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Leak Detection in Memphis: 5 Signs Your Home has a Leaky Pipe

Leak Detection in Memphis: 5 Signs Your Home has a Leaky Pipe

  • Leak Detection

You probably don’t think too much about your plumbing system very often, but the truth is it plays a big role in the convenience of your daily routine. Without proper plumbing, your home is bound to suffer. That’s why you should trust a professional, like those from Stewart Plumbing, to service your plumbing system regularly.

Check out this video from founder Tim Stewart about how we handle leak detection and repair!

A leaking pipe has the potential to become a serious plumbing disaster. You should know the signs of a leaky pipe and call the experts at Stewart Plumbing right away for leak detection in Memphis.

Here are five signs to help you detect a leaking pipe in your home:

Damaged walls or ceilings: A leak can come from anywhere in your plumbing system. You might notice that your ceilings are sagging, the paint is peeling, or there are stains on your walls or other interiors of your home. If so, you need professional help right away!

High water bills: Increased water bills indicate excess water usage in your home. If you or your family is using more water than normal, taking longer showers, doing extra laundry, or running the dishwasher more often, these things will affect your water bill. However, if this isn’t happening, there is likely a water leak somewhere in your plumbing system.

Indicated by water meter: You might not know this but you can easily detect a water leak in your plumbing by checking your water meter. Many water meters have a leak indicator on the meter face that moves when there is a leak in the system. You can also turn off all of the water in your home, and then check the meter to see if there is still water moving through the system to detect a pipe leak.

Mold: If there is mold or mildew growing in your home, especially around areas that aren’t direct locations of water sources, there is probably extra moisture in the air. Mold is a direct result of humid environments that are caused by the weather, your home’s location, or a pipe leak.

Smell: A musty, dirty smell in your home can also indicate a pipe leak. It means that there is water pooling somewhere in an enclosed space.

If any of these signs are happening in your home, time is of the essence! Call Stewart Plumbing right now!

 

By Kaitlyn Manktelow

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