Plumbing Issues

The photos below show examples of a wide variety of plumbing issues: under-sink kitchen cabinet leaks at the P-trap, leaking shut-off valves, leaking water lines in the attic and wall cavities, leaking faucets, leaks at the toilet base damaging flooring, and a leaking upstairs bathroom water supply line that has damaged the ceiling below. Poor connectors can also cause small, slow drip leaks inside wall cavities that go unnoticed and may lead to bio-organic growth.


































DISCLAIMER: The photos above are for illustration and reference purposes only. Your home may or may not have the issues represented above, and no legal representations, guarantees or warranties are made with respect to the ability to recover for the same or similar issues. The existence of a defect or construction problem, including those illustrated above, does not necessarily mean that there is a legal basis for recovery. There are several statutes of limitations, statutes, laws and building codes which will impact a homeowner’s ability to assert a claim and recover damages or other legal relief. Homeowners should direct specific questions to a qualified attorney.


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