Low water pressure or recently water bill increases could mean that you have an undiscovered water pipe leak. Those undetected water pipe leaks can lead to a significant level of damage to the walls and structure of your home or business.

Left alone, over time that leak can saturate the walls and create an environment that allows mold and mildew to thrive. Even the smallest leak can end up causing thousands of dollars’ worth of damage, not to mention how it can drive up your bill and leave water pooling in different areas throughout your home.

Our team of licensed and knowledgeable plumbers can assist you in not only locating that water pipe leak, but also in putting together the best plan to fix it. Using the latest leak detection methods, our plumbers can pinpoint the leak wherever it might be in your pipes or plumbing system. Once the leak is identified, we can create a repair plan that will help to limit the damage being caused by the water pipe leak in your home.

Not only can we provide assistance to deal with the water pipe leak, but our experts can also make sure that you properly dry out the area to avoid mold growth. We also encourage you to regularly check the area where the leak was initially discovered. If you see more water, then that means there might be an additional leak or other plumbing issues. Contacting your San Marcos plumber can help you to determine what might be causing the additional issues and come up with a strategy to address them effectively and efficiently.

We also encourage you to get excess water out of the area around the leak to minimize potential damage. If you see water pooling, then turning off the water valve can be the best way to stop any water pipe leak from continuing to spread water in your home. Once you have turned off the water, then it is important to call your local San Marcos plumber right away.

If your water pipes leak due to clogged drains, then our experienced plumbers will plan a strategy to clean your plumbing and rid your system of clogs that are minimizing the effectiveness of your home’s plumbing.

Another way to determine if you have a water pipe leak is by turning off your water. If your meter continues to spin, then that means water is still being pumped through your plumbing. Other ways to detect a water pipe leak includes finding areas where wallpaper or paint has begun to bubble up on your walls. If you notice a musty smell, then it could also be another sign of a water pipe leak.

With the latest techniques, including heat scanners, video pipe inspection equipment, and even listening devices, our plumbers can find the leak and what might have caused the damage to your water pipes. We also provide the latest professional training for our plumbers, giving them the tools, they need to provide a high-quality service when it comes to finding and repairing your water pipe leak.

Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you discover water pipe leaks and create a strategy to deal with them long-term.