"Roar Into March" Which Plumbing Problems Cost the Lion's Share of Homeowner Expenses?

Remember the old saying "March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb?" With the change of seasons often comes a whole new set of challenges from your plumbing. Some problems are minor, inexpensive fixes, while others can really get costly to repair. So what problems cost the lion's share of homeowner expenses? It might not be what you think.

The most expensive plumbing leaks aren't always the big, obvious ones. A smaller, slower leak can sometimes cost more in the long run because it takes longer for a homeowner to discover it and get it fixed. A leak repair is an expense, but until you get it repaired it’s also increasing your water bill. Those gallons can really add up.

Toilets can be another major expense for homeowners. If your toilet keeps running all the time, it might take a while for you to notice. It might not seem like an urgent issue since there’s not water spraying all over your floor. However, all those gallons of water running through your toilet tank and sewer can lead to a really big bill. The faster you call someone to repair your toilet, the cheaper it will be.

When people think about the cost of plumbing problems, they usually focus on the cost to call in a plumber. But often, the bigger expense is the cost of not calling someone to get a leak fixed. All that wasted water is still spinning your meter.

Don't let your money go down the drain. If you’ve got a leak or a toilet that won’t stop running, call us for a free, honest quote, no "lion." We'll get it fixed fast and save you cash.