Water leaks can cause extensive structural damage to your home’s walls, flooring, and basement. Contact Dial One Johnson Plumbing, Cooling & Heating to prevent water leaks from damaging your home. We offer comprehensive water leak repair in Texas, and our technicians have the training, experience, and equipment necessary to find and repair any leak in your home.
We use camera inspection technology and other advanced methods to identify leaks in plumbing systems and seal them quickly. Count on us for quality plumbing work that exceeds your expectations. We also provide efficient customer service and affordable rates backed by our 100% satisfaction guarantee. Contact Dial One Johnson Plumbing, Cooling & Heating for an in-home assessment.
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Wherever there is a water line in your home, is potential for a water leak. Our team is prepared to take on any type of water leak inside or outside, regardless of the fixture, pipe, or appliance. Some common water leak issues we address include
Are you concerned there may be a plumbing leak inside or outside your home? Leaks equate to money down the drain and can result in a gradual or even rapid rise in your utility bill. Some leak locations are obvious, with water spraying or dripping from a pipe or fixture.
Other leaks may only show signs such as pooled water, or wet drywall and flooring, making it a challenge to pinpoint where they originated from. We offer the following leak repair services:
Water can invade your home via the concrete foundation or slab. It can rise through the bottom or drip in your basement. We can identify the areas in the concrete where the water is leaking and seal the slab to prevent further leaks in your home.
A plumbing system can last for 50 years. However, time and the elements can damage your plumbing, creating burst pipes and loose connections. If you have a pipe leak, contact us right away. We can reseal the plumbing or perform repiping.
Toilet leaks are often noisy because they typically cause loud drips. You may leak the tank or main bowl if you hear dripping or see water around the toilet base. We can reseal your toilet, so water no longer leaks on the floor.
Because of the fixture’s design, plumbing fixtures have some of the most difficult water leaks. Drain openings, valves, and faucets have components that can wear out. Our certified plumbers can fix any fixture leak in your home.
Contact us today if you notice water or sewage backing up in your plumbing or smelly drains. We can inspect your sewer to determine the cause and location of the leak. We offer trenchless sewer line repair to fix your sewer and minimize yard damage.
Appliances such as your dishwasher or refrigerator can leak water if the connections are loose. Although these types of leaks are easy to fix, you may only know they are occurring once the water has already caused extensive damage to your floor.
It is important to contact a professional if you suspect a plumbing leak. Waiting to call a professional can result in irreversible damage to your floors, walls, ceiling, and furnishings and provide an ideal environment for mold to grow.
We are available from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., seven days a week, to help determine where your water leak is coming from and offer you options for repair or replacement. Plumbing leaks can quickly lead to catastrophic structural damage in your home, so don’t wait to call us if there is water where it shouldn’t be.
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You should first turn off the water from your main water valve when you discover a leak. The valve is usually located inside your home, near where the water enters your home and past the meter. Every home is different, so you may want to consult the most recent inspection or building blueprint to find the valve.
It’s a common misconception that a leak has to be a dripping ceiling or pipe burst. But in reality, any time water flows when it shouldn’t is a “leak.” So even if your shower or sink has a constant drip that you’ve learned to deal with, you have a leak (at the fixture and your wallet).
Leaks can happen anywhere in your home, but there are some places where it’s most common. Leaks most often happen in fixtures that aren’t built or installed correctly. Water heater leaks are also a common issue.