Due to the hidden nature of plumbing behind walls, beneath flooring, and in basements or crawlspaces, a plumbing leak may go undetected for a prolonged period of time and cause untold amounts of damage. Whether you require leak detection services as a preventive measure or you suspect there is water leakage in your home or commercial building, can help. Our plumbers are highly trained and qualified in all aspects of the plumbing industry, including leak detection and repair, and are experienced at finding and repairing leaks both indoors and outdoors.
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Signs You May Have a Plumbing Leak
A small leak may go unnoticed for weeks, months, or even years depending on the severity and location. Knowing what to watch for can help you find the leak sooner and prevent further damage or loss. Contact the pros at Scott Hale right away if you notice any of the following:
Elevated Water Bills
Water usage tends to fluctuate throughout the year, often rising during the summer months due to pool usage, landscaping needs, or the frequency of bathing. But if you are unable to explain an extreme or sudden rise in your monthly bills, you likely have a water leak.
Mold and Mildew
You can expect to see evidence of minor mold or mildew around your shower walls, where the constant heat and humidity provide the perfect breeding ground for growth—but mold or mildew found on a non-shower wall is a sign that there may be leakage behind the ceiling or wall.
Standing water and waterlogged materials, including wood or drywall, emit a musty odor, and if you notice this type of smell even after cleaning, you may have a hidden plumbing leak.
Stained or Damaged Structure
Water stains, warping, bubbling, or sagging walls, floors, or ceilings may be caused by excessive humidity, but they can also be a sign that there is a leak nearby.
If you suspect you may have a leak, shut off the main water supply valve to your home or building and take a look at the water meter. If it is still running, you have a leak.
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Leak Detection Services in Salt Lake City, UT
Finding a leak in your home or commercial building can be tricky, but our experienced plumbers have the experience and state-of-the-art tools and technology to locate the source of your leak quickly. Once we have determined the location, we can assess the situation and provide you with expert advice on how to proceed to resolve the issue.
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Salt Lake City Leak Repair Services
Our certified, licensed plumbers will complete any necessary repairs accurately and efficiently, with minimal disruption to your home or business. No job is too big or too small, and we are available around the clock for those times that you need us the most.
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