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At Feehan Plumbing, Heating and Cooling, we have helped hundreds of customers with all kinds of home water leaks, such as leaking walls and leaking ceilings. An unattended leak can cause much further damage than expected, so it is better to get the problem fixed before serious issues arise. Call Feehan, and we’ll dispatch a trained technician to confirm the potential leak, find the leak and fix the leak before any further damage is done to your home.
If you notice a damp spot on your walls or your ceiling, check other portions of your home to see if there are signs of dampness. If you see more than one damp spot, that could mean you have a roof leak. Also, check your water meter during a time that no water is being used in your home. Make a note of the reading, and then check it about eight hours later. If the meter has moved, then that could mean you have a water leak that has not been detected.
Other signs you may have leaking walls or a leaking ceiling include:
If you have reason to suspect that you have a water leak, but you can’t tell where it is coming from, Feehan can send a technician to perform a leak search. This could entail cutting out damaged drywall or the drywall closest to the leak in order to find the source of the problem.
Any home water leak, whether it is a leaky wall, a leaky ceiling or anything else, can be a hazard. We have seen too many instances where a leak has been left undetected for far too long, and ultimately caused significant damage to carpeting, flooring, drywall and several other areas. This is particularly troublesome, because there are several leaks that can be easily prevented with a simple repair.
If your home is suffering from a water leak, get in touch with Feehan Plumbing today!