If you work in an office, it’s likely that there are water leaks around the building. Water leaks can be caused by a number of things, from faulty plumbing to cracked fixtures. Here are few simple steps to fixing water leaks at work:

1. Determine the source of the leak. Is it coming from a faucet, pipe, or sprinkler? Once you know the source of the leak, you can start to determine how big it is and where it’s located. Check online resources to get more information about water leak repair companies.

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2. Shut off the main water supply to the area affected by the leak. This will prevent water from spreading damage and will also stop anyone from being injured by water.

3. Clear any obstacles in the way of the repair crew. Broken glass, sharp objects, and large pieces of furniture can all get in the way and cause serious injury if they fall on someone while they’re working. Remove them before beginning work.

4. Cut off any broken pipes or sections of piping that are leaking water. Do not try to fix or replace anything that is leaking until you have cut off the damaged section of piping. 

5. Test the water pressure in your home or workplace before and after repair work begins to make sure that there are no problems with your plumbing system.