We can assist you in finding the leak and having it fixed as soon as possible, regardless of whether you are experiencing boiler pressure loss, can smell mold, have a wet area, or have a high water bill.
The effects of leaks should never be taken lightly. A 0.5mm leak may let about 5 gallons of water out per hour, seriously damaging your home and causing a spike in your water bill.
Whenever you have a leak, it is essential to find the exact cause and location. In addition to plumbing problems, there are other causes of leaks. With our specialized equipment and over 15 years of experience, we can identify the cause and origin of these “mystery” leaks quickly and efficiently. We at Built Right Construction understand that our clients are stressed and need fast, reliable service.
We locate the cause and origin of the leak using non-invasive technology. A detailed report will be provided to you detailing the findings so that you can file an insurance claim.
Although our technicians have a quick response time, there are a few steps you can take to prevent the plumbing issue from worsening before they arrive.
With plumbing throughout a house there are many opportunities for a broken or burst pipe to cause damage. You may experience a burst pipe under the house or in the basement, or a slow leak behind a wall from a broken pipe. Burst Pipes in the water system is one of the most common plumbing problems both in the home and the public system. Several things can cause Burst Pipes: Sometimes, it’s a long, slow leak that has caused significant damage over time. In other cases, a burst pipe is an emergency water damage situation that requires immediate action.
If a pipe bursts in the ceiling or floor it can be some time before you notice and all too often the first, you know is when the bulge appears or the water flows in a torrent. We can offer drying services and flood cuts when needed to assure no further spread of water damage to the property.
By code, you are required to have an external cleanout on your sewer lateral, but many older houses do not have a cleanout, which makes clearing your sewer line difficult and unreliable.