Leaks, clogs, and corrosion can be common issues in sewer and water lines. They can cause various problems that are inconvenient and potentially damaging to your property. If you’ve noticed any signs or symptoms of these issues, it’s addressing them as soon as possible is essential.
One sign of a leak is an excess of moisture around the area where the pipe is located. This could come from a visible puddle or dampness in the walls or floors near the line. You might also experience lower-than-normal water pressure coming through the pipes. These are both indicators that something is not right with the line.
Clogs can also result in lower-than-normal water pressure. If left untreated, clogs can eventually lead to backups and flooding in your home. In addition, you may find yourself dealing with slow-draining sinks, toilets, or bathtubs. It’s best to address this issue before it gets out of hand.
Corrosion can weaken the structure of metal pipes over time, leading to leaks and other problems. Look for discolored water when running taps or rust-colored stains on fixtures and appliances. Also, inspect the pipes for any deterioration, such as cracks, pits, or bulges. All of these are indications that corrosion has taken place.
If you’re experiencing any of these issues, acting quickly is essential. Contact us to diagnose the problem and determine the best course of action to repair or replace the affected sewer and water lines. Prompt attention can save you money and stress in the long run.