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Discovering hidden leaks

With pipes running through walls, ceilings and other hidden areas of your home, you may not always know whether or not you actually have a leak. Ask yourself, "How would you know if your pipes burst in your home?"

Knowing what to look for can be instrumental in discovering a leak early on so that it can be fixed before substantial water damage occurs and mold growth begins

Detecting a Leak

Many homeowners only notice a serious plumbing problem once it becomes an emergency, but if you can spot it early, you can save yourself a lot in water clean up and restoration costs later on. This is especially true for leaking pipes because water damage behind walls and in ceilings can end up being very costly. These signs can all point to a hidden leak in your home:

If you suspect that you may have a leaking pipe, give us a call and we will have an emergency plumber come out to take a look: 1 (800) 674-9130.

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