Hi guys, we are in a bit of a bind. We have a bathroom that is part above, part below ground. (window almost sits level with the ground) Anyway, just outside is a faucet for the hose, which I believe to be causing a bad leak.
While cleaning today I realized that the water had done more damage than I first thought. We were hoping to wait until spring, but I believe it needs to be repaired now even though we do not use that faucet. I either need advice on how to remove the drywall, and repair the pipe, and then put everything back together, or I need an idea of a good repair man in the Denver (CO) area.
I'm afraid of what we will find when we do open the wall. It was the sudden appearance of ants that alerted me to how serious the problem is, and there is still little bits of either sand, or rotted wood. I'm worried it is not a repair I can do myself. Advice?