As we continue to collectively combat COVID-19, it’s important that we adhere to social distancing protocols and stay indoors as much as possible.
It’s also important to make all the necessary arrangements to ensure that the lockdown period is comfortable and hassle-free.
Here are a few plumbing tips that will guarantee a comfortable home life:
Working faucets can’t be compromised on
The most effective way to combat COVID-19 is to wash your hands as frequently as you can, and to wash them for at least twenty seconds. This is why all the faucets in your home should be in working condition. You can’t come back from getting groceries and roam around the house with unwashed hands just because the downstairs faucet isn’t working.
At the same time, it’s also important to ensure that your faucets aren’t leaking. The world is already battling a lethal pandemic. We surely don’t want to make matters worse by wasting water too.
Keep things clean
This is where your garbage disposal comes in. The CDC recommends disinfecting and cleaning your house as much as you can. At this time, it’s important that there are no potential sources of microorganism contamination in your house.
As a preemptive measure, get your garbage disposal inspected for any necessary repairs. This will save you hassle and trouble later on. A functional garbage disposal will make sure there are no pollutants and allergens lingering around the house, protecting your family’s health while they stay at home
Invest in toilet maintenance
At a time when half of the world is confined to their houses, life can get really uncomfortable if even one of your toilets decides to act up. If a toilet starts overflowing or doesn’t flush, things can get really nasty and frustrating. This is because toilets are the most frequently used plumbing fixture in your house.
We recommend getting in touch with a plumbing service and getting the toilet repaired or replaced. You can also opt for an inspection to make sure the rest of the lockdown period goes smoothly. Your plumber will inspect the toilet for any blockages and stoppages.
If you’re based in Fort Worth, you’re in luck! This is because Pro Serve Plumbing is not just up and serving, but is also taking safety precautions that are in line with WHO and CDC recommendations.