Leaky pipes are no laughing matter. In fact, if your home has leaky pipes, even just one, and it goes unnoticed, you could end up paying a lot more on your monthly water bill — and even your water-heating costs.
When a pipe leaks, you need to address the problem fast. And although you might be tempted to fix the leak yourself, that’s not always a wise decision. There’s often more to a leaky pipe than meets the eye. Detecting a serious problem generally requires expert training and experience. Further, professional plumbers have access to key tools necessary to get the job done right, like these:
- Propane torches.
- Plumber’s wrenches.
Most of the tools that professionals use are designed to seamlessly connect new portions of installed pipe so that they don’t leak in the future, which is a must for a long-lasting, durable plumbing system.
But an expert plumber also has access to detection devices, offering the best way to identify leaks, ensuring that every inch of your plumbing system is checked. If you suspect that you have a leak in the water line from your house to your city supply line, you’ll want a plumber with some form of electronic detection tools, so that if you need any excavation work, you’ll be digging exactly where the problem is, and nowhere else.
At Apollo Home Heating, Cooling & Plumbing, we offer competitive and expert plumbing services. A few highlights of our services include:
- Expert, qualified plumbers who are insured and licensed.
- Easy scheduling with our customer service representatives available 24/7.
- Our promise to never charge overtime — even for emergency work.
- Instead, we offer a competitive, industry-leading flat fee of $79 for plumbing service.
- We guarantee your satisfaction with the work performed.
- We will always give you a price quote for repair work before beginning any work
Got leaky pipes? Call the best, and contact Apollo Home Heating, Cooling & Plumbing. Find out why more and more homeowners in the Cincinnati area get in touch with our experts when they have leaky pipes and plumbing problems.
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