water leak detection
Though leaks and drips might not seem like a big deal at first, they should be quickly dealt with by a professional so they don’t become much bigger issues that lead to serious property damage. Oftentimes difficult to notice until it’s too late, there are a few signs homeowners can look out for like mold growth in unusual areas. Be sure to call 5 Star Best Plumbing if you hear water dripping within your walls or notice a sudden and unforeseen rise in your water bill.
Since most leaks start small and grow into a large-scale water gushing calamity, it’s imperative to know the warning signs of pipe leakage. Leaks don’t deal with themselves. Once a leak starts, it won’t stop until it is properly dealt with.
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Q: How do I know if I have a water leak?
A: Turn off all the water in your home and record the number on your water meter. Wait at least 20 minutes and return to check the number on your meter. If the number has changed, you have a water leak.
Q: How do I find water leaks?
A: Check your toilet tanks, look beneath your bathroom and kitchen sinks, examine your bathtub faucets and showerheads, check for puddles near your water heater and leaks near your washing machine hoses. Also, look at outside spigots and possible leaks in your irrigation system.
Q: Could my water leak be a hidden water leak?
A: If you notice odd mold or mildew, unusually damaged paint or wallpaper, sagging walls, stained ceilings, or persistent hissing sounds inside your walls, it’s possible you have a hidden water leak.