Local Ipswich Shower & Bath Leaks Services
Hearing your shower drip continuously is one of the most annoying sounds you have to deal with as a homeowner, but you have to deal with it.
As a matter of fact, if you can hear it, you should consider yourself lucky because a lot of leaks happen in places you wouldn’t even know and hear.
So knowing that there is a problem with your shower or bath is already 50% of the solution to the problem that is the leaky shower or bath.
Unfortunately, that’s the 50% many people will never get to know about, the 50% that will make the other 50% impossible and cause more leaks to other places other than your shower (your wallet, for example) when the problem gets bigger than normal.
That is why today we want to share with you the ways you can know your shower is leaking so you can solve the first 50% of your problem.
In fact, we will do you one better: we will share with you how to deal with shower and bath leaks if you live in the Ipswich or Brisbane area.
Let’s get into it.
Constantly look for things like damp spots on the wall or places close to the shower head. You also want to check directly under the shower to see if it’s constantly wet.
Observe that the word “constantly” is used constantly. This is because it is important that you take note at every time you have the opportunity to.
Do not wait until it becomes a problem. Every time you take a shower or have to be in the bathroom for any reason possible, you should check the areas around to see if there is any leak.
Another thing you should note when you find a damp spot or water gathering around is that the leak might not be caused by the shower.
It might have happened in some distant place and the water rolled down to the place where the shower is. Very unlikely, but also very possible in a bathroom.
Try to trace the source of the leak, whether it is from the bathroom sink or pipes connected to the toilet. Don’t be in a hurry to change the shower or say the shower is the problem when you haven’t done a thorough investigation.
If the leak is from the shower, you might not have to replace it. It could be caused by some foreign objects clogging the holes through which water flows out, forcing water to flow out through another path. If this is the case, a simple clean-up will suffice.
If, however, you are confused about how to handle leaky shower and bath leaks, you can contact our plumbers in Brisbane or Ipswich to help you check it out.
We will handle 100% of your leaky shower problems and make sure you don’t have to worry about them any more.
Call our numbers today.