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Leak Detection & Repair Services in Yakima & the Tri-Cities

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Not much is more frustrating than a leak. Not only can it be annoying, but it can also lead to worsening issues with your plumbing down the line. When you’re facing a leak in your plumbing system, it’s crucial to hire a team of professionals to detect the problem and correct it ASAP — that’s where Campbell & Company comes in! You can expect a quick response and exceptional service with us every time. Our knowledge and industry-leading tools allow us to tackle even the most stubborn of leaks.

Ready to work with us? Contact our team today at 509-545-9848 or schedule online for a time that best works for you!

Signs You Have a Plumbing Leak

Leaks within your home's plumbing can be very tricky to catch. Your pipes are hidden by walls, and leaks can also occur deep within your sewer line or even within your concrete slab. Because spotting these leaks is so difficult, it's important to keep an eye out for the different signs that indicate something might be leaking. Look out for the following signs for each type of plumbing leak:

Interior Pipe Leaks

  • Water stains: Check for water stains or discoloration on walls, ceilings, or floors. These can indicate a leak behind the surface.
  • Damp or musty odor: A persistent musty or damp smell in a specific area of your home could be a sign of hidden water damage.
  • Low water pressure: A sudden drop in water pressure in faucets or showerheads can indicate a leak in the water supply pipes.
  • Puddles or standing water: Pools of water or puddles in unusual places, such as under sinks or near appliances, are clear signs of a leak.
  • Sounds of running water: If you hear the sound of running water when no fixtures are in use, it may indicate a hidden pipe leak.

Concrete Slab Leaks

  • Warm or cold spots: If certain areas of your floor feel unusually warm or cold, it could be due to a hot water or cold water supply line leak beneath the concrete slab.
  • Cracks in flooring: The presence of unexplained cracks or moisture damage in your floor, especially in a pattern, can be a sign of a slab leak.
  • High water bills: A sudden and significant increase in your water bill without a corresponding increase in usage can be a red flag for a concealed leak.

Exterior & Sewer Line Leaks

  • Foul odors: A strong, sewage-like smell in or around your home could signal a sewer line leak.
  • Slow drainage: Multiple slow-draining sinks, showers, or toilets can indicate a sewer line issue.
  • Gurgling sounds: Unusual gurgling noises in drains or toilets may suggest a sewer line blockage or leak.
  • Soggy, sunken, or lush areas: Wet or sunken spots in your yard or areas that look particularly lush may indicate a sewer leak, especially if they are near the sewer line.

If you notice any of these signs, call our team at 509-545-9848 ASAP to schedule leak detection and repair services.

The Importance of Getting a Leak Repaired ASAP

Leaks should never go unaddressed. When you become aware of a leak, schedule with us at your earliest convenience! Leaving a leak means you are risking the following:

High water bills

Water damage

Mold and mildew that can pose health problems

Don’t run the risk of allowing leaks to cause more problems. Schedule service with us online today!

Choose Campbell & Company for Expert Leak Detection & Repair

Campbell & Company has delivered top-notch leak detection and repair services to our community since 1983, and we don’t plan on stopping anytime soon! Our quick, reliable service is offered 24/7 for your convenience, and our team is fully licensed and insured for better peace of mind. We work tirelessly until your satisfaction is achieved, and we proudly service all brands!

When you have a leak, you can count on Campbell & Company to set it right. Call 509-545-9848 or reach out online for prompt service!

Frequently Asked Questions

What should I do if a major water leak happens?

For instances such as burst pipes, turn off your water immediately while you wait for professional help.

How can I tell where a leak is coming from?

Detecting the source of a leak can be difficult, especially if you don’t have the proper equipment. One test you can perform at home is to add a few drops of food coloring into your toilet tank. After waiting for 10 minutes, if the water in the toilet bowl is colored, your toilet is leaking. Otherwise, it’s best to call in a professional with specialized skills and tools to detect the source of any leaks.
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