If you notice that your bills for water are higher than usual, you may have a leak. Sometimes you may see there is mold and mildew in your bathroom, or in your kitchen and laundry room, and possibly there is a musty or damp smell in your home that indicates an issue.
Health, Structural, and Flood Hazards
Not taking care of a leak can pose health, structural, and flood hazards to your home and those living in it.
- Without finding out where the leak is coming from with leak detection services, mold can begin to form and can cause allergies, headaches, and other respiratory issues.
- When a leak goes undetected and mold begins to form in your home, the drywall can become damaged. You may need to invest in expensive and extensive home renovations as a result.
- A leak that remains unfixed and is not caught with leak detection procedures can also eventually contribute to certain areas of the home flooding. This flooding may damage furniture and possession in your home and may even prohibit you from using certain areas of your home due to damage from the leak.
If you suspect your home has a leak, don’t wait to call Kenny Bunch Plumbing 972-429-5213