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Leaking pipe repair

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Why should you get your leaking pipe fixed by a plumber?

There are many water pipes which run through the home which benefit us every day: from running a hot bath to getting a glass of water from the tap. However, if one of these pipes starts to leak, there are a whole host of problems that homeowners face. Aside from obvious water damage, a leaking pipe could lead to boiler pressure dropping and central heating and water eventually cutting off. Calling a plumber will ensure the job is done properly, preventing any further damage the leak could do to your home.

How can Local Heroes help?

A Local Heroes Plumber can help fix your leaking pipe quickly and effectively. Once a Local Hero has located the leak, they will turn off the water supply and replace the damaged pipe. Although a temporary measure is available i.e. applying a pipe sealant to the leak, a permanent solution is always required.

Local Heroes helps you to find highly qualified Plumbers in your area, providing you with a selection of the experienced specialists and saving you the time and stress of finding options. Local Heroes Plumbers are on hand to fix pipework, bathroom issues, dripping taps and much more.

Do I need a Plumber?

Calling a plumber to fix a leaking pipe is the best thing you can do, as attempting pipe leak repair without relevant experience could lead to further damage and repair costs. Pipe leaks can also be in hidden places that a plumber would know how to find. If left unrepaired, leaks can lead to structural damage, rusted metal work and softened wood.

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Why a Plumber?

Plumbers and drainage engineers both work with water systems, but to separate their different expertise, a rule of thumb is that plumbers are concerned with water coming in to a building and drainage engineers with water coming out of a building. You should always hire a plumber if work includes pipes, installations and tanks required for water supply.

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