The Environmental Protection Agency has deemed March 16-22 as Fix a Leak Week. Every year in March, the EPA reminds homeowners to check their plumbing fixtures and irrigation systems and repair any leaks. Household leaks can waste thousands of gallons of water collectively, which is a significant amount that could be saved. By checking for leaks now, you can prevent expensive water damage and save money on your water bill year-round.

Early detection is key

Checking for leaks in your New Jersey home is a significant way to monitor water usage and educate yourself on what causes leaks and how to detect a leak early on before it causes detrimental damage. There are several reasons you should fix the leaks in your home or business building in Northern NJ that can prevent headaches and stress down the road. Even tiny leaks can have a large impact on your home. Fixing these leaks prevents more than just unnecessary water usage; it can help you save money, deter your house from being susceptible to moisture damage and mold growth, and can keep your plumbing units in the home running efficiently and healthily.

A professional plumbing contractor can help

Professional help should be sought for common plumbing problems such as leaks. Pipe Works Services’s certified plumbing technicians are more than just leak-savvy. We can offer solutions to all of your plumbing problems as well as provide professional advice on how to keep the irrigation systems within your home running the way they should.

We offer emergency plumbing services and maintenance services to help water flow throughout a home efficiently including drain cleaning and part replacements. We can also find and fix underground leaks. Call us at (973) 657-5771 or fill out our contact form to schedule your free estimate for plumbing services in Chatham, Madison, Summit, and all surrounding areas!

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