Plumbing

 

Water is your homes enemy # 1.

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Look around and under appliances and fixtures for leaks or signs of wear.
Make sure that shutoff valves at all fixtures and the main water line are working, and check them annually.
Insulate or relocate all exposed water pipes to protect them from freezing and bursting. Think about replacing your outdoor water faucets with frost-proof sillcocks.
Consider installing an automatic water shutoff system.
Replace washing machine water hoses every three to five years as part of a proactive maintenance plan.
Check icemaker and dishwasher lines for kinks or leaky connections.
Check your water heater. Most water heaters last eight to 12 years. Wet spots on the floor or a rusted tank may signal a problem.
Water heaters should be installed on the lowest level of the home and always be located next to a floor drain.

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