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Residential Leak Detection Service
It takes both expertise and quality equipment to detect leaks in your home. If you are experiencing an unusually high water bill, hear water running indoors, or discover moist ground outdoors, you may have a hidden plumbing leak. It's critical to your budget and long-term property value that you take the right steps to locate the source.
It's possible for technicians to determine the location of a leak by electronically locating its damaged source. Even the smallest leak or pipe defect can be located accurately. This is a distinct contrast to conventional trial-and-error methods of leak detection which use jackhammers, also known as the search-and-destroy method.
This end result means leaks can be found and repaired with minimal disruption to property. In most cases, only a single floor tile must be removed and replaced. This causes less disruption and saves thousands of dollars in costly search-and-destroy methods.
leak detection tips / resources
- the bucket test
- Is your pool needing constant refilling? You may have a hidden leak in your pool. Try the seven steps to determine if your pool is leak free. Do-it-yourself 24 hour test. Test your pool
- the meter test
- Do you have a high water bill? You may have a hidden plumbing leak. Try the seven steps to determine if your property is leak free. Do-it-yourself 30 minute test. Test your water meter