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Don’t Fall Victim to Broken Pipes

One of the most common plumbing emergencies people deal with in their homes is leaking pipes. They also tend to be one of the most difficult problems to find, unless of course a burst pipe is leaking huge amounts of water or a clearly visible pipe is leaking.

Unfortunately, this means that many homeowners are unaware that they need plumbing repairs until it’s too late and damage has already been done. The good news though, is that there are some signs you can watch out for that indicate a leak is present, so you can go ahead and call for professional plumbing services.

Increased Water Bills

Do you keep track of and save your water bills each month? This is a good way to monitor your household’s general pattern of water use. However, if your bills start to rise with no explanation for the increase, then you very likely have a leak occurring somewhere within your plumbing system.

Even the smallest leak can add up to a significant and noticeable amount of water loss over the course of a month. A professional plumber will be able to locate the leak and fix it accordingly.

Discoloration

Have you noticed some discoloration on your dry wall or anywhere else your plumbing rests? This can be caused by a moisture build-up from a leak behind a wall. You’d probably notice a reddish-brownish stain appearing on the wall. It’s important that you don’t ignore these spots, since they indicate that building damage is already happening.

Decreased Water Pressure

Leaks are usually progressive, meaning that one leak will often lead to other leaks. If enough start to add up, then you will likely notice a substantial drop in water pressure throughout your home. Whatever the cause of this drop, our professional plumbers can make the appropriate repairs.

For expert plumbing repairs in Ashburn, VA from a team with a great reputation for knowledge and value, contact AllTech Services, Inc. today.

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