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Tips for Handling a Leak

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When you have a leak in your home you want to get it to stop no matter where it is. After all, leaks that are left alone for too long are going to create a variety of problems for your home and can even create problems for your health. To handle a leak properly, you need to have a reliable resource for your plumbing repairs in Frederick.

Our plumbing pros are great at identifying and fixing leaks in your home. The only thing you need to do is reach out for service. To do that though you need to know when to reach out. We can help with that too by telling you more about the warning signs that there is a leak in your home wreaking havoc.

4 Ways to Tell You Have a Leaking Pipe

The thing is the sooner you find a leak the better off you’ll be because you can work on getting it repaired before it causes damage. Here are the warning signs you should be on the lookout for:

  1. Reduced water pressure: When you turn on the tap have you noticed that the water pressure is less than what it was. Reduced water pressure can be an indicator that there is a leak in your pipes.
  2. Musty or mildew smells: What is that smell? If you notice musty scents or the smell of mildew it may be caused by a leak that has created a damp environment perfect for the growth of mold and mildew. This is a pungent, earthy smell that is pretty unpleasant.
  3. Sounds of running water: Does it sound like there is water passing through your pipes even though there is no appliance currently using water? If so it is likely that there is a leak somewhere in your home that is creating a water draw.
  4. An overactive water meter: The last time that you checked your water meter, was it running without a reason to be active? This is another sign that you may have a leak because leaking water will lead to a demand for water that shows up in your water meter.

How to Handle a Leak

Hopefully, you can reference the warning signs above to identify if you have a leak in your home before it shows up enough to create water damage or cause mold growth. If you have a leak, there is one key course of action that you want to take: calling in the professional plumbers from Tuckers Air Conditioning, Heating & Plumbing to get your plumbing repaired.

Our trained and certified team members will be able to locate and quickly address any leaks that you have, whether they are in your ceilings or walls, or under your sink. We can even help you plan ahead if you may need to start preparing for additional plumbing services such as updating your bathroom or kitchen plumbing.

Contact Tuckers Air Conditioning, Heating & Plumbing to schedule your plumbing services. Our team works hard to provide high quality, efficient and professional services.

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