You’ve found a leak in your plumbing! Leaks are some of the most serious plumbing problems, as they can cause major damage to your home. What seems like a minor leak can drastically affect the structure of your home. Even the dripping faucets and running toilets can add up. Don’t waste any time getting that leak repaired.
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Dealing With Leaks
How to stop a water leak (for now)
Use these temporary techniques to minimize the effects of water damage in your home while you wait for the plumber to arrive.
Pipe wrap tape
Manufactured by SharkBite and others, pipe wrap tape can be used to temporarily stop a leaky pipe. You can pick some up at your local hardware store, Lowes, or Home Depot.
A quick solution in a pinch, the Flex Seal spray can creates a layer of flexible rubber that is relatively waterproof. Flex Seal may help to stop or slow minor (pinhole) leaks for a limited time, but be sure you have a professional plumber investigate the problem to prevent further damage.
Water Line Leaks
Some of the most difficult leaks to detect are those buried underground on your main water line. This single pipe delivers all the water to your home, and a leak here can be costly. It’s important to locate and stop water line leaks as soon as possible, to prevent possible damage to your lawn or even your home.
Learn more about Water Line Repair