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Bathroom Pipe Leaks

How do your check for bathroom leaks in your house? The first sign of bathroom pipe leaks will be the water stains on the ceiling of the room directly below. It is usually a sign that the leak has caused some damage to the hidden parts of your bathroom and you will require the services of a plumber, or you can do it by yourself.

The first procedure to locate bathroom pipe leaks is working backward towards the evidence of the leakage and tries to find its source. You can decide to isolate if it is a water pipe that is leaking by turning off the water lines in that section for a stipulated period of time.

If the water stops running, it may not be caused by bathroom pipe leaks, but a drain leak or a vent leak emerging from the outside of the vent pipe coming from above. If you are still not sure of its source, drill a small hole in the section you are suspecting and make use of an inspection camera in case the pipes are pressurised.

In addition to that, you can choose to drain the water lines and pressurise them using air which pushes to more higher pressures and quickly identifies your bathroom pipe leaks by producing a hissing sound of the escaping air. In most cases, many holes are not water line leaks, but often linked to vents, drain, overflows, spillage, grout, and caulking.

When making repairs to bathroom pipe leaks, it depends on the type and location of the hole. You may be required to open up the walls preferably from the other side of your bathroom, locate and identify the leak. Repair the areas producing the leak by either sealing or soldering. If you are not sure of what to do, seek the services of water leaks Detection Company.