It was the perfect house to offer as a short term rental. In fact, when you decided to move into a bigger house to have room for the kids the only work that you needed to have done to get the smaller house ready was a couple of plumbing installations. With only one water heater on the small property, you feared that the guest would run themselves out of hot water when they were working in the kitchen.
The hot water that did come into the house was very hot so you contracted with a local professional for two different plumbing installations. One was a separate hot water spigot at the kitchen sink, the other was a hot water governor for the shower. With just a few seconds of extra water from the sink spigot any renter would have plenty of hot water for the dishes, but they would have to work pretty hard to deplete the hot water tank. In the shower, an adult, or anyone who was at least five feet tall could set the thermostat for warmer water, but younger children would be safe from accidentally getting to hot of water while the showered or bathed.
Six months ago you never dreamed that you would have two homes and that you would be renting one of them out for short periods of time, but when you realized the local market keeping both houses made perfect sense. The same market that allowed you to buy a much larger home for not very much money was the same market that would have kept you from getting the sale price that you wanted on the smaller house. You and your husband have always loved fixing up spaces, so your smaller home was in immaculate condition. In fact, because you had finished every possible remodeling goal you were ready for a larger home with new projects to tackle. The looks like new smaller property was getting rave reviews on the national rental website and you were earning a little cash to fund the projects in your new space.
Plumbing Solutions Are Easier to Achieve with a Certified Master Plumber
Have you ever seen those neighborhood website posts where someone is asking for a handy man to come tackle a plumbing or electrical problem? People who are looking for a cheap and easy fix for a problem in their home often end up with bigger problems than they started with. Without the knowledge of a licensed plumber, for instance, home owners can find themselves with new and dangerous issues in a home. When property owners contract with a licensed professional, however, they can rest assured that the work will be reliable and that the results will last.
Professional plumbing services and plumbing installations are worth there cost, even if you think that you are pretty good at making your own renovations. In fact, when it comes to plumbing and electrical work, it is always in your best interest to pay for the most qualified help available.
Unfortunately, as many as 10% of homes have leaks that waste 90 gallons of water or more every day. With the help of a licensed plumber, these inefficient problems can be fixed and your home will not only be more efficient, but it will also be more safe. Fixing easily corrected household water leaks can save homeowners about 10% on their water bills, but it can also eliminate the risk of mold and mildew in any space.
If you are getting ready to make improvements to a new or older home it is always in your best interest to work with professionals when it comes to the electrical wiring and plumbing installations.
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