Since it’s such a big decision, you want to do everything to ensure your new home is worth the investment. While many shoppers may be most concerned by such things as the foundation, roof, and flooring, there’s an element to a home inspection that doesn’t always get the recognition it deserves: water pressure and flow. In this blog, we’ll explain the importance of inspecting water pressure and flow and why it affects more than just your morning showers.
Knowing and keeping up to date on the intricacies of water heaters is an important skillset for licensed home inspectors. However, you don’t have to be an expert in home inspection to know when your water heater is on the fritz. A cold shower in the morning will be the only wake-up call you’ll need to realize you’re experiencing water heater problems. But before you call an electric or gas company technician, there are steps you can take to ensure the problem has a simple solution.