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Everett Water Leak Repair
Sometimes, it is the littlest spot of damp drywall, or finding an area of flooring that seems to be increasingly uneven around the base of a cabinet that gives you the “its time to call the plumber” inspiration. Sometimes, the City of Everett themselves will reach out to you to let you know you have an unusual jump in water usage, which can indicate a possible leak in your water line or a constantly running toilet. Whether it is an obvious pinhole in a water line, or an elusive and seemingly untraceable source of water, even though you’ve opened all the sheetrock around your water lines, your water leaks need to be located, addressed, and repaired.
If you share a common wall or common floor and ceiling with a neighbor or other tenant in a commercial space, water leaks can damage not only your space but cause issues in the adjacent spaces as well. It is imperative that all aspects of water leak evidence are inspected for and resolved, to provide you with peace of mind before you can begin your restoration work.
Our professional team at Stollwerck Plumbing is ready to explore, evaluate and fix your water leak issues as quickly as possible, to reduce the damage that water can do to your home or business. Stollwerck Plumbing works with homeowners, property management companies and businesses, to explore the source of your Everett water leaks and get them promptly repaired.
Professional Water Leak Detection Company | Why Choose Stollwerck
Our experienced plumbers use a wide array of techniques to trace the source of water and waste leaks, ranging from examining plumbing fixtures, performing traditional camera inspection of lines, FLIR camera inspections, smoke tests, and other exploratory options. If your water leak has already been located by a leak detection company, our team is ready to jump into action to perform the optimal plumbing repairs.
When water or wastewater has caused extensive damage necessitating immediate removal of flooring and walls, and structural repairs, we work in coordination with damage remediation companies, to provide the essential pipe repair services to bring you back into service. Stollwerck Plumbing and Sewer provides you with the expertise to repair pipe leak issues caused by the degradation of pipe materials, faulty joints or incorrectly installed pipes, punctures or ruptures in lines, or settling and shifting of earth or foundations around the pipe.
Water Leak Repair Services in Everett Offered by Stollwerck
Plumbing repairs, whether in water, waste, or gas lines, must be made by a licensed professional. Pipe materials can range from ABS, PVC, CPVC, PEX, copper, galvanized steel, to even cast iron. Knowing which material to use, in the correct application, and the correct method to not only join common materials but in cases where adaptive connections must be made, joining those different materials, is truly a job for a licensed plumbing professional. Service and repair by our team of knowledgeable plumbers provide you the reassurance that your leaks will be repaired using the proper materials for the job.
Basement Water Pipe Leaks Repair
Starting at the bottom of your home – either your basement or crawl space – Stollwerck Plumbing and Sewer has your water and waste leak repairs covered. If you notice smells of dampness or sewage in your basement areas, you may have water pipe or waste pipe leak issues. Evidence can also appear as staining, mold, and mildew on floors, walls, and ceilings. You may find water soaking up or through floor areas or seepages from pipes located behind walls or in ceilings. Whether the section of pipe is located in your crawl space or your slab, Stollwerck Plumbing performs all pipe leak repairs, with attention to detail and mindfulness of the finished look.
Repairs may entail opening sections of flooring or coring through a part of a foundation in order to properly repair the pipe. Our skilled plumbers are very conscious of creating and maintaining a clean workspace in your home or business, to minimize construction dust. Stollwerck Plumbing also offers a variety of leak detection devices, which range from simple systems with audible alarms to more complex wi-fi enabled systems, to help detect and prevent water leaks in basement areas.
Kitchen Water Line Leak Repair
Did your new refrigerator arrive from the local appliance store and discover the drywall behind your fridge next to the ice maker box has water damage or feels soft? Finding wet areas under your kitchen sink, and not quite sure what’s dripping? Are parts of the kitchen floor lifting, discoloring, or feeling squishy? Opening up an interior wall for a little remodeling and finding water spotted and mildewed wood framing with “pipes of unknown purpose?” Kitchen areas of your Everett home are very common areas for leaks to appear, as water using appliances need to be changed out over time, which can stress joints or connections in supply and waste lines. Also, your kitchen drains, are used every day.
Depending upon what is being disposed of down the drain and if prior chemical clog treatments were used to break up clogged lines, you never know what kind of wear and tear your pipes have been subjected to. When exploratory work reveals the location of the leak in the pipe or drain, and repairs need to be made, Stollwerck Plumbing employees take great care in creating neat openings, to allow for easier restoration work.
Bathroom Water Leak Repair
Bathroom leaks can be a little evasive, as leaks can be merely a sound you hear in a wall, or appear to be nothing more than puddles from drying off after a shower or the result of a shower curtain not closing quite all the way. These wet rooms in your home are also typically the location of lots of waterproof type surfaces – tile, vinyl, fiberglass, and glass – all of which can hide leaks in your water and waste lines.
Sometimes you won’t even notice leaky lines in the bathroom, the evidence may appear in adjoining rooms or closets, as the water makes its way through the other side of the wall, or even as warped boards on your exterior siding, if the leak is in an exterior wall. No matter where the leaks present, Stollwerck Plumbing & Sewer will sleuth out those problems, and get you back in service.
Outdoor Pipes Water Leak Repair
What about leaks outside? It rains a lot here in Everett – so how do I know there is a leak in my water line, as opposed to just standing water in my yard? Typically, the first sign of an issue is an increased use disclosed by your water bill. If you do find a spot in your yard between the meter and where your water enters your home, that seems extra wet, even during dry weather, this can be a sign of a water leak. You may notice a sudden drop in water pressure from your taps. Depending upon your utility company, they may reach out to you before that large water bill arrives, if they notice a sizable spike in water usage at your meter. Either the water company or you can perform a simple test to determine if there is a leak in the water supply after the water meter and before it enters your home.
Close the main water valve off where water enters your home (typically located in a garage, utility closet, or laundry room), and then look at your water meter by the street. If the meter is still spinning, it indicates water is still flowing, and you have a probable water line leak or break. Stollwerck Plumbing and Sewer is ready to provide an estimate with different options, to repair the line and see you are back in service.
Everett Water Leak Repair Service Professionals
When you need quality water leak repairs in Everett you can trust, call Stollwerck Plumbing for an in-person, thorough evaluation. We provide you a written quote for work to be performed before we commence repair work – so you know exactly what the cost will be. We treat your home and business like our own, with respect for your entire home, not just the area we are working in.
Stollwerck Plumbing is conveniently located just a mile away from Boulevard Bluffs neighborhood, to help you resolve those leak issues in a timely manner. Contact us today!