Thursday, June 13, 2024

Commercial Services

Here in Sewer Repair Service Houston, you are our number first priority. As long as we can solve your problem we can make it just to give you a satisfying service, like in PLUMBING we know that it is the system of pipes and tanks or simply the main source of water supply so without this we don't have water in our house or even in other buildings. We just want to ensure that we are helping you to solve your problem when it comes to water damage.

Here are some examples of water leaking:   

Splash leaks

Splash leaks are simply water escaping past a shower curtain or a shower door. Plumbers tell us it's the most common type of bathroom leak. Although it may sound minor, this leak causes major damage when water seeps into the sub floor where flooring meets the tub or shower. Before long the vinyl flooring or tiles begin to loosen. Even worse, the plywood sub floor delaminates and rots, requiring a huge, expensive tear out and replacement project.

Signs of trouble:

  • Curling vinyl flooring or loose tiles next to the tub.
  • Peeling paint or flaking, chalky-looking wood finish near the shower.
  • Water stains on the ceiling or joists below.
  • Mold spots on the wall or floor near the tub or shower.
  • If you use a curtain, look for standing water on the floor after you shower
Tile leaks

Tile leaks occur when water seeps through deteriorating grout or caulk and gets into the wall behind the tile (Figure A). Depending on the materials used to set the tile, this can lead to tile falling off the wall, severe rotting of the wall framing, and damage to the sub floor, joists or ceiling below.

Signs of trouble:

  • Loose tiles.
  • Persistent mold.
  • If the shower is against an exterior wall, you may find an area of peeling paint outside.
  • Stains on the ceiling under the shower.
Toilet flange leaks

Toilet flange leaks occur where the toilet meets the waste pipe below. They allow water to seep out at every flush, which will wreck flooring, rot the sub floor and joists, and damage the ceiling.

Signs of trouble:

  • Water seeping out around the base of the toilet.
  • Loose or damaged flooring.
  • Stains on the ceiling below.
  • A toilet that rocks slightly when you push against it. This movement will eventually break the wax seal between the toilet and the closet flange.
Sink rim leaks

Sink rim leaks allow water to seep under the rim or the base of the faucet. They will gradually destroy your cabinets and counter tops in kitchens and bathrooms.

Signs of trouble:

  • Puddles, dampness or water stains inside the cabinet.
  • Loose plastic laminate near sink.
  • A loose faucet base.
  • Deteriorating caulk around sink.
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