President and co-owner, Budget Rooter Plumbing & Drain Cleaning
Jeff Palady, RMP is the President and co-owner of Budget Rooter Plumbing & Drain Cleaning. This family owned plumbing company has been serving their customers for more than 25 years, and makes customer service and quality of work their priority.
When Mother Nature strikes, there’s not much we can do to stop it. This is why so many contracts include shrewd disclaimer wording like “force majeure” and “acts of God” to excuse the parties from being responsible for damage from natural disasters. Obviously, your plumbing may be affected if your home takes a direct hit from a tornado or an earthquake, but natural disasters can also inflict damage to your plumbing in subtler ways, too—even if your home wasn’t in the direct path of damage. Let’s discuss some things to watch out for, and what you can do to protect your interests.
If a natural disaster strikes your community or somewhere nearby, what are some ways your plumbing system could be affected? A few examples might include:
If your community suffers a damage-inducing act of nature, even if your home appears untouched, you should take the following steps to minimize the risk to your home and family:
We may not be able to prevent natural disasters (yet), but we can often minimize the effects it has on our lives. Being prepared and responding quickly to a natural disaster could save you thousands of dollars in costly repairs down the road.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]