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The water trickling out from your pipes can lead to a lot of destruction to your household, and some of it can be exceptionally expensive to repair. The water that drips out can create water damage to walls and flooring. It can also lead to mold build up which would necessitate you to hire a mold expert. In order to avoid paying for the irreversible damage that water from pipes can cause, it is best to call us at Jiffy Plumbing and Heating quickly for a professional plumber to address your troubles.

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Leaking pipes are no fun. The scenario is one of those significant plumbing accidents that we see in movies. The pipes start as just dripping, then eventually they pop and a whole lot of water appears spraying out. Fortunately, pipes do not pop like that very often, but it is important to get seeping pipes fixed as soon as practical in order to avoid additional issue to your pipes and other spaces of your home. Here are some other services that you may want to have reviewed:

  • drainpipe clearing up
  • garbage disposal repair service
  • Tube bib setup
  • Insulation installment
  • pipeline cleaning
  • drain repair work
  • shower repair
  • sink repair
  • bathroom repair service
  • hot water heater repair work
  • shutoff repair work
  • water service

A plumber will perform a number of steps in order to cut down the amount of water deterioration to your home and ensure that the pipes are closed up and will not leak any longer. Take a look at the measures he will take below to learn more about the technique.
1. The plumber will start off with shutting off the water valve and turning on all of the taps to empty any water that is left behind in the pipes. This will protect against any extra water from spilling out while he is doing work which will cut back the amount of total water deterioration to your property.
2. Next, the plumber will towel the pipe dry and make sure that it is truly dry and no water is slipping out.
3. Once the pipe has dried out entirely, he will put some epoxy over the ruined, leaky area.
4. Next, your plumber will blanket your leaky pipes with rubber and tape to provide a sturdy, double coating of protection.
5. Once all of these stages are executed, he will flip the water back on to make sure that the pipes are no longer trickling.
If the drip is a bigger one, then your plumber may need to go through a different system. See the guidelines of this other approach below:

  • After turning off the water and emptying any water left behind in the pipes, your plumber will check the measurements of your pipe to get a replacement piece at a home enhancement store.
  • His next move will be to cut out the part of the pipe that is leaking.
  • He then needs to sand and polish the ends of the pipe kept in place.
  • If the older pipes are copper, then he must join the pieces of pipes jointly. If your pipes are made of a varied material, then he can buy a fusion piece instead.
  • After the pipes have been joined together, your plumber will flip the water back on just to make sure that your dripping pipes are corrected.

For any plumbing service issues you may have in your Potomac home or business, be sure to contact us today at Jiffy Plumbing. You Call…We Come! 24/7/365