Top tips for home plumbing maintenance

Know where your main water shutoff valve is located. 


In case of a plumbing emergency, knowing how to turn off your water supply can prevent further damage to your home.

Check for leaks


Check for leaks regularly. Even a small leak can waste a lot of water and cause damage to your home over time.

Drain strainer


Installing a drain strainer in your sinks and showers can catch debris before it enters your pipes, preventing clogs and damage.

Not a bin!


Flushing anything other than human waste and toilet paper can cause clogs and damage to your plumbing system.

Install Water efficient fixtures


Low-flow toilets, shower heads, and faucets can help you conserve water and reduce your utility bills.

Don't pour grease down the drain


Grease can solidify in your pipes and cause clogs, so dispose of it in the trash instead.

Keep your drains clean. 


Regularly clean out debris and hair from your sink and shower drains to prevent clogs.