Water Leak Repair
Water Leak Repair

Water Leak Repair Services 

A rising water bill is a sign water might be leaking within your home. Hidden leaks cause problems like mold, mildew, and higher water bills. Don’t bite your lip in anticipation of your next bill—let Day & Night help you determine whether or not your home has a leak. Book a service in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Goodyear, or a surrounding service area

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Common Types of Water Leaks 

It’s hard to imagine, but your home is lined with all kinds of pipes that are filled with water. So when one of them leaks or bursts, you could have a big problem on your hands. At Day and Night, we’ve seen our fair share of water leaks. Below are some of the most common types of leaks we’ve been handling for years.

Toilet Leaks 

Toilet leaks may not seem like a big deal right off the bat, but don’t be fooled. Toilet leaks can drain large amounts of water. This loss of water volume can lead to spikes in your water bill, causing you to pay way more than necessary.

Faucet Leaks 

Another common type of leak is a faucet leak. Faucet leaks usually stem from hard water or pressure problems. Check underneath your bathroom or kitchen sinks, and inspect the P-trap for any moisture. Sometimes components just need a simple tightening, but contacting a professional is the best way to determine the true source of the leak.

Supply Line Leaks 

Supply line leaks are hard to identify until you see water spots on your ceiling and walls. These leaks aren’t directly associated with appliances or fixtures, so identifying them can be a challenge. Our plumbing experts use the latest technology to identify and address even the most challenging leaks.

Tub Leaks 

Ever step out of the bath and into a pool of water? Tub leaks are common and may originate from holes or cracks in the shower floor. Turn your tub’s water on and off—do you see water collecting at the base of your tub? If so, there’s probably a leak happening somewhere within your tub or shower.

Appliance Seal Leaks 

Appliance seals aren’t designed to last forever. If you’re noticing puddles of water around your washing machine, dishwasher, refrigerator, or other appliance, you should give a professional a call. Some cases may result from manufacturer defects.

Pipe Joint Leaks 

The connection between two pipes is called a pipe joint. When this connection loosens or is compromised in any way, a leak may spring. General wear and tear is a common cause of pipe joint leaks. Make sure you’re taking action by contacting your local plumbing contractor when faced with a pipe joint problem.

Water Heater Leaks

Water heater leaks can cause your water bill to skyrocket. These types of leaks are almost always linked to traditional tank-style water heaters. Contact Day & Night about your water heater leak, and consider a tankless option for greater durability and reliability.

Washing Machine Leaks

A pool of water surrounding your washing machine isn’t something you want to come home to. Unfortunately, washing machines can leak; and when they do, you need to act fast. Washing machine leaks are typically caused by a tilted overflow tube or clog in the machine.

Signs You Have a Water Leak 

Some leaks are obvious, but others can be much less conspicuous. You might have a leak in your home if you notice signs like:

  • Water Pressure Drop
  • Damp Spots in Walls or Ceilings
  • Spike in Water Bill
  • Warped Floors or Wet Carpet 
  • Pool of Water Around Appliances

Water Leak Repair Services 

For over 40 years, Phoenix residents have trusted Day & Night to get the job done right. Whether it’s a toilet leak at two in the morning or a pipe problem on a holiday, our team offers emergency plumbing services to fix leaks of all sizes. Let’s take care of your plumbing issues today. 


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What Customers Are Saying

“Outstanding service from Day and Night. Had a leak on Thanksgiving day. Called the next morning and had a Plumber on site in 2hrs. Tony was fantastic. Super nice and quick to find our leaking pipe. 5 star plus service!” - Herman E.