When the humidity levels in a warehouse are suddenly higher than usual, it is a sign of a possibly plumbing line problem. For instance, it is possible that there is a water leak problem behind the drywall in your business establishment that you are unaware of. If there is a water leak present, it can be caused by more than the plumbing lines needing attention. The best way to find out how the problem can be fixed is by hiring a plumber to get to the root of the problem. This article will give you a general overview of some of the things that can cause water to leak within walls:

1. Water Leaks from the Roof

If there is water in your walls, it doesn't necessarily mean that the plumbing lines are damaged. The water can drip into the wall cavities from the roof if it is in bad shape. When you get the plumbing lines inspected by a plumber, he or she will be able to rule out the lines if they are not the problem. You should then hire a roofer to find out if there are any holes in the deck that are in need of repairs. You might actually need a new roof for your warehouse.

2. A Plumbing Line is Busted

There is the possibility that the humidity level in your warehouse is the result of a busted plumbing line. Did your area experience any freezing weather recently? If so, it is likely that the line froze up and developed a large amount of pressure during the process of the ice melting. The great thing about a busted line is that it can easily be replaced by a plumber. However, he or she might have to demolish a portion of the drywall in order for the line to be accessed so a repair can be made.

3. Plumbing Line Fittings Are Old

The plumbing lines in your warehouse might be in a satisfactory condition and simply have damaged pipe fittings on them. The fittings are important because they attach the lines, as well as prevent water from leaking out. The fittings may have become corroded and are no longer secure enough to prevent water from leaking out. If a plumber finds that the fittings are in bad shape, all you will need to do is purchase new ones. Visit an industrial supply store and you should be able to find any type of fitting that is needed for the repair.