Pipes and Water Leaks
A small leak in your Dallas residential plumbing can become a large problem than can incur major damages to your home. If left undetected, a small leak can cause dangerous molds to grow and damage the structure of your home. However, our plumbing experts can find all of the concealed leaks right away with our ultrasonic leak detection equipment, saving you lots of time and money. You can depend on Metro-Flow Plumbing in Dallas for our rapid response, excellent results, customer satisfaction guarantee, and reliable warranties.
If your home is currently flooding because of a water pipe leak, then please do the following: Immediately turn off the water source to your home. Call Metro-Flow Plumbing if you are unsure how to cut off the water source. Our number is (214) 328-7371. We can guide you to the shut off location. You can also call Metro-Flow Plumbing to have a plumber dispatched if you are uncomfortable finding the water source yourself. Our plumbing specialists can be at your location within minutes.
PROBLEM: COPPER PIPES WITH PINHOLE LEAKS
The water in Dallas is known to have a corrosive effect on copper water pipes. This means that over time, your copper pipes are slowly corroding. As this damage occurs, lead and copper oxide from the soldered joints are released into your family’s tap water. It is possible for our ultrasonic leak detection equipment to detect pinholes the result from the corrosion of the pipes, but eventually the entire piping system will need to be replaced. The interior of the pipe will keep thinning out and develop new leaks. The service of replacing the piping system is called a re-pipe. Call on Metro-Flow Plumbing Dallas technicians today to learn more about our re-piping methods and cost. We have the most talented plumbers in Dallas.
PROBLEM: POLYBUTYLENE PIPE ISSUES
Polybutylene is a soft, gray plastic pipe. It was popular in the plumbing industry between the 1970’s and the1990’s. After it’s installation in many homes, it was discovered the it was an unreliable product due to it’s rapid rate of deterioration. If you bought a house, conodo, or mobile home in any U.S. state after September 12, 1999, it may have polybutylen parts installed as part of it’s plumbing structure. There is a pipe replacement program that won’t cost the homeowner anything to replace these pipes. If your Dallas home’s plumbing is composed of polybutylene pipes that were installed between January 1, 1978 and July 31, 1995, you may qualify for the free re-pipe program. Call Metro-Flow Plumbing if you are concerned about your home’s pipes and a local Dallas plumber will be happy to check out your home for polybutylene pipes and determine your eligibility.
PROBLEM: HIGH WATER BILL
Do you notice a hissing noise in the walls near plumbing fixtures? Is your home’s water bill suddenly higher than normal? Your home may have an underground water leak if either one of these conditions is true. You can verify the following: There are no outside faucets running, such as a lawn irrigation system or a faucet hidden behind foliage. No toilets are running continuously.