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Be on the Lookout for Leaks

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When Irvine movers transport personal property to a new home, we customarily go the extra mile to ensure everything has been properly delivered. And we don’t leave the premises before we’re completely satisfied. In order to accomplish this noble goal, we inspect every corner of the home, from top to bottom. Not a single stone is left unturned during this rigorous process. Rest assured, this dedicated Irvine moving company isn’t going anywhere until we’re confident everything is in its place and in good order.  
 
As with Irvine moving companies, people moving into a new house must be equally conscientious about the condition of their home. This means you’ll have to dawn your detective’s hat and do some major snooping and scanning to verify everything is in ship shape. 
 
Once the inspection wheels are in motion, you must be on the lookout for problems that might have escaped your notice during earlier visits. One of these problems is damage resulting from water leaks. Stains and splotches associated with leaks can remain hidden until that surprising moment you suddenly discover them – typically many months after move-in. 
 
If possible water damage is discovered, you can confirm your suspicions with the meter test. This is very easy to carry out. First, you take the readings of your water meter. Then curtail all water usage for about two hours. After the two-hour pause, check the meter again. If it reveals water usage, you know that H2O is escaping somewhere. Should this be the case, you’ll definitely want to address the problem – either by grabbing some tools and going to work or by calling upon a qualified repair service. 
 
If you have questions about inspecting your home for water leaks, be sure to reach out to Executive Moving Systems. A leading Fullerton moving company, we provide prompt, dependable service no matter how big the job. When you need reliable Orange County movers, you can count on Executive Moving Systems to get it there safe and sound.