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Signs Your Water Line Needs Repairs

Your water line connects your home to the water mains. As such, it is one of the most important components to the house: delivering clean water for drinking and bathing. When it runs into trouble, it can be a tremendous headache, and even in towns with reliable municipal services like Bethesda, a plumber is usually necessary to help make repairs. The sooner you can call one in, the better, which is why you need to be able to spot the signs your water line needs repairs.

The biggest sign is a severe drop in your home’s water pressure, rendering faucets and showers unusable. In some cases, a problem with the city’s water mains might result in a loss of pressure, but you can resolve that question quickly simply by calling the water company. A second, more overt sign is the sudden creation of puddles or even actively leaking water coming up from the ground in your yard. In those circumstances you need to shut off the water supply to your home immediately and call in a plumber for help.

Less severe damage results in less severe signs, which require a little more attention to notice. For example, you might still be able to spot damp spots in your yard. It might even be a question of the grass in your yard being greener in one spot for no apparent reason.

Other signs of problems could include discolored or smelly water coming through your pipes, or unusual sounds emanating from faucets or shower heads. Once unifying factor in all of these situations: the signs occur throughout your entire household, instead of just one sink or shower. (If it affects only one section of your plumbing, the problem is likely localized inside your home.) In any case, if you spot the signs your water line needs repairs, then call on Tuckers Air Conditioning, Heating & Plumbing. If you need a plumber in Bethesda, give us a call today!

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