Plumbers do so much more than replace pipes or help you fix your leaky faucets. They are a vital source to helping us keep our communities, homes, and environment healthy. They help ensure that contaminated water doesn’t end up somewhere it isn’t supposed to and keep our homes running efficiently. Our plumbers at Jack Ward & Sons are available during holidays, weekends, or even in the middle of the night to help during an emergency. This short guide is here to help you understand why plumbing is so important to our community, and we hope that you’ll find a new appreciation for the work that we do!
Protecting Your Home
Plumbing problems can cause significant damage to your home if they are not taken care of properly. A simple leaky pipe could cause water damage to your floors, ceiling, and drywall, often racking up a costly repair. Water leaks can also cause permanent damage to your home, sometimes rotting the wood inside your infrastructure and threatening the structural integrity of your home. Aside from costly damage to your home, water can bring mold and mildew into your home, causing health issues for you and your family. Problems like this are why it’s crucial to have a plumber look at any leaky faucets, leaks, or other plumbing issues you’ve noticed in your home, no matter how small they seem. Jack Ward offers leak detection, leak repair, and line repair services to ensure that your plumbing problems are taken care of quickly and at an affordable price.
Protecting the Environment
Once water becomes contaminated it is very important to make sure that it is drained into the sewer. Plumbers make sure that plumbing systems are properly installed and working correctly, which protects the environment from harmful waste. This process helps ensure that our lakes, oceans, groundwater, and drinking water is clean for us and other creatures to use. Additionally, plumbers are responsible for innovations that have dramatically reduced the amount of water we’re wasting daily through our toilets, showerheads, and faucets. These new innovations have also helped us use our water more efficiently during droughts or shortages and have helped us save money. If you’re interested in learning more about how the plumbing in your home can be more efficient, visit the New Construction Plumbing and Remodel Plumbing page on our website or give us a call.
Protecting Public Health and Safety
Modern plumbing is essential to our health safety. Clean tap water is essential for daily tasks such as washing our hands, taking showers and cooking. Plumbers work to maintain pipes to ensure that any contaminated water does not end up in our drinking water, homes, or public parks. They also often work with natural gas lines connected to furnaces and water heaters to ensure that these devices are not leaking toxic or explosive natural gasses into your home. The bottom line is that plumbers make sure that your home and community are safe for you. If you have concerns about the plumbing in your home, give Jack Ward & Sons a call, and we’re happy to check it out for you.
Contact Jack Ward & Sons To Make Sure You Have Safe and Efficient Plumbing in Your Home
Your local plumbers at Jack Ward & Sons are equipped to find and fix any plumbing problem quickly. We even offer 24/7 emergency services so you are never left to deal with a plumbing problem alone. Contact us today to have your kitchen plumbing serviced, or schedule a free consultation for a kitchen remodel with us!