It’s that time of year again: the beginning of another trip around the sun. January is indeed the month of new
beginnings, but for homeowners in Stuart and Port St. Lucie, it is also a great time to check for plumbing issues that could lead to a not-so-happy new year. At Cooke’s Plumbing & Septic Services, we would rather help our customers avoid major problems than help them clean up the messes they can cause. Here are some parts of your plumbing system you should inspect now in order to prevent potential issues.
Peek at the Pipes
Leaks can cause extensive damage to your home and belongings, resulting in lost time, energy, and money. The highly trained leak detection specialists at Cooke’s Plumbing can help you find any leaks and determine the best course of action that will prevent costly damages.
Sweep the Septic
Disclaimer: We don’t want you to actually sweep your septic system. We do, however, want to make sure that your septic filter is clean and clear so you don’t have to deal with a rather unpleasant situation.
Inspect the Drainfield
Ok. We have no alliteration for this one, but what we do have is a desire to help our customers by inspecting their drainfields and performing some basic maintenance. This can include adding maintainers that assist with bacterial activity and breaking down various substances, providing line jetting, and pumping out the system as needed.
Whether you’re concerned about pipes leaking in your new Tradition area home or worried about the state of your older home’s septic system, our professional team at Cooke’s Plumbing & Septic Services is here to help you maintain your plumbing system and keep your new year happy.