Your home's plumbing should be in pretty good shape before you put your home up for sale. The plumbing is one thing the home inspector checks, so any problems will be discovered anyway. By finding problems and repairing them, your home may be more attractive to buyers. Here are some plumbing services you might want to consider.

Check For Drips And Repair Them

You may want your plumber to check every faucet and drain to make sure there are no leaks you're not aware of. A drip under the sink could turn buyers off because it makes your home look neglected. The plumber can check your toilets, tubs, and sinks for minor problems that you're used to, but that could be noticed by buyers touring your home.

Buyers may test flush your toilets and turn on your faucets to check for water pressure. A toilet that has a weak flush could be a red flag for buyers.

Update Fixtures For A Modern Look

Having a plumber install new faucets could give your kitchen and bath a more modern look. Plus, a modern gooseneck faucet with a pull-down sprayer looks more appealing than a cheap chrome faucet. Just by changing your faucets, you can give your home an upgrade at an affordable cost.

If you have more money to spend, you may want the plumber to put in a new toilet or vanity. Bathrooms can look outdated if the toilet and sink are a color that went out of style years ago. However, an upgrade could look out of place if the tile and tub are dated and not replaced too.

Check The Water Heater

A plumber can tell by reading the label on a water heater how old it is. If your water heater is at the end of its expected life, you might want to put in a new one if you have room for it in your budget.

A new water heater is more appealing than an old one the buyer will have to replace soon. If you want to keep your old one, you may want your plumber to check it and flush the sediment out so it's in as good of shape as possible for the inspection.

You may want to get advice from your real estate agent about what plumbing services are a good investment when you're ready to sell your home. Then get estimates for the cost so you can choose the plumbing services that fit your budget and make the biggest difference to buyers looking at your home. 

For more information, contact a local company like Continental Plumbers LLC.