Little-Known Facts About Plumbing
The plumbing system in your home is made up of two systems as Got2Learn explains in their video, “How Your Home Plumbing Works (From Start to Finish) | GOT2LEARN.” One system is responsible for bringing in fresh water and taking wasted water from your home. Water connected to the interior of your house is usually pressurized and this allows it to reach the upstairs part of your home and around other areas where water is needed. Water that comes into your house is directed to pass through a meter that records the amount of water usage in your home. A stop valve in the main water shut-off is advised to be closed promptly the moment there is a plumbing emergency in your home.
The drainage system in your home doesn’t differ whether they are a sewer or septic drainage system. Unlike supply systems, drainage systems are not dependent on pressure. Drainage pipes allow waste to leave your home because they are placed in a deliberate pitch that is angled toward a sewer or septic tank. The waste continues its downward travel with the help of gravity and goes into a septic tank or facility meant for sewage treatment.
Having a problem with the plumbing of your home typically means that you have to call in a plumber to check it out and help you fix it. It’s important to check the local plumbing code set in your area before ensuing a plumbing repair job or changing the plumbing pipes in your home.