1. Review Water Bills
2. Look for Mould and Mildew
3. Fix Foundational Cracks Quickly
4. Locate Damaged Walls, Floors and Ceilings
Similarly, when a bathroom floor buckles, cracks or shows staining for no apparent reason, the goal should be to locate or eliminate the chances of a water leak. Water could be leaking from a pipe beneath the floor or arriving from another area.
Also, with a bathroom on the second floor, any dark stain on the ceiling beneath it may signal a leaking pipe. Carefully explore the bathroom for any signs of water damage and pursue the reason for the ceiling stains. A sagging ceiling is a clear sign of water gathering and the necessity for plumbing leak repair.
At Lonestone Renovations, we are here to help you in a variety of home renovation areas and plumbing. Please call us at (780) 655-8402 or contact us anytime by filling out our contact form.