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Do you have a leak somewhere in your plumbing? Most people do have a leak somewhere in their home, but likewise most people also don’t realize it. Leaks are not at all uncommon, and in fact, the United States EPA estimates that as many as 10 percent of all homes in the country have leaks that can waste more than 90 gallons of water per day. And to make matters more frustrating, these leaks are not typically as easy to find as a dripping toilet or running faucet.
Assured Comfort Heating, Air & Plumbing offers superior electronic leak detection services to help you locate leaks in water lines hidden in walls, encased in concrete, or even buried underground. We know that when it comes to leaks in these areas, you need certainty, accuracy, and speed to solve the problem quickly and solve it properly, and that’s exactly what we offer. Our team is comprised of some of the most experienced plumbing professionals in the area, and we are equipped with the finest leak detection tools for a faster and easier locating experience.
If leaks are so common, how can you keep your home safe and remain proactive? Obviously, nobody wants to have to call a plumber to check for leaks if they don’t think they have a problem, so it’s important to know of a few signs to look for. If you want to avoid a catastrophe leaving your home (and your wallet) feeling soaked, keep your eyes out for any of these signs that you may have a leak.
You may have a plumbing leak if you notice any of the following:
Your water bill has spiked without any additional major usage
You see water spots on ceilings, walls, or soft spots on floors
Your home smells of mildew or old water without any signs of water damage
You hear water flowing sounds in your walls
Your concrete slab has cracked
You have standing water in your yard
The first way to check for a problem is to shut off all faucets, taps, and fixtures in your home and then check your water meter. If your meter continues to turn (even slowly) then you have a leak somewhere and should call for help.