Our Comprehensive Leak Repair Services
If you have concerns about a possible leak in your household, we are here to provide assistance. Our extensive array of leak repair services encompasses the following:
- Leaking Toilets and Faucets – These are common culprits of leaking pipes, and our team of service professionals can inspect and repair any toilet or faucet issues to prevent water wastage.
- Leaking Water Heater – A water heater that leaks can lead to damage and reduced efficiency. Our experienced team can identify and address the root cause of the leak, ensuring your water heater operates reliably.
- Leaking Washing Machine Hoses – Faulty or damaged hoses connected to your washing machine can result in water leaks. We can examine and replace these hoses, preventing potential flooding incidents.
- Other Plumbing Leaks – Leaks can occur in other areas of your plumbing system. Our skilled service professionals possess the expertise to detect and resolve leaks throughout your home, providing comprehensive solutions.
Signs You May Need Leaky Pipe Repair
If you have concerns about a possible leaky pipe, we know how to locate the problem, how to tell if a sewer pipe is leaking, and how to resolve the issue. From faucet drips and unexplained spikes in water bills to musty odors and the presence of puddles, these indications can assist you in identifying potential plumbing problems:
Signs of a Leaky Faucet:
- Rust or water puddles around faucets
- Dripping sounds or visible drips
- Squeaking faucets or difficulty turning them off/on
- Unexplained increase in the water bill
- Moldy or rotten food smell
Signs of a Leaky Toilet:
- Water on the bathroom floor
- Faucet noises or groaning sounds
- Moldy or sewer gas smells
- Uneven floor or tile
Signs of a Leaking Water Heater:
- Raised floor tiles or uneven flooring in the vicinity of the water heater's base
- Insufficient hot water or limited supply
- Small puddles or excess moisture near the water heater tank
- Noises such as dripping water or unusual sounds originating from the water heater
Signs of a Leaking Washing Machine Hose:
- Small pools of water behind or near the washing machine
- Rusted or loose hose connections
- Musty or moldy smell in the laundry room
- Cracked or bulging hoses
Natural Gas Line Leaks
The natural gas used to heat your boiler poses significant hazards. Carbon monoxide gas is highly flammable and can be fatal when inhaled in large amounts. To detect a natural gas leak, be aware of the distinct odor of rotten eggs, which is added to the otherwise odorless gas. To ensure safety, equip carbon monoxide monitors near your hot water heater and other gas-utilizing appliances, regularly replace their batteries, and inspect them closely. In case of a gas leak from a stove, refrain from igniting it, using a lighter, or creating sparks. Instead, turn off the gas, open all windows to allow ventilation, and call for gas pipe repairs.