Signs of Undetected Plumbing Leaks
You probably already know that leaky pipes need to be repaired as soon as possible, but that can be difficult if you are not aware of a leak in the first place. Leaks are sometimes hard to detect without a thorough pipe inspection, but there are still some signs that you have a leak somewhere in your home.
Low Water Pressure
Low water pressure can be caused by a few things, including a leaky pipe in your home. You'll have to contact a plumber to perform a drain inspection to determine whether the decreased water pressure in your faucets is because of a leak, but chances are good that something in your plumbing system needs to be fixed.
A leaky pipe can do a lot of water damage if you don't catch it in time. If you notice brown spots on your walls or paint that is bubbling or cracking, there might be a leak somewhere on the other side of the wall. Schedule a plumbing inspection to find and fix the problem.
Higher Water Bills
An undetected leak could be the reason why your water bill has been higher than usual. After all, you're still losing a lot of water even if you might be using much of it. If your water bills have gone up recently, keep an eye on how much water you're actually using. If you clamp down on your water usage and you still have a high water bill, you might have a leak somewhere in your water line. You might need to find some sewer camera inspection services in Scottsdale, AZ, if it turns out the leak is in your sewer line, though.
A leak in your plumbing or sewer line can cause a lot of problems if it goes undetected. If you think you have a leak somewhere in your plumbing, contact Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Phoenix to schedule a sewer inspection as well as an inspection of your indoor plumbing.