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Plumbing Leak Detection Repair

Identify Plumbing Leaks Early to Protect Your Home

If you suspect a plumbing leak in your home, it's crucial to address it promptly to avoid water damage and potential mold growth.

Here are some common signs that indicate you may have a plumbing leak:

  • Unexplained increase in water bills: If your water bills have suddenly spiked without any changes in water usage, it could be a sign of an undetected leak.
  • Visible water stains or discoloration: Keep an eye out for water stains or discoloration on walls, ceilings, or floors, as they often indicate water leaking from pipes or fixtures.
  • Musty or moldy odors: Persistent musty or moldy smells, especially in areas near plumbing fixtures, can be a sign of hidden water leaks and subsequent mold growth.
  • Sounds of running water when no fixtures are in use: If you hear the sound of running water even when no faucets or toilets are turned on, it could indicate a hidden plumbing leak.
  • Damp or wet spots: Noticeable dampness or wet patches on floors, walls, or carpets can signify an active plumbing leak.
  • Reduced water pressure: A sudden decrease in water pressure in one or multiple fixtures can be an indication of a leak in the plumbing system.
  • Mold or mildew growth: Excessive mold or mildew growth in areas such as bathrooms or basements may suggest an underlying plumbing leak.
  • Foundation cracks or shifting: In severe cases, plumbing leaks can lead to foundation problems, causing cracks, sinking, or shifting.
  • Warped or buckled flooring: Water leaks can cause wood or laminate flooring to warp, buckle, or become discolored.

If you notice any of these signs, it's essential to contact a professional plumber to conduct a thorough inspection and provide appropriate leak detection and repair services. Ignoring or delaying repairs can lead to further damage and increased repair costs. Once we detect a leak, we will recommend a repair option based on the size of the leak and the location of the leak. 


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How To Detect A Leak

If your home has a water leak, it's important to find and fix it as soon as possible. Leaks can cause a lot of damage if they are not repaired quickly. To find a leak in your plumbing system, you can use a number of different methods.

Some of the methods we can use to detect a leak include:

  • Water meter testing
  • Infrared detection
  • Water pressure testing
  • Hydrostatic pressure testing
  • Video camera inspection

The method we use to detect a leak depends on the location of the leak and the type of plumbing system you have. We can use any of these methods to detect a leak in your water heater, piping, or any other plumbing system in your home.

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Signs You Have A Plumbing Leak

If you suspect a plumbing leak in your home, it's crucial to address it promptly to avoid water damage and potential mold growth.

Here are some common signs that indicate you may have a plumbing leak:

  • Unexplained increase in water bills: If your water bills have suddenly spiked without any changes in water usage, it could be a sign of an undetected leak.
  • Visible water stains or discoloration: Keep an eye out for water stains or discoloration on walls, ceilings, or floors, as they often indicate water leaking from pipes or fixtures.
  • Musty or moldy odors: Persistent musty or moldy smells, especially in areas near plumbing fixtures, can be a sign of hidden water leaks and subsequent mold growth.
  • Sounds of running water when no fixtures are in use: If you hear the sound of running water even when no faucets or toilets are turned on, it could indicate a hidden plumbing leak.
  • Damp or wet spots: Noticeable dampness or wet patches on floors, walls, or carpets can signify an active plumbing leak.
  • Reduced water pressure: A sudden decrease in water pressure in one or multiple fixtures can be an indication of a leak in the plumbing system.
  • Mold or mildew growth: Excessive mold or mildew growth in areas such as bathrooms or basements may suggest an underlying plumbing leak.
  • Foundation cracks or shifting: In severe cases, plumbing leaks can lead to foundation problems, causing cracks, sinking, or shifting.
  • Warped or buckled flooring: Water leaks can cause wood or laminate flooring to warp, buckle, or become discolored.

If you notice any of these signs, it's essential to contact a professional plumber to conduct a thorough inspection and provide appropriate leak detection and repair services. Ignoring or delaying repairs can lead to further damage and increased repair costs. Once we detect a leak, we will recommend a repair option based on the size of the leak and the location of the leak. 


Contact us today to schedule your leak detection service today!


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