Easy Plumbing Tips to Get Your Home Ready for Summer on Long Island

After a cold winter and a cool spring on Long Island, NY, opening a home can seem like tough work, but it doesn’t have to be. When preparing to open for summer, one set of tasks that should certainly not go unnoticed is the plumbing. Opening up without tending to your plumbing is a recipe for disaster, so we recommend this simple checklist to help you tackle your plumbing de-winterization. Follow these steps, and you’ll be ready to kick off another summer without any plumbing problems interrupting your fun. Keep reading this blog post from Hardy Plumbing & Heating for tips to get your home’s plumbing ready for summer this year on Long Island.

Top Things to Do to Get Your Long Island Home Ready for Summer

  • Check for Any Leaks:

Be sure to search for leaks around your home. While big leaks may be easy to spot, don’t forget to keep an eye out for small ones as well. The additional water waste can really add up on your family’s monthly water bill, and the leaks can cause damage to your home’s kitchen and bathroom installations. If you find any leaks, be sure to give Hardy Plumbing & Heating a call.

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  • Flush the Water Heater:

Your water heater can build up sediment internally which can cause corrosion and impede its water heating capability. A plumber can drain and flush your water heater, cleaning out all the sediment and vastly improving your water heater’s efficiency.

  • Clean and Treat Pipes:

You don’t want to deal with clogs backing up your drains, so the best thing to do when opening your home is to treat all your drains and pipes with a drain cleaner that will remove any clogs that may be there.

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Schedule a Plumbing System Check with Hardy Plumbing

Getting your plumbing checked regularly is an easy yet crucial part of its overall maintenance. When you have a certified plumber from Hardy do a full system check on your plumbing, you can prevent any major issues like serious repairs or damage and confirm that your plumbing is ready for the season. We recommend having a licensed plumber thoroughly inspect your plumbing once a year, and spring is the perfect season to get it done. When you’re ready to have your plumbing checked for de-winterization purposes, we’re only a phone call away. Get in touch with us to request service!