Leaks usually occur in wet areas for the following reasons:

Leakage is usually through wet areas of a building. In a large number of buildings it is easy to indicate the location of these areas are kitchens or toilets / bathrooms. When proper attention is not given during the planning/design phase and also during the implementation phase, leakage problems begin to fester. These problems are made worse by a lack of awareness or know-how regarding the correct use and maintenance of these areas. Common sources are:

Reduced or submerged concrete slabs to accommodate bathroom drainage.
Connections of rainwater, water supply and sewage pipes, especially pipes that are hidden in walls or concrete, which are difficult to inspect.
From pipelines for water supply, sewage or rainwater drawn down to take their course.
The spacers between the siphon case and the siphon pipe.
The intersection of the siphon tube with the seat base.
The intersection of toilet pipes with branch pipes and connecting pipe lines, including pipe lines extending from the floor drains to the sewer pipe.
Defective water supply line connections for taps and valves, and fittings
Spacers between floor tiles.
Locations near overflow pipes in overhead water tanks.
Improperly installed floor drain or floor trap.
Defective pipe fittings and hidden piping.
Floor and walls where water is sprayed from the shower.
The area around the kitchen sink.
Partitions at the junction between the kitchen counters and the adjacent wall.
At the junction of the water tank wall with the various pipe fittings in the tank walls.
Under the water tank due to the use of a scour valve.
Weak connections in toilets, urinals and other plumbing fixtures.
Water leakage from water tanks
From water tanks or the surroundings where the water tank is installed on the balcony.
From building joints, especially concrete or brick water tanks.
Building connections in ground and overhead water tanks.
near the overflow lines.
Around the water tank where excess water stays still and leaks out.
Due to faulty valves (floaters) in tanks.
Water leakage through clogs or seals
Seals and seals are used in different places. Usually when installing various appliances in the home, the contractor wraps these plugs or seals around all of the water connectors. Seals can also be used on the dishwasher door.

Now, after many years of using these devices, the seal or seal can be damaged or corroded. If you notice condensation on your device or puddles near the device, you may have a sealing issue and it could be a source of water leakage as well.
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