It only takes a single gap, break, or hole for water to begin leaking out of your plumbing systems and into your home. This can occur in a number of different places throughout your home, including your bathroom, kitchen, pipes, and more. At 212 Plumbing, we can address water leaks no matter where they occur, including:
A leaky faucet is one of the top reasons that many homeowners call a plumber. While handy homeowners may be able to repair a leaky faucet themselves, if you’re unsure of the root cause of your leaking faucet, it’s always smarter to call the professionals at 212 Plumbing.
If your showerhead has begun to leak, either while showering or when not in use, it could be due to a number of issues. Often, leaking showerheads result from a loose connection between the fixture and your pipes. An expert plumber will be able to diagnose and repair this quite easily.
Toilets can leak in a few different ways, typically either from the tank into the bowl (causing “phantom flushes”) or on the outside. The latter case is often a result of loose gaskets or fittings, but a skilled plumber will be able to diagnose the exact problem.
Leaks in your water heater could be coming from one of many places, including inlets and outlets, valves, drains, or even corrosion on the unit itself. If you notice water collecting outside your water heater, it’s important to call an expert plumber right away.
Leaks in your home’s pipes are potentially the most harmful to your home, and they’re also the most difficult to detect yourself. At 212 Plumbing, we have a variety of methods for finding, diagnosing, and repairing these hidden leaks to keep your home protected!
Higher water bills without higher than usual water usage
Reduced water pressure either throughout your home or in one area
Mold and mildew without a clear explanation
Water stains on ceilings, floors, or walls
If you notice one or more of these signs, it’s important to call a plumbing expert right away. Water leaks should be repaired as quickly as possible, as leaving leaks unaddressed is sure to result in damage to your home. Leaks can damage your home’s ceilings, walls, floors, and more, and leaks are also likely to worsen over time. Don’t hesitate to contact a plumber as soon as you notice signs of a water leak!
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