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Leak Repair in Renton, WA

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From washing dishes to flushing the toilet to taking a shower, your home uses hundreds of gallons of water every single day just with regular use. Pipes are typically able to handle it all, but occasionally issues occur that prevent your plumbing system from operating as expected. Whenever you discover a leak, it is essential that you contact a professional as soon as possible. The Plumbing Joint has provided trustworthy plumbing services since 1973. Trust our team for leak repair in Renton.

The Plumbing Joint proudly serves customers in Renton and many of the surrounding areas. Contact us online or call (425) 279-7029 to schedule an appointment today!

What Causes Plumbing Leaks?

Sometimes a leak may not seem like an initial cause for concern. Typically, homeowners give us a call after dealing with a leaking faucet for weeks. However, a small leak may indicate a much larger problem.

Common causes of leaks in the Renton area include:

  • Clogged lines
  • Corrosion of the piping material
  • Damaged seals and pipe joints
  • High water pressure
  • Movement of the ground and foundation
  • Temperature changes
  • Tree roots entering the system

Leaking pipes can have a serious impact on your property. Without repair, leaks can result in worsened water quality, flooding, damaged furniture, stained walls, and even black mold. What could have been fixed by an experienced plumber can turn into a serious project that can cost tens of thousands of dollars. When you notice a leak, give The Plumbing Joint a call right away!

Tips for Detecting a Water Leak

  • Be sure to check your water meter! You should check your water meter and note the level. You can check the meter again after a few hours (it's easiest to record the first level when everyone goes to bed, then check it again first thing in the morning). A leak may have occurred.
  • Toilets need to be checked! Over time, even a small leak in a toilet can waste a lot of water. Place a few drops of food coloring in the back of the tank after removing the tank lid. Then wait 30 minutes before flushing. Make sure there is no colored water in the toilet bowl from the tank. If there is, there is a leak.
  • You should check your washing machine! If you want to avoid major flooding in your home, you should take proper care of your washing machine, no matter where it's located in your house. Regularly inspect the hoses for bulging, cracking, fraying, and leaks around the ends. Leaving at least four inches between the water connection and the back of the washing machine will prevent the hose from kinking.
  • Check for leaks regularly! Check your home and other valuable items for signs of water leaks routinely to prevent damage. If you observe at least one of these signs, chances are you have a leak or are in danger of developing one.

How Do You Prevent Plumbing Leaks in Your Home?

  • There is a possibility of a leak in a crowded cabinet. Under sink cabinets are often used to store cleaning supplies and other household items, but when this space is cluttered and items hit your pipes, a leak is more likely to occur.
  • It is sometimes better to replace instead of repairing. For instance, a faucet. When it becomes too corroded, you may have difficulty finding the right parts when you need to repair it. When this occurs, you may be better off installing a new faucet altogether (even if you love your old one).
  • Locate your main shut-off valve. When you discover a leak in your home, the first step to fixing the issue is to shut off the main shutoff valve. You can't turn off the water at your water meter in case of a severe emergency, but knowing where the main shutoff valve is can help.

Best Service from Our Family-Owned Business

Our Renton plumbers are passionate about providing expert plumbing services to homes across Seattle, Renton, Kent, Redmond, and Bellevue. As a family-owned business, we strongly believe in providing the best service possible to every person that calls for a plumber. We understand that your home is your haven and strive to make the process as smooth as possible. When you need honest plumbers that you can rely on, turn to The Plumbing Joint.

Receive an estimate for your water leak service by reaching out to (425) 279-7029.

Why Choose Us?

Learn why The Plumbing Joint is the best choice for you. 
  • You Only Pay for the Time We're There

    Instead of flat rate pricing, you will only pay for the time we spend in your home.

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    All of our technicians are friendly and professional to guarantee every job is quality work with a process you will enjoy.

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    We are open & honest in our communication so you know you are getting a fair price every time.

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    We're focused on meeting your specific needs. Every job is completed with you in mind.

Customer Reviews 

  • Joint was quick, affordable, and Easy

    “Our Septic tank has not been cleaned out for over 8 years and our drains finally backed up. The plumbing joint responded to my call right away and sent out Raul the same day to pump out our system. Their final price was $250 less than well advertised compe”

    - Dave H.
  • Amazing experience again.

    “Showed up on time-found out where the problem was coming from/helped resolve the issue. Will use again.”

    - Anthony E.
  • The charge was reasonable and the service was  GREAT, and he was very nice.

    “Joe came out the same day as I had a problem and spotted it right away.”

    - Betty J.
  • We had a unique plumbing problem that involved low water pressure and watering a community garden.

    “Not only did the Plumbing Joint fix the underlying problem (bad pressure step-down valve) they saved us money because they provided insights into the community garden watering project!”

    - Jim G.
  • Thank you for the great cost effective work.  5 Stars.

    “I had my water tank replaced today by the plumbing joint and they did a great job.  It was not an easy job as he had to remove another tank to get access to the failed tank.”

    - Brandon M.
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