Minneapolis Leak Repair Services
Reliable Leak Detection & Repair in the Twin Cities
From leaking faucets, showers, and water heaters to exposed pipe and slab leaks, leak repair is a common issue that plumbers deal with on a daily basis. No matter how common, a small pipe leak can cause severe damage to your home’s foundation, your utility bills, as well as your health.
Here are some of the ways a leaky pipe can cause significant damages:
- Wood rot including floorboard or wall warping
- Paint and wallpaper peeling
- Mold and mildew growth
- Increase in water bills, especially if leak is undetected
At the first sign of a leak, make sure that you turn to Plumb Right. Our fully trained and certified Minneapolis plumbers can locate and repair the leaks around your house in a reliable manner. We are a team of experienced technicians who are genuinely passionate about making sure that your plumbing system is working efficiently for you and your family’s comfort and safety.
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Having a plumbing leak is something a home owner never wants to deal with. Often times, a leak in your pipes is hard to pinpoint and isn't very obvious until it becomes a big problem. At Plumbing Right, we have 3 signs to look for in order to avoid this potential nightmare scenario.
- Musty or Mildew Smell -
If you notice and odor that smells like mildew it could be that over time water has accumulated in a certain area and caused mold or mildew to grow. Contact our 24/7 emergency plumbing service as soon as you notice this smell as it can be detrimental to you and your households health.
- Stains Appear on the Ceiling -
if you notice that your ceiling is developing stains or that your floor seems to be warping in certain areas, it's possible that you have a leak in your piping and are in need of repair. Don't sit on this situation as the longer you wait the more damage that can possibly happen to your home.
- Reduced Water Pressure -
When the water pressure seems to getting worse and worse, it could be that your home's piping has a leak somewhere and is unable to provide sufficient water pressure to your home.
While there are several techniques we can provide in repairing your leaky pipes, if the leak keeps coming back, you may be dealing with old, aging pipes. If this is the case, replacement may be the most suitable method of repair for you.
Take a closer look at the different lifespan of pipes:
- Brass pipes- 40 to 70 years
- Copper- 50 to 70 years
- Galvanized steel- 20 to 50 years
- PVC pipes- 50 to 70 years
Knowing the piping in your home, especially if you live in an older house in Brooklyn Park or in the Minneapolis area, can help you determine the condition of your pipes and prevent future leaks. Make sure you look at our reviews!