Although it is certainly best to be sure your home’s plumbing is shored up during the late summer or fall when you may be less uncomfortable when managing pipes or water in more temperate weather. Since you shouldn’t have to do much more than give your pipe system an overall look to check for any noticeable leaks or damage, it shouldn’t be too bad if you haven’t done your yearly inspection yet by Charlotte Plumbing Companies.
Some elements are highly important to inspect before sub-zero temperatures set in for the winter.
The one dire accident in your home that scares any homeowner who understands the extent of damage, and replacement cost associated with this issue.
Make sure heat tape is secure. If your pipes have heat tape, always make sure they are still connected, undamaged, and are not tangled or twisted. The loss of the warmth from your heat tape can definitely cause frozen and even burst pipes.
Check for wear and tear on insulation tubing. Do not be afraid to go ahead and replace it if it suffers from any significant holes or splitting. In general, you should definitely replace them at least every 3 to five years to make sure your tubing retains some elasticity and are not dried and cracked from aging.