Remodeling Your Bathroom Can Solve Leaks

June 26, 2019

Do you have leaks in your bathroom that need fixing? Could the room as a whole use a little renovating? Why not kill two birds with one stone and repair your bathroom while you remodel it? As a Maryland bathroom renovation specialist, Bath Doctor has helped many homeowners with both leaks and remodels. We wanted to take some time today to talk about the two, and how they’re connected.

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Where’s That Leak Coming From?

Sometimes you know there’s a leak but you can’t pinpoint the exact location. Maybe you hear it, but it’s still out of sight. Or perhaps you’ve just noticed a spike in your water bill. You’re going to have to plug the leak, and to do that you’ll likely need to tear up at least part of your bathroom. At that point, you’d benefit from remodeling the whole bathroom, rather than replacing one fixture at a time. Not only do you come out of the situation with a plugged leak, but your bathroom will look better than ever.

Prevent Future Leaks With Updated Plumbing

One positive aspect of conducting a complete bathroom overhaul is that you get an uncompromising look at your bathroom’s plumbing. You can inspect the pipes thoroughly and check for existing and potential leaks. Most of your pipes may not be showing signs of leaks yet, but with a bathroom remodel, you can replace any old or damaged plumbing before it worsens in condition.

If you live in an older home, this is also a good time to check for any lead pipes. Hopefully your home is already free of lead, but some pipes can be missed during inspection and it’s always better to be safe than sorry. There is no safe amount of lead, and if you find any lead pipes in your home they should be removed immediately, as they can cause adverse health effects.

What Size Leak is Too Big?

We get it – tearing up and remodeling a bathroom may seem intimidating and stressful, and may be something you want to put off until next year. You think to yourself, “It’s only a small leak. It can wait!” But even small leaks can be costly over time by slowly increasing your water bill. Additionally, leaks provide an ideal environment for the growth of mold, so if you ignore a leak, you can probably expect future expenses like mold removal and medical bills. Keep your water bill low and mold out of your home by plugging plumbing leaks as soon as you notice them.

Work With a Maryland Bathroom Repair Specialist

Here at Bath Doctor, our team of bathroom remodeling professionals are standing by ready to help you in any way possible. If you’re having trouble with leaks in your bathroom, don’t wait for the problem to get bigger. Contact our Maryland bathroom repair experts today for a free estimate.

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