Warm or Wet Floors, Walls, & Ceilings

Is Water Coming Through Your Floors, Walls or Ceiling? 

We’ve all experienced condensation on the walls of a bathroom after a long, hot shower. But that water dries quickly. If you are finding warm or wet spots on your floors, walls or ceilings you most likely have a hidden plumbing leak. Because small leaks can eventually turn into big problems, you should call the experienced technicians at Thousand Oaks Plumbing who are specially trained to inspect your home’s pipes, pinpoint the leaking areas and recommend the best solution.

We offer 24/7 service for your wet walls. Start an online chat or give us a call at (805) 494-4981 and our friendly representatives will dispatch a technician right away!

Why Are My Floors Warm or Wet? 

If you are feeling warm or wet spots on your floor, you most likely have a slab leak. If left undetected or repaired, a slab leak can cause significant damage to your home. A slab leak occurs when a pipe underneath your home cracks or breaks and the water moves up through the slab into your home. Our leak-detection experts will use state-of-the-art technology to pinpoint the leaking pipe and will then recommend the best possible solution for the problem.

Why Are My Walls or Ceiling Warm or Wet? 

A humid environment can lead to condensation on walls and bathrooms, like after a shower, but warm or wet walls or ceilings are a red flag that you have a leaky pipe. Maybe you notice a dark patch or perhaps the drywall starts to bulge or bubble. As soon as you detect a water leak, it’s critical that you get it repaired as soon as possible to avoid expensive water bills and damage to your home. Our leak-detection experts will use state-of-the-art technology to pinpoint the leaking pipe and will then recommend the best possible solution for the problem.

Do I Need a Plumber? 

If you are handy, you might be able to repair simple problems like a loose screw or damaged washer. But there are many different types of faucets and each one operates different and requires unique parts. The best way to get your leaking or dripping faucet fixed is to enlist the help of a professional plumber.

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