High water bills: If you notice a sudden increase in your water bill without any change in water usage, there could be a plumbing leak. Our team of professionals can help locate the source of the leak and complete any needed repairs to prevent bills from staying high.
Thumping/Banging Sounds: When you hear a loud thumping or banging sound in the plumbing, it may be a sign of a water hammer, which are a result of sudden pressure changes. We’ll try to find where the pressure disruption is happening to keep similar problems from happening in the future.
Reddish stains in the tub or water: If plumbing fixtures like your bathtub or kitchen sink are stained, it may be a sign of rust in your pipes or a leak in your water supply line.
Wet or soft floors and walls: Sudden damp spots indoors is a more obvious sign that water is getting in somewhere it’s not supposed to. You might notice a moldy smell before the wet spots become apparent.
Water stains on ceilings or walls: Stains on your walls or the ceiling often means a pipe is leaking nearby.
Damp soil or erosion near your foundation: If you notice constantly damp soil or evidence of erosion by your residence’s foundation, there might be a leak in your property’s main water line. Water damage to the foundation can be particularly disastrous.