Leaking Pipes

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Fix Your Leaks

A small leak may not appear like a significant problem at first glance. The drip, drip, drip of a leaky faucet may not seem like anything more than a slight nuisance. However, even a small leak can result in serious problems. Not only can a small leak waste gallons of water but it could result in costly damage as well. Leaks can cause water damage as well as pipe or fixture corrosion if they’re not repaired as soon as possible.

If you suspect a leak anywhere in your home, whether it’s a leaking faucet, a leaking pipe, a leaking hot water heater or a leaking toilet, schedule an appointment with one of our certified plumbers at PlumbingFix to come inspect your pipes, locate the leak and make all necessary repairs as soon as possible.

Signs of Leaks

Leaks aren’t always easy to spot, which means that you should be sure to stay on the lookout for potential leaks throughout your home. The following are some of the signs that you have a leak that needs to be dealt with:

  • The sound of dripping – If you can hear the sound of dripping, it means that there is a leak nearby. Sometimes, a faucet can begin leaking in a room that you don’t use much, such as a guest bathroom.
  • The presence of puddles – Puddles that form around the toilet, sinks, shower, bathtub, washing machine or hot water heater indicate that there is a leak, especially if the fixture or appliance hasn’t been used recently. If you notice that the puddle has a rust color to it, you’ll want to schedule a plumbing service right away.
  • A high water bill – If your water bills are higher than normal, it means that water is being wasted somewhere in your home. If you haven’t changed your water usage habits, odds are it’s the result of a leak.
  • Toilets that groan – If the pipes behind or beneath the toilet are producing groaning or bubbling sounds, it typically means that there is a leak.
  • Moldy smells – If you smell mold, it could be because mold has begun to grow as a result of the excessive presence of moisture caused by a leak.
  • Raised floor tiles – Raised floor tiles near your toilet or hot water heater are indicative of leaks.
  • A lack of hot water – If your hot water is properly sized yet you aren’t getting your normal supply of hot water, it could mean that the tank is leaking.
  • Damaged or loose washing machine hoses – Check the hoses of your washing machine. If they are loose, rusted, cracked or bulging, it could be the result of a leak.

If you notice any of these signs, then there’s a good chance that you have a leak somewhere in your home. Contact us at PlumbingFix today to schedule our professional plumbing service. We will send one of our highly trained and experienced plumbers to your home to identify and repair any leaks in your plumbing.

Call us now for immediate service.

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