Water Leak Repairs
Maintenance & Repairs
A plumbing leak can be disastrous if not handled immediately. Our highly experienced plumbers are available 24 hours a day to solve your water leak emergencies. We strive to offer the best in customer service and plumbing expertise on every job - big or small.
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Replacements & Installations
With Decades of Experience in Plumbing Technology, We Have the Expert Advice You Need to Select the Perfect Piping Products for Your Home or Business. We recommend the most dependable and reliable brands. When your piping needs to be replaced, we do the job right the first time.
24 Hour Emergency Services
Jersey Plumbing Service is dedicated to your comfort and daily necessities. Our experienced technicians continue to train and educate themselves on the best and newest technologies in plumbing. Keep your home protected by quickly replacing failed pipes, or repairing leaks straight away.
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Whether you have a Fixture Leak, a Pipe Leak, or a Mystery Leak, our Professionally Trained Plumbers are available 24 hours a day to protect your home from water damage. From basic maintenance and repair, to complete system replacements, Jersey Plumbing is a name you can trust.
Types of Water Leaks
Leaking Plumbing Fixtures (Faucets, Showers, Tubs)
A Number of Factors Can Cause Leaks in Faucets and Fixtures:
Loose or Worn out O Ring
Worn out Washer
Improper installation of Washer/Wrong size washer
Worn out Seals
There are easy fixes for leaks in your actual hose, but if your hose always leaks from certain places, you may need a plumber to come solve the problem for you.
If the leak is around the connection to the water tap, it may be the hose fitting or the spigot. If water wells up around the handle, a packing washer may be worn out or packing nut, too loose.
If the leak is from the faucet, it is most likely the packing nut and may need tighening. go bad as easily and the above will work just fine.
If your hose is leaking from either of the fitting ends, you most likely have a bad or missing gasket.
There are about 5 separate locations where your toilet seals can fail and leak. Most of these can be repaired with simple tightening or replacing of the seal. The largest fix is the wax ring at the base of the toilet. If you see water around the base of the toilet and you've eliminated all of the other locations as a cause for the leak, the toilet will have to be lifted from the floor and the wax ring replaced.
Identifying Water Leaks
Leaking Pipes Can Have Many Causes:
High Water Pressure
Signs of Leaky Pipes
Outrageous Water Bills
Stained, Sagging or Damaged Walls and Ceilings
Mold and mildew on non-shower walls
Burst Frozen Pipe
Sewer Main Repair