Call DrainMaster at 614-276-1510 for Leaking Pipes Services
DrainMaster uses advanced technology to evaluate and address low water pressure in your home. There are several reasons your water pressure may dip, so call a certified Ohio plumber to determine the cause. Low water pressure can cause water waste as it takes longer to perform even basic tasks like washing the dishes or showering. Our technicians will inspect different areas of your home to determine why you have low water pressure. We service Columbus, Hilliard, Gahanna, Westerville, Dublin, Powell, Grandview Heights, Upper Arlington, and Shawnee Hills, Ohio.
Even the smallest of leaks can turn into expensive repairs if left untreated. You’ll experience higher water bills and the leaking pipes could potentially damage your property, leaving you with costly repairs. While some leaks are easy to identify, others aren’t so obvious. Be on the lookout for warning signs you’re dealing with a leaking pipe:
- Dampness or pooling of water on the floor
- Low water pressure
- Sound of running water in walls
- Sudden increase in water bill
- Water spots or discoloration on the ceiling
If you think you’re dealing with a leak in your plumbing system, call the pros at DrainMaster today.
How To Locate A Leaking Pipe
Finding the source of a leak isn’t always an easy task. Start by surveying the exterior of your home. If you notice a portion of your lawn or shrubbery that’s growing more lushly than the rest, you may have an underground leaking pipe. A supply line leak – leak between your home and the water meter – is difficult to identify as it’s buried three feet beneath the ground’s surface. A supply line leak will typically create a constantly saturated lawn or water pooling in your yard.
Leaks inside your home have the potential to cause significant damage if not discovered and repaired right away. Hire a professional Ohio plumber to repair leaking pipes inside your walls or beneath your floor to prevent further damage. If left untreated, even minor leaks can create a significant mold, create water damage, affect water pressure, or cause structural damage inside your home.
How To Fix Leaking Pipes
We are always equipped with the latest technology to repair your leaking pipes. The first step is to stop the flow of water. With a thorough camera inspection, we can detect where the leak is located and offer you the best solution to repair the pipe. For most cracked or broke pipes, our team can restore the pipe with trenchless water line repair to avoid digging up your home’s flooring or walls.
Cured-In-Place Pipe Repair
No matter the size of your leaking pipe, our team can resolve whatever issues you are having. Narrow pipes, like household copper intake lines, call for a liquid epoxy treatment with compressed air in an ultra-thin layer that seals common pinhole leaks and cracks. Large water lines can be relined with cured-in-place pipe, a method that uses an epoxy-coated, flexible cylinder that is pulled into the pipe and expanded to form a new pipe. Once the epoxy is in place, we allow it to cure for several hours into it hardens, fully restoring the pipe to better-than-new condition.
Call DrainMaster today if you suspect a water leak in your house. We service Columbus, Hilliard, Gahanna, Westerville, Dublin, Powell, Grandview Heights, Upper Arlington, and Shawnee Hills, Ohio. Our professional plumbers will find the leak and fix it as quickly as possible. We are respectful of your time and property and will address any questions you have about the inspection and repair process. Contact DrainMaster today schedule an appointment.