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Plumbing Inspection

Plumbing Inspection  Services in Bloomington, IN

Scheduling a Bloomington plumbing inspection is an important and simple way to ensure that your pipes are doing their job. At Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling, our professional plumbers can look for signs that your pipes may need repairs or replacing. Identifying these problems early on is the best way to safeguard against water damage or leaks.

When pipes burst, leak, or otherwise fail, the result can be more than a plumbing issue. You could face flooding and substantial water damage. Call us today to learn more about what our plumbers will check for during a plumbing inspection and how that inspection can save you from later costs and home damage.

Why You Should Get a Plumbing Inspection

Plumbing inspection services are an essential way to check pipe problems before they become more significant issues. You can save time and money through early detection. A professional can identify warning signs that you might overlook.

You may have already noticed some signs that your plumbing needs attention. If you see any of the following, it is worth your time to contact Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling:

  • Showers, tubs, or sinks that take a long time to drain
  • Foul odors coming from drains, faucets, or toilets
  • Water pooling in the basins
  • Noisy pipes in the walls
  • Strange sounds coming from the toilet
  • Lack of hot water

Our plumbers can help you identify the cause of any of these issues and fix the problem before it gets worse.

What Our Plumbers Will Check

During a plumbing inspection, we will check every vital component of your plumbing system. Our professionals will check for leaks, clogs, corrosion, and troubles with drainage.

Sewage and Drainage Checks

A Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling plumber can check outside of your home to look for backups in the sewer pipes. Sometimes, these issues lead to wet spots on your lawn. We can identify the source of a backup and get your water to drain correctly.

When the water cannot drain, it may begin to flow backward. When this happens, the water can flood your home. In fact, blockages may also lead to damaged plumbing and cause the need for new pipes. Fortunately, if you take preventative actions to avoid plumbing damage, you might be able to catch blockage before it leads to the worst-case scenarios.

Leaks and Water Damage

During an inspection, our plumbers will search for water damage indications in places where leaks commonly occur. Evidence like wood rot can suggest that your sinks or appliances are leaking. Stains on your walls and ceiling panels are other potential indications that there is a leak in your home.

Corrosion in Pipes

Over time, your pipes may corrode. We will search for evidence of corrosion, which could cause risks of future leaks.

Water Pressure Checks

If your water pressure is particularly low, it could indicate that something is wrong with your plumbing. We will check your pressure and then search for signs that sediment is building up in your pipes. If your water pressure is too high, you may experience issues with your appliances. We will ensure that we properly calibrate your water pressure to optimize efficiency.

Checking Your Water Heater

Your water heater can create problems if it begins to corrode. Sediment can accumulate in the tank, and the pressure can lead to an explosion. When this happens, the damage will likely be significant, and you will have to replace the water heater, while also needing to rebuild surrounding structures. Identifying these issues and fixing them before they get worse will save you time and lots of money.

How Often Do I Need to Check My Plumbing?

If you notice something wrong with your plumbing, it’s a good idea to have a plumber out to investigate the issue before it becomes a problem, even if you regularly schedule inspections.  In most cases, homeowners should have a professional inspection about every two years. If you are overdue for that inspection, call Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling to schedule an inspection.

If you live in an older home, you may want to schedule more frequent plumbing inspection services. Homes built prior to the 1960s often have steel pipes that will begin to deteriorate over time.  Other problems that may impact your plumbing include large trees whose root systems may push up against your pipes or even break through them. It is also wise to check the plumbing when you purchase a new house to identify any potential issues upfront.

Plumbing Inspection Near Me

Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling has professional plumbers ready to perform routine upkeep or emergency plumbing services at your home when you need us the most. We understand that when something goes wrong with your plumbing, waiting is not an option.

It’s important to have an insured professional who can take care of your plumbing needs. We are committed to customer service while getting your plumbing work completed at reasonable costs. Call Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling today to schedule your plumbing inspection in Bloomington.


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