When melting season comes around and the rain starts to fall, a malfunctioning sump pump could leave your basement underwater. Take necessary precautions to ensure yours is working perfectly by booking annual maintenance, and testing it yourself.
Testing your sump pump is done in 3 easy steps:
Want an extra line of defense? Talk to a Clean Line representative about adding a Flood Buzz water leak alarm beside your sump pump pit. It will alert you if your basement starts to flood.
Winnipeg’s extreme winters put a lot of stress on a home’s hot water tank. Before the cold snap hits each year, make a habit of looking for any leakage or corrosion on the pipes leading to your tank.
If you spot either of these, Clean Line can take care of it quickly to help you avoid those unwanted cold showers in the middle of January.
To avoid clogging and backups, make “mainline cleaning service” an alarm on your phone that repeats every year.
Winnipeg has many areas filled with century-old trees, and while beautiful, their roots can cause mainline issues as they continue to grow, often digging into, and wrapping around nearby house pipes. When this happens, you could end up with a messy situation.