Solving Water and Gas Leaks
Most homeowners associate plumbing leaks with leaking water pipes, and thus flooding. However, some leaks are harder to spot. But finding even small leaks is necessary in order to avoid the potential damage leaking pipes can cause. If you’ve got a gas leak on your property, then you can contact Wood’s Plumbing to locate the source of the leak.
So, are you in need of help with your home plumbing? If so, then we can help! Whatever your water and gas leak issue may be, our plumbing team has the tools, talent, and technology necessary in order to promptly rectify the problem. Thus, you’ll always have someone to call in a crisis. If you’re in a fix, then don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today!
Finding Leaks Throughout Your Home or Business
- Shower valves
- Water filters
- Reverse osmosis systems
- Water softeners
Let us find the leaks in your plumbing system and repair them before they become serious and expensive to fix.
Water Leak Indicators
- High water bill
- Sound of water running through pipes when water is not being used
- Running toilets
- Dripping faucets
- Musty odors from floors or walls
- Soft spots on walls
- Warm areas or moist areas on floors
- Unusually moist or wet areas in the yard
Valuable Benefits for Customers
No Overtime or Weekend Charges
Got a Gas Leak? Call Our Experienced Technicians!
You can trust our experienced team of technicians in the Tucson area to respond promptly, so you’ll never have to be kept waiting. We’ll also locate and fix the problem with as little damage to your property as possible.
We have high-tech video inspection and electronic leak detection equipment so we can locate leaks in your plumbing system. So, are you ready to get started? If you’d like to learn more about our services, then call (520) 682-2233 to get started!
Signs of Gas Leaks
If you experience any of these indications of the presence of gas, then you are in danger. Before you do anything else, turn off the gas at the meter immediately and then call the gas company or any other professional. Gas can be extremely dangerous, so it’s important to act quickly. These are some of the signs of a deadly gas leak.
Excessively high gas bill
Rotten egg odor
Brown or dead spaces in yard lawn or plant areas