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What are the common causes of these plumbing leaks?

Old Pipes Lead to Leaks - Elder & Young Plumbing Company

Old Pipes

Pipes don't last forever. Older pipes are made from materials that are much more prone to corrosion, such as iron. When corrosion occurs, the pipe weakens and begins breaking down until eventually it breaks due to rusting or other issues. Consult the Orange County plumbing experts at E&Y if you suspect a leak. Leak detection

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Worn Pipe Joints

These connection points are the weakest points of your plumbing system. As the welds age, they become weaker and are often the cause of leaks within your walls. Consult Orange County's plumbing experts and E&Y if you suspect a leak. Leak detection services are advised.

High Water Pressure leads to leaks - Elder & Young Plumbing Company

High Water Pressure

Pressure is constantly pressing against the interior walls of the pipes in your plumbing system. This pressure is also causing pressure on the plumbing joints. If you think you have a leak, consider our leak detection service in Orange County.

Poor Plumbing Design and Planning leads to leaks - Elder & Young Plumbing Company

Poor Pipe Design and Planning

There are many factors involved when properly calculating the best ways to properly get water to fixtures and draining the water away. Consult the Orange County plumbing experts at E&Y if you suspect a leak. Leak detection services are advised.

Pipe Corrosion leads to leaks - Elder & Young Plumbing Company

Pipe Corrosion and Aging Pipes

Rust and corrosion can be a real issue for plumbing systems as they age. Corrosion can cause both leaks and can also lead to clogs. If you suspect a leak, leak detection services are advised.

Quick Temperature Changes

The changes in temperature can cause your pipes to expand and contract. Over years, the expansion and contraction will eventually cause joints and connections to wear down. If you think you have a leak, consider our leak detection service in Orange County.

Tree Root Intrusion lead to leaks - Elder & Young Plumbing

Tree Root Intrusion

Some of the most common water leaks can start outside your home rather than inside. Tree roots are one of the main causes. If you suspect a leak, leak detection services are advised.

Foundation Shifting and Settling leads to leaks - Elder & Young Plumbing Company

Foundation Shifting and Settling

The pipes in your house are more fragile than you might think. Erosion or an earthquake can cause the foundation can shift stressing pipes and joints. If you suspect a leak, leak detection services are advised.

What are the common symptoms of these plumbing leaks?

Higher Than Normal Water Bills

A lot of leaks go unnoticed, especially leaks related to outdoor plumbing and the main water line that feeds the house. These lines are often very old and they are some of the most common to break down over the years. If your water usage has not increased, but your bill has, you may have

Low Water Pressure

If you've noticed a decrease in water pressure that doesn't seem normal, or you simply have low water pressure, this may be an indication of a water leak either with the water main or the pipes in your home.

Wet Spots on Floor Around Sinks, Toilets and Tubs

If you notice a wet spot on the floor around a sink, toilet or tub, it may be nothing, or, it may be due to a water leak. Homeowners should regularly inspect the areas around sinks, toilets and tubs and look for wet spots or discoloration.

Puddles Inside or Outside Your Home

If you have water accumulating or puddling inside or outside your home, whether it be in a walkway, or on a floor, it could be an indicator of a water leak in the pipes.

A Musty Odor or Smell

Do you smell mildew or a musty odor? Over time, a consistent leak will provide the humidity necessary for mold to grow.

The Water Meter Runs When Nothing is Turned On

One of the easiest things a homeowner can do to understand if they have a water leak or not is to use the water meter as a measuring device. If all of your appliances and fixtures are turned off, including your water heater, and your water meter continues to run, it's a tell tale sign

Wet Spots Next to Walls

Water flows downhill. If you have a wet spot next to a wall that is next to a bathroom, it may be a sign of a leak in the bathroom or within the wall between the two rooms. However, if there is no bathroom next to a wet spot next to a wall, it's likely

Dripping Sounds or a Noisy Hiss

Some leaks are quiet, other leaks are not. If you hear dripping within a wall, it might tell you that there’s a leak above or behind the dripping area. Water will also follow studs and others structures within the wall.

Dark Areas on Concrete, Warped Flooring, Lifting Tiles, Wet Areas on the Floor or Carpet

Leaking water damages homes by seeping into their foundation and weakening structural components like walls, floors, and ceilings over time; this in turn causes cracks throughout your house. Unchecked leaking water is an all-around bad situation for homeowners because it not only affects the appearance of a property but also its safety – if left…

Sudden Cracks in the Foundation, Low Spots in Pavement and Potholes

When water seeps into the foundation of your house, that's when things get really serious! Not only will we have to worry about cracks in our walls and ceilings but also structural components like the beams supporting floors above us.

Water in the Street

It is important to know the signs of a leaking main water line. When there's nowhere for the overflow from your pipe to go, it will often seep up right in front of your home at the street!

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