When the bedroom is dark and quiet, I can hear the constant and steady drip of my shower faucet. The shower has been leaking for months. I’ve tried to fix the problem on my own, but I haven’t had any luck. All of the online tutorials say I must turn off the water valve to my home. I don’t know where the main shut off valve is located, so I can’t attempt any realistic shower repair. I hate the leaking shower and the whole bathroom smells like mold and mildew. I’ve been complaining for months, but no one is listening. I thought my wife would call a plumber, but the incessant leaking doesn’t seem to affect her sleep. If I could locate the main shut off for my water, then I would probably attempt to repair the faucet on my own. I guess it’s time that I call a licensed plumber for help. I think it will cost a fortune, and that’s why I’m hesitant to call a licensed plumber. When my wife and I bought our house, we had a plumber clear the drain lines. We spent $400 on the plumbing repair. I can’t imagine how much it will cost to repair the leaking shower faucet. Maybe it’s not as much as I think, but I hate to spend money that we don’t have lying around. I think I’ll try to find a low-cost plumber that can provide me quality and affordable service. I’m sure there are affordable plumbing services somewhere in this region, for folks without a huge bank account.