Our Leak Evaluation Experts Are Just A Phone Call Away
Plumbing leaks can be incredibly frustrating, especially if you aren’t sure where the leak is coming from. If you’ve been losing money and sleep over a leak in your plumbing system, let the team at Stadler Plumbing & Heating put your mind at ease. We are a licensed and insured, professional plumbing company with over 20 years of industry experience. Our team specializes in leak testing and leak evaluation services, and can quickly pinpoint the problem area and make the needed repairs. Our leak testing services have helped countless homeowners in Macomb, Oakland, and St. Clair counties identify and resolve issues associated with the following:
- Frozen Pipes – Winter time here in Michigan can get pretty frigid, causing water in pipes to freeze and pipes to burst. And when this happens, you can experience blockages, flooding, and other unpleasant repercussions. But those of us here at Stadler Plumbing & Heating can help! We can quickly identify and repair any frozen pipes and provide you with preventive tips and services to keep it from happening in the future. Learn more about our frozen pipe evaluation and repair services here.
- Leaky Pipes & Faucets – Leaky pipes and faucets can end up costing you hundreds and even thousands in water waste and water damage, especially if left untreated – but we can help. We have the equipment and the experience to locate the cause of the leak and quickly make the needed repairs. Whether that means replacing a piece of piping or repairing a worn out O-ring, you can count on us to get the job done.
- Drain Leaks – Do you have a leaky drain pipe in your home? Say goodbye to the frustration and water damage with Stadler Plumbing & Heating. We come to each and every job equipped with commonly needed tools and replacement parts and can resolve your issue promptly.
Some Signs To Look For
Not all leaks are obvious, but here are some signs that you may have a problem:
- Water on the floor, under the sink, around the bathtub/shower, or around the toilet
- Water-damaged walls or ceilings
- A decrease in water pressure
- Constant dripping
- Sudden spikes in your water bill