A slow leak in any of the pipes in your home can easily become a complicated, expensive, and potentially hazardous problem. A leaky pipe can cause water pressure to drop, can cause structural damage such as rotting wood, and may lead to the formation of black mold compromising the health of you and your family. Most of these issues are hidden away behind walls, flooring, under plumbing fixtures, or between floor levels – places that you would never see until the damage is severe.

The sooner a problem is dealt with, the less you may end up paying in the long term, and the better you are protecting your asset and your families/employees’ health.

If you hear or suspect a leaky pipe or drain, give Miller Plumbing and Drainage a call, and let the experts help you with solving the problem.

Signs That Your Pipes Are Leaking

Have you ever noticed the water bill going up? Are your pipes making strange noises? Are there any puddles of water around your home? If so, then you may need to call a plumber. Here are some signs that indicate you may have a plumbing problem:

Low Water Pressure

If your water pressure has dropped significantly, then you may have a leaky pipe. If this is happening, then you should contact one of our professionals as soon as possible because it can lead to serious issues with your plumbing system and potentially even damage your home or business.

Clogged Drains

If your drain is clogged, there’s a good chance that you’ve got root damage near the surface of the pipe or roots growing inside the pipes themselves. Both scenarios necessitate the prompt intervention of a professional plumber in order to prevent further damage to your home’s plumbing system.

Unusual Sounds

Listen closely for any strange sounds coming from the pipes — especially if they’re loud enough that they’re noticeable while you’re watching TV or sleeping at night. If there is a leaking pipe somewhere in your home, it could create a loud banging sound as water finds its way through cracks in your walls or ceiling and onto dry surfaces below.

Rusted Pipes

If you see rust in your plumbing pipes or fixtures, it’s time to call an expert. Rust is a sign that there is water damage somewhere in your home. It can weaken your pipes, causing them to leak or break entirely. If you have rusty pipes, it’s best to replace them as soon as possible before they cause more damage.

Stop Leaky Pipes With Our Expert Assistance!

We know that when your pipes are leaking, it’s more than just a headache—it can be a serious health and safety issue. That is why our skilled plumbers at Miller Plumbing and Drainage are always available to assist you with all of your plumbing needs.

Your leaky pipes won’t be a problem for long when you rely on our professional plumbers to find the source and fix it fast. You shouldn’t have to deal with leaky pipes on your own—let us take care of them for you!