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What You Should Know About Your Home’s Plumbing
- It’s bound to happen. When water sees an opening, it will start to flow, which means it’s guaranteed to make it’s way in and out of your house or plumbing system in no time. In fact, on average, a home loses approximately 22 gallons of water per day to leaks, without you ever knowing. Needless to say, leaks can be found in just about every part of your house, both inside and outside. However, many leaks can’t be seen with the naked eye because they occur underground. Leak detection services can find the culprits and start damage control quickly before your money goes down the drain.
- Leaks can start small and grow into major problems. The second most common home insurance claim is for property damage resulting from water due to plumbing failures. To put this into perspective, that means nearly $10 billion in claims for property damage is paid out per year. Nearly a quarter of all Americans are part of this group.
- Should a leak be found during our detection, we can open up your plumbing lines and figure out how to reroute a broken line. This is a way to exhaust all possibilities so we can avoid tearing up you tile and flooring to reach the leak.
- Leaks in your home or plumbing system cause high humidity conditions which creates the perfect environment for mold growth. Leak detection can be done as a preventative measure in order to avoid future mold growth, or it can be part of a mitigation strategy after a plumbing problem has occurred. Either way, it’s important to understand that leak detection is available to you at anytime so you can be aware of the state of your plumbing system and know when action should be taken. Home Angels serves our customers by getting to the source of the problem early on so you aren’t inconvenienced.