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5 Reasons Why a Small Plumbing Leak Is a Big Problem

Although many people avoid calling a professional plumbing company, the investment will save money and pay for itself. Plumbing leaks waste a whopping 1 trillion gallons of water every year. That waste could serve 1 million homes with clean, drinkable water instead. Leaks poke enormous holes in household budgets, and affect business owners’ bottom lines as well, whether you work at home or at a company site. In fact, as much as 6 percent of your home or facility’s total water use might be wasted water. Additionally, water leaks pose health and safety hazards such as damage to floors, walls, and foundations. They can also create electrocution risks and cause poor indoor air quality due to mold and mildew formation.

Save Time and Money

A professional plumbing company can provide camera plumbing inspections to locate leaks and clogs, then use a combination of snaking and hydrojetting to blast debris out of the way. This provides the financial benefit of freeing you up to get back to the business of your daily life, and saving you the cost of pouring jug after jug of drain line cleaner.

Prevent Expensive Repairs

Leaks often occur in wet walls, which are the walls where plumbing lines run between sinks, tubs, and toilets to your sewer drain. They may also lie hidden in crawl spaces or basement sub-floors, causing damage to the foundation in your home or business. A professional plumbing company can locate the leaks, repair the problem, and prevent further damage to walls, ceilings, floors, basements, and crawlspaces.

Protect Health and Safety

Hidden leaks often cause unpleasant odors from mold, mildew, or the breakdown of waste products. The odors and spores can aggravate allergies, and the standing water may reach electrical wiring, extension cords, or power supplies and cause power outages or electrocutions.

Protect the Environment

Hidden water leaks sometimes undermine home and facility foundations, create sinkholes, or cause water runoff to affect nearby homes and businesses due to flooding, mudslides or sinkhole collapses.

Liability Costs

Homeowners and businesses may find themselves on the wrong end of a liability lawsuit if any property damage or personal injury occurs due to hidden leaks. Instead of being saddled with fines, court costs, attorney fees, and lost time far exceeding the cost of a professional plumbing company assessment and remediation plan, you will have the peace of mind that comes from getting ahead of future battles.

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