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When to Have Your Pipes Inspected by Cincinnati's Best Plumbers April 12, 2016

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When to Have Your Pipes Inspected by Cincinnati's Best Plumbers, Wyoming, Ohio

Because the majority of your home’s plumbing is out of sight often means it’s out of mind, but pipes can decay, rust, and corrode over time. That’s why it’s important to hire an experienced plumber from A All Valley Plumbing & Sewer Service for an annual inspection. Serving the Cincinnati area, A All Valley Plumbing & Sewer Service offers comprehensive plumbing services and will examine your home’s pipes for warning signs of abnormal wear and tear.


There are many types of pipes in your home’s plumbing system, and those pipes can come in different materials such as brass, galvanized steel, copper, and various types of plastic. Some materials, such as steel, can last up to 100 years. Others, such as Polybutylene piping, are prone to breakage.

For this reason, it’s a good idea to have your plumbing looked at by a professional regularly. Ideally, scheduling annual maintenance will extend the life of your pipes and plumbing system. This includes having a plumber inspect the pipes in your basement, bathroom, kitchen, and sewer lines.

During the inspection, one of A All Valley Plumbing & Sewer Service’s plumbers will also check your major appliances to make sure they are working correctly and efficiently. In fact, you’ll likely need a new water heater before you need new pipes, and A All Valley Plumbing also offers water heater installation.

An annual inspection also allows a professional to inspect your water lines and sewer lines. Left unchecked, problems in these pipes can lead to costly repairs. A All Valley Plumbing & Sewer Service also offers sewer cleaning services and septic service for those who need them.

Whether your home is relatively new or old, it’s important to maintain its plumbing system to avoid the need for an emergency plumber and expensive repairs. The experts at A All Valley Plumbing & Sewer Service can help. Call (513) 733-3311 to get a free estimate over the phone, or learn more about their services online

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