San Diego Water Leak Repair Service

San Diego Water Leak Repair Service | Big B's Plumbing

We've provided San Diego water leak repair services for over a decade. Our dedicated team of plumbing experts can have your leak located and repaired faster than you would have thought possible. Water Leaks come in all shapes and sizes, from a small pipe leaks to a slab leak. Let's face it, water leaks can be devastating, wreaking havoc on a home. So it would be best to have a team of experts ready to act quickly. Big B's Plumbing has a trained expert team ready to meet your demand on short notice.

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Providing San Diego Water Leak Repair Service for Over a Decade

Big B's Plumbing has been meeting the plumbing needs of San Diegans for over a decade. Did you know that in the last 70 years, San Diego has added over one million to its population? That means we have a lot of older homes as well as new ones. Every home is susceptible to water leaks, but older homes are most at risk. There are different kinds of water leaks, such as slab leaks, copper pipe leaks, toilet and faucet leaks, and more. 

Catch Your Water Leak Early and Avoid Serious Damage to Your Home

Early detection is critical for any water leak. Whether it's a minor water leak from a faucet or bulging drywall, water leaks can cause severe damage to your home if not addressed quickly. For example, when a slab leaks, you may experience wet carpet, buckling, or discolored tiles, and if it occurs in your garage foundation, you can expect a dark spot in the concrete. You may even hear a hissing sound of water running. 

Then you have water leaks that occur from your home's plumbing system you may see bulging drywall. In the case of a tiny leak, you may only see a stain on the painted wall surface. At Big B's Plumbing, we've been providing San Diego water leak repair for close to a decade.

A Slab Leak Could Cause Structural Damage to Your Home, Early Detection is Critical 

A slab leak can cause significant damage to a building or home. A slab leak occurs when there is a water leak in the pipes that run underneath the concrete foundation of a building. Over time, the leaking water can erode the soil, causing the foundation to shift and crack. This can lead to structural damage to the building and potentially cause it to become unsafe.

Additionally, if the leak is left untreated, the water can seep into the walls and flooring, causing mold growth and weakening the home's or building's structural integrity. The constant presence of water can also cause damage to personal property such as furniture and electronics.

It is important to detect and address slab leaks as soon as possible to prevent further damage and ensure the safety of the building's occupants.

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My name is Brandon Mageno. I'm the founder, President, and CEO of Big B's Plumbing Company. As the founder, I never thought about being average or good. My passion for being the best plumbing company in Southern California has always been the same. Providing plumbing services to this great county is simply in my DNA. Nothing makes me happier than to see a satisfied customer. Learn More About Us

How to Detect a Water Leak in Your Home

Detecting a water leak in your home can be tricky, especially if the leak is small or hidden. Here are some steps you can take to detect a water leak:

  1. Check your water meter: Turn off all water appliances in your home and check your water meter. If the meter is still running, it could indicate that there is a leak somewhere in your home.
  2. Monitor your water bill: If you notice a sudden increase in your water bill without any explanation, it could be a sign of a water leak.
  3. Look for signs of water damage: Check your walls, ceilings, and floors for signs of water damage, such as water stains, dampness, or mold growth.
  4. Check your water-using appliances: Check your dishwasher, washing machine, and other appliances for leaks or water damage.
  5. Listen for sounds of water running: If you can hear the sound of running water when all water appliances are turned off, it could indicate a leak.
  6. Conduct a dye test: Add food coloring to your toilet tank and wait for 30 minutes. If the color appears in the bowl without flushing, it could indicate a leak in the toilet tank.

If you suspect a water leak in your home, addressing it as soon as possible is important to prevent further damage and water loss. Consider calling a professional plumber to help you detect and repair the leak.

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Don't Put Off Minor Water Leak Repairs

If a water leak comes from an upstairs bathtub, you might see a stain on your ceiling downstairs. While this is usually a small repair, however, it could damage your home severely if not addressed quickly. Then you have those small leaks we refer to as water wasters. For example, toilet, faucet, or outdoor spigot leaks. 

Did you know that a toilet flapper that leaks can waste up to 200 gallons of water daily, costing a homeowner hundreds of dollars annually if not repaired? Toilet flappers are a few dollars at your local home center, and you don't need to be a do-it-yourself to replace them. Additionally, if you have a slow-dripping tap that squanders ten drops of water a minute, you could waste up to 347 gallons of water a year. A faster dripping faucet could reach over a thousand gallons a year. So it's time to get faucets, showerheads, and toilet leaks repaired before any further water loss occurs.  

At Big B's Plumbing, We Check All the Boxes

Big B's Plumbing is a highly rated company; to see what others are saying, you can check our reviews on Yelp, Facebook, and Google My Business. We are an accredited member of the Better Business Bureau with an A+ Rating. In addition, all our plumbers have received a background check and are entirely covered with workman's compensation insurance before they step foot in any home. So you can trust Big Big B's Plumbing for your San Diego water leak repair.

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I called Big B's Plumbing because I the hot water would not turn off in our master bathroom. I tried to turn the valve off under the sink and it broke off, so I had to shut off the main water to the house. It was noticeable the valves were original to the home. When I called, the rep stated that I would be informed about the service tech and their experience along with services offered "On The Spot". I was on a bit of a time crunch...
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Vill M

Found them on Google and they had good quality reviews. Made the call and set up the appointment for same day. Dispatch called me a few hours later to confirm our appointment and let me know that the technician Mathew was on the way. This was supposed to be an easy job once Mathew arrived. But it turned out to be so much more than that. Without hesitation or a sour look on his face, he dove deep into his van...
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Jeremy T

Randy was very knowledgeable and professional. He helped us figure out what we could do with the space given for our bathroom with our remodel. He picked out perfect fixtures and the work he did was beautiful. The cleaned up properly when they were done and everything was handled in one day! I will be calling for Randy anytime we have any plumbing needs. Thank you for doing such a great job!
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