When I run hot water in my kitchen, I can hear water leaking behind my coat closet. Other than waiting for the water damage to show, does anyone know how to determine where the leak is?
you may not have an actual leak, if you are only hearing water and not seeing or smelling water, you are probably only hearing the gurgle through the pipes which lie close to the wall and there is little or no insulation. you could call a plumber but you will be charged a service call. they don't work for free. if you start asking around all of hubby's coworkers all your friends, you might find a relative or friend who will come over for free and check it out. if you only hear water when you open the valve, it it likely not leaking. the leak would be present whether you had an open valve or not, because the weak spot or hole would then become another opening and water is under constant pressure, so it would have no choice but to flow continually through the hole or connection.
Answer by jewjewbee at 8:24 AM on Sep. 25, 2009
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Answer by momtotrips at 9:20 AM on Sep. 25, 2009
My husband is a handyman toorkoloms but I do not go around advertising he does great on his own. and we had a water leak.A pipe broke.He went under the house to fix it today.Have it checked out by a handyman or a licenced repair man.
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