Elk Grove Leak Detection
Finding Household Leaks at Their Source
Do you suspect there may be a leak somewhere in your home? Truth is, they are not that easy to track down without the help of a professional. At Mac's Plumbing, Heating, & Air, we offer leak detection services in Elk Grove. Even if you think you have found the source of the problem and solved it, many times the problem reemerges at a later date and wreaks havoc. Our team will locate your problem whether it's in an obscure pipe or coming from your water heater and provide the appropriate solution in a timely and efficient manner.
Our plumbing company is backed by over a decade of experience and is dedicated to making sure your plumbing system is always operating as it should. We are homeowners ourselves and understand how frustrating it can be to deal with a problem when you have so many other things going on in your life. Our mission is to deliver total satisfaction to every customer, every time.
Common Signs You Have A Leak
If you suspect you have a leak, there are numerous signs you can look for. The most common signs include:
- Decreased water pressure
- Increased utility bills
- Wet or damp spots around your house or yard
- Water damage or mold
- Staining on your floors or walls
Unfortunately, the signs above can just be a small hint at a larger problem. Many leaks are hard to find since your pipes are hidden behind walls and in floors and ceilings. Therefore, if you notice any of these signs, it’s imperative that you reach out to our Elk Grove plumbers.
What Causes Water Leaks?
Unless your home is brand new, the pipes within your house have seen a lot of action over the years. They are responsible for providing water for your showers, laundry, dishes, and more. Over time, simple wear and tear could result in a broken pipe. Many times, the cause is something simple and easy to fix. Other times, it can be a bit more complex.
The most common causes of leaks include:
- Pipes, drains, and sewer lines getting clogged
- Roots impacting pipes underground
- Corroding pipes
- Poorly installed pipes
- A sudden increase in water pressure
Many times, the leak is not necessarily in the area where you detect the problem, as water can spread quickly. We’ll be sure to use our advanced tools and extensive knowledge to find the source.
If you think you have a leak, don’t hesitate to reach out to our Elk Grove leak detection team! Waiting too long could result in a more complex, expensive situation.