Dripping Faucet & Leaky Pipe Repair
Large problems have small beginnings. One drop at a time, even the smallest leak can create a serious issue over time. Often going unnoticed for extended periods, the sudden discovery of physical damage to surrounding structures can be quite troublesome. Rot and mold can take root in wood and other materials, and the extent of the situation may not even be immediately evident. Mold in particular, can be both pervasive and difficult to identify. Leaks and drips are a huge pain for homeowners.
Piping under kitchen and bathroom sinks, and water lines leading to toilets, refrigerators, dish washers and laundry appliances are notorious for such percolating problems. Routine visual inspections of these areas is highly recommended, especially if you notice an inexplicable drop in water pressure or a change in the time it takes for certain things to occur – such as your toilet tank or washing machine drum to fill with water.
Unattended Leaks Are Costly
Visible dripping, as you would see from a faucet, may not be causing any structural destruction, but it certainly can affect your utility bill. A leaky faucet that drips at the rate of one drip per second can waste more than 3,000 gallons per year!
Don’t be party to so much waste. And don’t let dripping faucets drive you crazy! If you have any drips or leaks in your home, give us a call today. Our plumbers will meet with you and offer Straightforward Pricing options before they begin any work. You call the shots. We fix the leaks.