Here’s How to Drain Your Home’s Plumbing System
There are several reasons you may need to drain your home’s plumbing system. You may have a vacation home that will be unoccupied during the winter months, and the water needs to be drained to prevent damage from frozen pipes. You may be undertaking a major plumbing, repair, or you need to drain the lines to fix water hammer or another issue.
- The first step is to locate the main water shut-off valve. This is usually located near the water meter.
- Next, go to the highest floor in the house and open the sink faucets.
- In the basement or lowest level of the home, open the laundry tub faucet.
- Return the the top floor of the house and turn on the shower and tub drains.
- Next, flush the toilets on every floor.
- All the faucets should be left open and the water should be drained now.
Need help with your home’s plumbing system? Call ABC Southwest Plumbing & Air Conditioning. From the kitchen sink to sewer lines, we can help with all your plumbing needs.
Neighbors Are Saying About ABC
“Great service call. Super attitude and just plain nice guy.”– Google Review
“I recently scheduled an air conditioning tune-up for a very reasonable price with ABC Southwest Plumbing & A/C. I also…”– Google Review
“ABC Plumbing were very nice and Jonathan cared about my feelings. I would recommend them to ALL my friends. I…”– Facebook Review
“ABC Plumbing & A/C is a company I would keep for all time. Had an emergency at night, and they…”– Facebook Review