Categories for Leaks

Four Ways to Find Hidden Water Leaks

August 27, 2019

Flooding in your basement, a leaking toilet or constant dripping from the pipes under your sink are all obvious signs that you have a water leak. But what about when the signs aren’t so obvious? Many water leaks are actually hidden from plain sight, but they’re just as damaging. As your local experts in leak detection in Mesa, AZ, we know a thing or two about spotting these hidden plumbing problems. But how can you, a homeowner, spot early signs of a hidden leak? Here are a few tips that you can use. Compare your bills One of the easiest... View Article

Seven Signs the Cold May Have Triggered a Slab Leak

March 19, 2019

Those who live in Arizona are well familiar with our hot summers. They know the effects the sweltering temperatures can have on their plumbing and air conditioner. But the colder winter weather—as mild as it might be here—can also take its toll. The chilly overnight desert temperatures can cause slab leaks. A slab leak is a leak that has developed in a copper water line running below the concrete foundation of your home, or a leak in the concrete itself. They can go undetected for months because the leak lurks below the surface. This can lead to huge problems, including... View Article

How Regular Plumbing Maintenance Saves You Money

February 13, 2019

Most people call a plumber in Mesa, AZ when they’ve got a problem on their hands. A sink is clogged or the toilet is backing up and there’s no time to waste in finding a solution! This is where those big plumbing bills come from and why so many people try to avoid calling a professional at all costs. The irony is, most people could avoid that big plumbing bill by settling for a much smaller one. Paying for routine leak detection in Mesa, AZ or having your sewer line scoped annually will cost you… but not nearly as much... View Article

Signs You May Have a Slab Leak

Signs You May Have a Slab Leak

January 20, 2017

Slab leaks occur when there is water leaking under the concrete slab on which your house rests. They pose potentially serious risks to your home in and of themselves and also spur additional problems. Depending on the severity of the leak, it may be difficult to determine whether you have a slab leak or not. Certainly, identifying a leak underneath your concrete floor will never be as straightforward as noticing that a showerhead or under-sink pipe is leaking. But a slab leak often needs even more immediate attention that more easily identified leaks. So, how can you tell if you... View Article

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