Plumbing problems can cause significant damage to your property, especially when they cause water damage.
At Plomberie Chauffage Normand, we are convinced that prevention is better than cure! That’s why we’re bringing you some great tips for avoiding plumbing problems in this blog post. Good reading! Entrust the inspection of your piping to professionals By regularly inspecting your piping, you can quickly spot the first signs of wear. So you will be able to replace obsolete parts BEFORE they cause costly damage to your home! So have a qualified plumber check that all your hoses - including those to your washer and dishwasher - are in good condition. Ideally, an inspection should be done by an expert every year. Have your plumbing serviced before winter arrives Regular maintenance of your plumbing system is essential to prevent problems. At Plomberie Chauffage Normand, we encourage our customers to change worn or damaged items as quickly as possible, that is, before the onset of the cold season. Indeed, this one carries risks for your piping - just think about the freezing of the pipes! You must therefore be able to count on plumbing in perfect condition to avoid unpleasant surprises in the middle of winter! Trust us for the maintenance and repair of your plumbing system! At Plomberie Chauffage Normand, we offer you an excellent inspection service for drains and sewers by camera. In addition, we have all the qualifications required to install, repair, unclog, clean and drain your plumbing. Our team of professionals is also trained to thaw drains, aqueducts and water and sewer pipes. So, summer and winter, you can call on us for all your plumbing work! Plomberie Chauffage Normand: at your service at all times! Do you need a plumber in Montreal? Whether it is to repair a water leak, install a faucet, replace a water heater, unclog a toilet or install a drainage piping system, we are available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. mobile units are on the move to respond to all your emergencies. Contact us without delay!