No one wants to look at pipes and wires in their home so that’s why we put them behind drywalled walls and ceilings. When those lines fail, we realize that identifying and getting to the problem may not be so easy. Removing drywall doesn’t require any special tools or skills.
Often it’s necessary to remove a small amount of drywall to see if there is a plumbing leak, roof failure, or other repair necessary. The process can be a little messy but it’s fairly easy to do yourself.