Springfield, IL Water Leak Repair

Professional leak repair stops water waste and prevents further water damage to your home

Who Do You Call for Water Leaks?

Whether you see water pouring from a broken pipe or suspect signs are present indicating a water leak, it’s important that you have a trusted Springfield, IL plumber to call for help. In central Illinois, MB Heating & Cooling is the plumber many of your neighbors count on.

We understand just how damaging water leaks can be in the home. Our goal is to help our customers stop leaks and prevent extensive damage through fast responses and 24/7 availability. Every second makes a difference to the extent of water damage caused by a pipe leak. We take quick measures to cut water flow and get to work making the needed repairs.

Signs You Need a Leak Repaired

Leaks in plumbing pipes are certainly not as easy to detect as a leaky faucet. Your faucet drips right in front of you, while pipe leaks occur behind walls, in ceilings and under floors. Major pipe leaks produce clear signs of water damage pretty fast – of course that makes no difference if no one is home to spot it. 

More minor leaks that are hidden take more time to produce obvious visual signs. A pipe may be leaking for weeks behind walls, rotting out wood and forming undetected mold growth. 

Whenever you notice signs of a leak’s existence, you need the help of a plumber. As we mentioned, you don’t know how long it’s been going on, or the extent of the issue hiding within your home.

These signs tell you a leak is likely present in your home:

  • Water marks on ceilings and walls
  • Discolored paint and wallcoverings
  • Flooring damage
  • Wet spots in the home
  • Visible mold growth on walls and ceilings
  • Steady smell of mustiness or mold
  • Water bill spikes
  • Running water meter when all water is off

Call MB Heating & Cooling to request leak repair service whenever the signs are noticed.

#1 Plumbing Contractors in Springfield, IL

We work fast to stop water damage and restore the integrity of your plumbing system.