Contrary to popular belief, plumbers don't magically appear only in the event of an emergency. Crazy, right? The talented team at Maxey Plumbing Wellington have a broad range of special skills, all of which will help your home stay healthy, clean and cozy; well-plumbed and futureproof.
With that being said, let's take a moment to talk about the other possibilities (rather than just the emergencies) in which plumbers shine and 'save the day' in your home...
Moving in or our of your home
I'm sure we're all well-versed on the cosmetic matters of moving. Freshening up our paintwork and fence stain, changing carpets and polishing faucets are all tasks that any kiwi who's moved in or out of a second-hand home would have partaken in at some stage of his or her life.
Such jobs are superficial and relatively anyone can do them, but beneath your floors and within your walls lies a world of plumbing that certainly requires just as much (if not more) tlc than the rest of your home.
So, if you are moving in to a new home, or aiming to sell an older one, we would 100% recommend giving our plumbing team a call for a plumbing inspection. Invest in our team's experience and talents, and reap the reward of either a problem-free smooth sale of your home, or an enjoyable life with working drains in the new home!
Remember, it's best to have us inspect the home your selling for preemptive problem solving, because the last thing you want is a potential buyer's inspector giving you a shock of bad news when they find something up with your drains before you do!
Some of the things that are covered in a plumbing inspection includes checking undetected leaks, dripping faucets, leaking toilets, clogged and blocked drains, and other exterior plumbing issues. We'll then write up a report with our findings, which will give you a good basis for the sale of your home.
Keep an eye out for part 2 of this blog, coming to you soon! In our next blog, we'll take a look at future-proofing your home, and the benefits of booking a plumber during the quiet season.