Jun 01, 2011 1:26 pm
Just found out that there are water slowly leaching out of the grout between the tiles outside of the shower (just next to the shower)
The bathroom is upstairs, there is no sign of leaking/water damamge downstairs as yet.
What could it be the problem? and who should I call to inspect?
would a plumber do? but if it involves tile job shall I also call a tiler?
Just want to get it fixed...
Re: Bathroom Leaking Problem4
Jun 01, 2011 11:19 pm
Maybe you could try bathroom repairs and renovations in the Yellow Pages or go to a tile or hardware store and ask if they can recommend somebody who specialises in bathroom repairs. If there's water where it ought not to be its good to get it seen to before other signs show up. Good luck with it all. Turns out its more common than you'd think.
Re: Bathroom Leaking Problem5
Jun 04, 2011 2:52 am
A picture would help. You dont say how high up the wall it is, where it is in relation to your shower taps ie: not enough info.
It could be something as simple as your grout allowing water ingress, or your tap flanges in the shower are not sealed to the tiles, or a gap between your shower screen and the tiles, or worst scenario it could be a water pipe leak within the wall.
A good plumber would pin-point the problem
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