Plumbing Leak Detection
The more common leaks are from faucets and toilets. But those are the obvious ones. Do you hear the sound of dripping water in your home, but have no idea where it’s coming from? Do you have visual signs of water damage on your walls or ceilings? Let A Better Plumber help you. We will find the root of your water or sewer leak and fix it immediately.
About 10% of US homes have a leak in their plumbing system. Over a one year period, this can add up to over 10,000 gallons of water wasted each year in each home! Locating and fixing leaks in your plumbing system will not only save you money over the long haul, it will also prevent expensive repairs due to water damage, including but not limited to Black Mold.
Why Choose A Better Plumber?
Now you can rest easy knowing that homeowners are able to contact us 7 days a week, 365 days a year, including holidays; day or night for emergency plumbing issues. When you call on A Better Plumber, LLC to perform your residential or commercial plumbing service you can rest assured you’ll receive the following benefits:
- Locally Own Operated
- Highest Quality
- Licensed & Experienced Team
- Upfront & Honest Pricing
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Common Areas For Water Leaks
PLEASE NOTE: BE SURE TO FLUSH THE TOILET AFTER 15 MINUTES TO PREVENT ANY STAINING TO YOUR TOILET
Add a few drops of food coloring to the tank of your toilet. Wait 15 minutes. If you notice that the food coloring has made its way into the toilet bowl, you have a leaking flapper valve.
Irrigation systems should be inspected annually to ensure that no underground pipes have cracked or burst over the winter due to freezing temperatures. The most common problem is a leaking sprinkler valve.
Hose bibs are another common source for a leak. Inspect each bib and check to see if water is leaking while you have a hose hooked up.
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