For decades, Canadian property owners have turned to Mr. Rooter® Plumbing for commercial pipe repairs and replacements. We provide quick response times, and our licensed plumbers will perform a thorough inspection of the issue to be sure the problem is resolved the right way, the first time.

For expert commercial water leak repairs and replacements, request a job estimate from Mr. Rooter Plumbing.

Signs You Need Commercial Pipe Repairs

Under certain conditions, water pipes can develop cracks or pinhole leaks. It’s also common for pipes to spring leaks at connection points. And when water pipes freeze and thaw, they can even burst open.

The signs of a leaking pipe include:

  • Running water sounds at all times
  • Stained or sagging walls and ceilings
  • Mould or mildew on the walls (except the shower walls)
  • Foul smells coming from the floor or wall near drains
  • Extremely high water bill with no change in usage

If you notice muddy or soggy patches in your lawn, you may have an outdoor water pipe leaking. In severe cases, there could be standing water on the surface that may even lead to runoff.

Why Call Mr. Rooter Plumbing for Pipe Leak Repairs?

Mr. Rooter Plumbing has been North America’s most trusted plumber since 1968 because we do everything with a commitment to thorough, courteous service. From the punctuality of our arrival to the pristine condition of your property after we leave, our licensed plumbers will show you why commercial clients turn to us to fix or replace their leaking pipes.

Here are a few more reasons why you should trust us with your leaking pipes:

  • Up-front, flat rate prices
  • 24-hour emergency service available
  • Thorough inspections
  • Insured professionals

Has your commercial property sustained water damage due to a damaged pipe? Our colleagues at Rainbow International® provide fast, professional water damage restoration services.

Replacing Commercial Water Lines

There are some scenarios when pipe repairs are not ideal and replacing the water line is the best option. After all, not all pipe damage can be repaired. When the pipe damage is severe or recurring, replacing the pipe will provide many years of worry-free water service. Old pipes are at especially high risk of corrosion and cracking. In some cases, a pipe leaking at the connection just needs the connecter replaced. The best way to determine the ideal course of action is to have your local plumber perform a detailed inspection.

Choose Mr. Rooter Plumbing for Commercial Pipe Services

The most reliable way to handle your leaking pipes is to call Mr. Rooter Plumbing. Our thorough inspections ensure that we find every leaking pipe in your building. With state-of-the-art plumbing equipment and a detailed approach, we can have all your major leaks repaired after a single visit. Our licensed plumbers are the solution your business needs.

Get your leaking pipes fixed by the best in the business— call or request an estimate online from your local Mr. Rooter Plumbing.

Frequently Asked Questions

My water pipe is leaking. What should I do?

The first thing to do is turn off the main water supply to stop the flow of water. Then, try to locate the exact location of the leak. The section of pipe must be repaired or replaced; if you are not equipped to do this, make an appointment with your local Mr. Rooter Plumbing.

How to repair a water leak in a pipe buried in concrete:

Performing an underground pipe leak repair beneath concrete requires breaking the concrete, digging down to the leaking pipe, performing the repair, and then patching the concrete. This is definitely not a good DIY project; contact your local Mr. Rooter Plumbing for expert assistance.

Who's responsible for a main water pipe leaking?

In most cases, the answer depends on where the leak is. If it’s within the boundaries of your property line, you will likely be responsible for getting it repaired. If the leak is outside your property line, your municipality or utility company will be responsible.

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