G.M. Plumbing Corporation Reveals What Plumbing Issues Buyers Look For Before Purchasing A Home

CEO of Long Beach plumbing company says if plumbing problems aren't addressed early on, it can result in a costly repair upon preparing for a house inspection.

When a home is put on the market, sellers can expect a multitude of processes including a detailed home inspection. This means fixing any leaky pipes, faulty faucets, and any other plumbing issues. In the G.M. Plumbing Corporation’s many years of experience, they’ve seen many common plumbing problems that had to be fixed in order to sell the home. The Long Beach plumbing company wants homeowners to be mindful of these repairs early, so they don’t come back to bite them later on.

“There are a few plumbing systems that get checked by prospective buyers every time they look at a home,” said CEO of G.M. Plumbing Corporation, Philip Graham. “Buyers want to make sure toilets run well, appliances are up to date, and that water pressure is good,” continued Graham.

One of the first things a homeowner should do before putting their home on the market is make sure piping, and other plumbing appliances are aesthetically pleasing. If anything has chips or scratches, those should be fixed. Homeowners should also be sure to have the temperature on the water heater slightly high, because people interested in the home will want to make sure the water turns hot quickly, and stays that way. Toilets are also an important appliance to check. Buyers will want to know that not too much water is used when it’s flushed, and that it’s powerful enough to clean whatever is left on the bowl. Obviously, any leaks or other major plumbing issues should be addressed before selling the property.

“Before having an inspection, it never hurts to have a licensed plumber walk through the home and address any problems,” advised CEO of G.M. Plumbing Corporation, Philip Graham. “Just be sure to stay on top of these repairs throughout the time living in the home, so they don’t all build up to a costly plumbing bill after the inspection,” finished Graham.

G.M. Plumbing Corporation is a 24/7, full-service plumbing company. The company has been established for over a decade and continues to serve the people of Long Beach, California. Any comments, concerns or questions can be directed to (562) 417-3215 or visit their website at http://www.gmpc247.com/.
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Contact Info:
Name: Philip Graham
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Organization: G.M. Plumbing Corporation
Address: 7243 E Stearns St Long Beach, CA 90815
Phone: (562) 417-3215
Website: http://www.gmpc247.com/

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