Shower leak repair in District of Columbia
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Do you have a dripping or leaking water from a shower or bathtub in your District of Columbia house?
Dripping water from a shower or bathtub can cause damage to the framing and ceiling of the room below, even if there are no apparent leak signs in the bathroom.
Water leaks can originate from drains, plumbing fixtures or from the water supply inside the walls.
Faucets and water valves can potentially leak down the drain and waste hundreds of gallons over time.
Do not underestimate a slow water leak, failing to repair it in a timely manner could add up as hundreds of wasted water gallons to your water bill which translates into a cost higher than the repair. If your cold water is leaking expect a higher water bill, however, if your hot water is leaking, in addition to a higher water bill expect higher electricity and gas bills as well!
Leaking drains repair in District of Columbia
Similar to sink drains, bathtub and shower drains connect to P-traps which can leak.
If the strainer is not connected properly to the drain, water will seep through.
Sometimes the plumbing fixture itself has a small crack where the water can seep through.
Other times rusted or loose water supply connections will cause a leak.
In some situations the water will leak inside the walls without any apparent signs on the bathroom floor, however, it becomes noticeable on the ceiling of the room below.
You can count on Sam and Sons Services for all your District of Columbia home water leak repair.
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Water supply leak repair
The connection between the shower handle and the elbow behind the wall, or the connection between the bathtub faucet and the valve will start to leak if they are not properly installed or if they are old. Old connections will rust and develop pinhole leaks at the joints.