5 Ways Your Local Plumber Will Increase Your Property’s Value

5 Ways Your Local Plumber Will Increase Your Property’s Value

Whether you’re planning on selling your property at its highest value now, or are simply looking to be a savvy property owner who maintains value over time, your plumber may be a greater part of the moneymaking formula than you realize.

Your friendly professionals at Moon Valley Plumbing know that from inspections and regular maintenance, to replacements and upgrades, there are simple services your plumber can provide that will make your property catch the careful eye of any potential buyer. Interested in learning how your plumber can get you more money in your pocket? Check out these 5 tips below!

5 Ways Your Plumber Can Raise Your Property’s Resale Value

A 260% average return on investment is at hand by simply updating your property’s plumbing and electrical. To make sure you make the most from your sale, maintain your plumbing and fixtures as well as utilize these inexpensive, yet effective steps.

1. Inspect: your property may have plumbing issues you may not be aware of. An inspection given by a professional plumber will scope out any hidden problems, ensuring that potential buyers will not spot any issues, and that your plumbing will not cause any serious damage down the road. Here at Moon Valley, we take our time to inspect your home carefully, yet efficiently, at guaranteed low prices.


2. Go green: becoming a part of the green movement will not only help protect the environment, but will also save you money, as well as attract potential buyers looking to save energy, water and money as well. Having your plumber install low flow shower heads and faucets and energy-efficient toilets in your bathrooms is a simple step in the green direction! 


3. Upgrade: an easy and inexpensive upgrade is to replace basic fixtures with higher-end finished fixtures like nickel, copper and brass. You can also consider more luxurious upgrades that don’t hit the wallet too hard, but do stand as an enticing addition for your potential buyers. Multi-sprayer showerheads and large bathtubs with jets are examples of bathroom luxuries that can add value to your home.


4. Follow up: when it comes to your plumbing, time doesn’t heal all! The longer you wait to contact your plumber, the worse the issue will become. As soon as you discover a plumbing problem, call Moon Valley Plumbing to ensure a speedy and quality repair. Our 24-Hour Emergency Service can come in handy!


5. Ask questions: the professionals at Moon Valley Plumbing are eager to help, so never hesitate to contact your friendly neighborhood plumbers with any questions or concerns! We would love to help make your property as valuable as it can be, and have the skills and knowledge necessary to offer the value you and your property deserve.


Interested in having your property’s plumbing inspected? Moon Valley Plumbing is offering a FREE plumbing inspection that’s just a click away! This initial inspection is a great way for our professionals to help you determine how best to raise your resale value. Let’s get you the value you deserve!












Ashley Rosselli is a professional blogger for Moon Valley Plumbing, the honest and affordable Arizona plumbing company serving families and commercial clients across the Phoenix Valley, with sewerdrain and water heaterservices; because everyone needs a good plumber. Read more on their blog or follow them on Facebook.

Twas the Night Before Christmas, the Plumber’s Version

Twas the night before Christmas,
when all through the house
A stench was stirring, that could have killed a mouse.
The trash had been dumped by the garage with care,
Everything looked tidy, a smell shouldn’t be there.

The children’s socks were clean and they were in
their beds, but that unpleasant smell
still swirled above their heads.
Mamma was in the fridge and I was washing the pup,
trying to finding the source of that smell was
keeping us up!

When in the kitchen there arose such a clatter,
I sprang from washing the dog to see what was the matter.
Away to the kitchen I flew like a flash,
Thinking mama had found something new in the trash.

The kitchen was dark, my wet hands dripped on the floor,
Mamma was standing close to the refrigerator door.
When then, to my wondering eyes she pointed below,
But only to the sink and into the garbage disposal.

When I saw the culprit, I knew right away,
We needed to call a plumber today.
But who could we call on Christmas Eve?
I didn’t know what by tomorrow we could achieve.

Mamma’s eyes were full of tears,
This was coming true, her deepest fears.
“But Aunt May and Grace and Rosie are coming too”
“Everything must be perfect or what will we do?”

I dashed away and sprang to the phone,
I couldn’t bare my wife’s tears or her tone.
There has to be someone who
Can help us out of this mess.
I cleared my head and my worry I tried to suppress.

When out of my window I saw a white van,
Perhaps this was someone who could help my small clan.
The driver was waving and smiling and humming,
And painted on his van it said Moon Valley Plumbing.

I set the phone down, who could this be
Somebody working on Christmas Eve?
The man in the van asked if he could help
Mamma screamed and the wet dog gave a yelp.

The plumber didn’t looked dismayed by the clatter
He just simply asked “what is the matter?”
“Our kitchen sink is a wreck” I explained,
I reached for his hand and asked him his name.

He said my name’s Travis and rest assured
We are bonded, licensed and insured
I can get the sink fixed in a flash and
With that, to the kitchen he sprinted in a dash.

A second later he reappeared,
With a grin that stretched from ear to ear.
It’s all fixed he explained and handed me his card,
And the next thing he said caught me off guard.

He took a deep breath and said, it smells lovely in here
Mamma smiled and now cried just one happy tear.
Our Christmas was saved by the crafty plumber,
My heart felt warm like noon time in summer.

We stood by the window and waved a good-bye
The plumber jumped into his rig and started to drive
But through the window as he drove out of sight
I heard “Happy Christmas to all, and to all a good-night!”