Carbonetheplumber.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/ResolutionsImage-01-300×225.jpg” alt=”” width=”300″ height=”225″>According to a study done at the University of Scranton, of the 45% of people who make New Year’s resolution, only 8% successfully achieve their goals. While this number is quite low, we’re encouraging all of our customers (new and old) to at least consider our New Year’s resolutions. This year we hope you consider the following resolutions:
1. Be nicer to your garbage disposal.
This year, try to make a more conscious effort about what you’re throwing down your disposal. Carbonetheplumber.com/blog/things-you-should-not-put-down-garbage-disposal/” rel=”noopener”>Here’s a great reference to see what you should and shouldn’t put down your disposal.
2. Give your water heater a little T.L.C.
Just like the oil in your car, Carbonetheplumber.com/blog/water-heater-maintenance/” rel=”noopener”>your water heater needs regular maintenance as well. Our technicians will ensure your system is running properly by flushing the system making sure to get rid of any buildup or sediment.
3. Save Water.
If you’re in the market for a new toilet, consider installing low-flush toilets. This will save you water and money on your next water bill.
4. Keep your pipes warm.
Winter temperatures can affect your pipes. Make sure they’re properly insulated to avoid pipes bursting in your home. Carbonetheplumber.com/plumbing/dont-let-cold-weather-cause-plumbing-disasters/”>Follow these important tips to winterize your plumbing!
5. Get your home’s plumbing system inspected.
When we’re in your home, you’re entitled to a free home plumbing inspection. While some people decline this service, we encourage you to allow our technician to make sure everything is in good working order. You never know when that hidden leak could start costing you a lot of money!
6. Fix plumbing issues sooner rather than later.
Keep your eyes and ears open for leaks, drips, noisy water heaters, running toilets etc.
This year, we hope that you’ll make your first resolution to get a hold of us as soon as you think you have an issue with your plumbing.
Waiting until it’s too late to fix a plumbing problem can be a costly headache. Since we’re here for you 365 days out of the year and don’t charge extra for service on weekends and holidays, give us a call at any time!