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Do You Need To Replace Your Bathroom Supply Lines?

1/18/2019 (Permalink)

Keep your bathroom in excellent shape

You use your bathroom every day. While you probably work hard to ensure your fixtures and flooring are clean, you may not give much thought to the supply lines that feed your bathroom with water. You should, however. Supply line damage can contribute to a bathroom flood that could destroy the comfort, value and appearance of your Highland Ranch, CO, home.

Leaky Supply Lines Damage Bathrooms

If you have a supply line leak in your bathroom, you can expect significant damage to virtually all parts of the room. Specifically, you may need to repair or replace the following:

  • Drywall
  • Paint
  • Subfloor
  • Tile
  • Carpeting
  • Fixtures

Supply Lines Require Occasional Inspection

Like all parts of your home’s plumbing system, supply lines require occasional inspection. How frequently you need to take a look at your supply lines, though, depends on their makeup. If you have plastic lines, look for supply line damage every couple years. Metal supply lines tend to last longer, so you probably do not need to inspect them as often.

Restoration Technicians Limit Long-Term Damage

As you probably know, the long-term consequences of a bathroom leak can be significant. Even after you dry out flooded areas, mold and mildew can grow. To be certain you return your bathroom to it’s pre-flood condition, consider working with a reputable flood-restoration service. Technicians at these firms have the education, experience, skills and tools to analyze flood damage. They can also tell you whether you must scrap damaged items.

You probably don’t think much about the supply lines that feed your bathroom with water. Nonetheless, supply line damage can cause costly bathroom floods. By regularly inspecting your bathroom’s supply lines, you know when you need to replace them. Remember, if you can catch a flood before it happens, you increase your odds of keeping your bathroom in excellent shape.

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