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Plumbing, Electrical, HVAC

Investigating Leaks, Odors, Noises, Electrical and Other Problems

The Importance of Plumbing Inspection

The objectives of the plumbing inspection are:

  1. Detection of damages at an early stage to prevent major damages in pipelines and the plumbing system.

  • Prevention of an increase in the water consumption bill due to pipe leakages.

  • Elimination of the hassle of delayed work due to any clogs and leaks.

  • Solving issues at an early stage to prevent any bigger and costly damages from occurring.

Getting a professional plumbing inspection done saves you from the hassle of dealing with annoying slow draining sinks, pipe leakages, and weather-related issues, such as insulation of pipes against winter freezes. 

Since plumbing issues are considered to be the hardest to fix, it is important to get them checked professionally and frequently, especially before buying or moving into a new house. Getting the drainage system checked timely would save you from the additional costs of repairs. Getting a plumbing inspection as part of your regular maintenance regimen would prevent you from having to spend on major expensive plumbing repairs.

What about Electrical?

With an electrical inspection, you can help prevent serious and potentially dangerous damage to your business. ... Finally, an electrical inspection will also provide you with the peace of mind that comes from knowing that your electrical system is in safe working condition for all of your  commercial property needs.

How Often Are HVAC Inspections Needed?

Ideally, your HVAC should be inspected before the start of each heating and cooling season, and in special situations, such as when you’re buying a commercial building and having the property inspected. A thorough HVAC inspection, along with seasonal preventive maintenance that includes cleaning and tuning up the equipment, is important for your peace of mind about:

Energy efficiency. Regularly inspected, tuned-up equipment can run at maximum efficiency, so you won’t experience the energy waste and higher-than-necessary utility bills that often occur when maintenance is neglected.

Breakdowns and failures. Inspections give an HVAC technician a chance to identify developing issues while they’re still minor, so you can get problems fixed before they cause a breakdown that needs an extensive repair, or worse, a component failure that requires a premature replacement.

Equipment lifespan. Just like any other kind of mechanical equipment, your HVAC components will last longer if they’re inspected regularly and receive timely preventive maintenance and care.

Safe operation. Routine inspections not only help you avoid costly repairs and early equipment failures, they also ensure that your furnace or air conditioner stays operating safely. For instance, an inspection may reveal a cracked heat exchanger or vent system blockage that sends deadly carbon monoxide into your air supply, or a wiring short circuit that poses a risk of fire.

System condition and functionality. It’s usual to have a commercial building-wide inspection completed when buying a property, but an HVAC-specific inspection is important too. A pre-purchase HVAC inspection provides invaluable information like the approximate age and efficiency level of a buildings comfort equipment, whether it’s been well maintained, if it needs any repairs, and its expected remaining lifespan.

To schedule an expert HVAC inspection in the area, contact us at Carolina Sweepers and Property maintaining.

Our goal is to help educate our customers in Raleigh, Durham and all of North Carolina and South Carolina about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems).


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