Aurora Plumbing Company Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Plumbing Leaks’

What Every Homeowner Should Know about Slab Leaks

Monday, February 6th, 2017

what-every-homeowner-should-know-about-slab-leaksThe city of Aurora works hard to ensure that residents understand everything they do to ensure a safe and healthy water system. You can rest assured that the quality of your water is sanitary and that your community supports water conservation efforts. When it comes to your plumbing, however, the responsibility falls on your shoulders. One of the most devastating plumbing emergencies you can run into—if not addressed right away—is a slab leak.

A slab leak is the industry term for a leak in one of the water lines that runs below the concrete flooring of your home. Unfortunately, because they are hidden from view, they are often very difficult for the average homeowner to detect. The right professional Aurora, CO slab leak services will be able to ensure whether or not that is a plumbing problem you’re suffering from. In the meantime though, it’s important to know on your own what to look, listen, or feel for.

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Leaks in Your Toilet: When to Repair and When to Replace

Monday, July 20th, 2015

A leaky toilet is a frustrating ordeal. It can be a mess to clean up after, and without any plumbing experience, you may not know what to expect. Will you have to replace your entire toilet? In some instances, this is a yes. But in most cases, replacing or repairing a small part of the toilet can solve the problem.

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Could You Benefit from Water Leak Detection Services?

Monday, June 15th, 2015

Sometimes, a leak in your plumbing system will come in the form of a burst pipe, spraying water all over your property. Some leaks drip from the second floor, while others cause water to pool around your sink. But not all leaks are as evident right away. Hidden plumbing leaks can be some of the most problematic, and you may need a professional to identify them. Take a look at some of the more subtle signs of a leak, and find out why you should schedule water leak detection services at the first sign of plumbing trouble–or even if nothing seems wrong at all.

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