Ceiling Leak Repair in Wadsworth & Akron, OH
Did you know there are some ceilings in the Highland Square neighborhood of Akron, OH that are made of stretched canvas? Different ceiling types react differently to leaks. For instance, a waterlogged drywall ceiling will eventually fall down, so it is important to figure out the problem and fix it quickly. At Mackin & Sons Plumbing, we know you want to get your ceiling leak repair done quickly. We use a step-by-step ceiling leak process to accurately diagnose the cause. We then make the repair, many times without cutting down your ceiling.
Top Three Reasons for Ceiling Leaks
- Leaking toilet flanges
- Loose tub spout or faucet trim
- Faulty shower to tub drain assemblies
Ceiling Leak Services
- Expert Diagnosis
- Drywall or Plaster Removal (when needed)
- Toilet Wax Rings
- Shower Drain Repairs
- Tub Drain Repairs
- Tile Inspections
- Shower Door Inspections
- Attic Inspections
- Drywall Repair Referrals
Emergency Ceiling Leak Repair
You could say most ceiling leaks are an emergency. They damage your drywall and, when left alone for too long, can expose your attic and cause other property damage. What you need is rapid ceiling repair that gets to you quickly with the right plumbing solutions. At Mackin & Sons Plumbing, we’re a local plumbing contractor capable of responding to clients in their time of need. We work around the clock to make sure you’re covered no matter what type of plumbing issue you’re facing. Whether you discover the ceiling leak during the day or in the middle of the night, we’ll be there promptly with the tools and experience to get the job done.
Call 330-825-3686 for the best ceiling leak repair in Akron, OH! Schedule an appointment to talk to one of our plumbers.
Ceiling Leaks Questions & Answers
Q: Do you have to cut down the ceiling to fix the leak?
A: It depends. Some leaks we can fix with a high degree of certainty that the problem is solved. Other times, for instance, when we reset a toilet, we don’t have that certainty. In those cases, we ask if you’d like us to cut a hole in the ceiling so we can be 100% certain or if you’d like to settle for reasonably certain and avoid having to deal with a ceiling repair.
Q: What if the tile in my shower is the source of the leak?
A: We do not repair or replace the tile. Usually, that is what needs to be done.
Q: Do you patch drywall?
A: No. Our plumbers do have several local drywall repair companies we can schedule for you.
Q: What if I’m not sure if the ceiling is leaking or not. I see a brown spot but the ceiling isn’t really wet?
A: A brown spot usually indicates a leak but it could be an old leak or fluke from water getting on a bathroom floor. A good way to decide is to trace the outline of the spot with a pencil and watch to see if the spot grows.