Commercial Plumbing Leak Detection

Trust the Original Leak Detection Specialists™

Do you suddenly have new mildew growth? Has your water bill increased without a jump in water usage? There might be a leak in your commercial plumbing system. Business and municipal buildings have intricate pipelines running through the foundation of the structure and undetected leaks create a real risk for property damage. This is especially true for building owners and property managers who might not be aware of the problem until noticeable and significant damage has occurred.

Turn to Canadian Leak Detection™ for reliable leak detection services for your commercial building. Our highly- trained professionals have an eye for detail and unique insight into finding hidden water damage, leaks, and more.

Signs You Have a Leak Include:

  • There is a sudden growth of mildew.
  • Your walls or floors are spongy or wet.
  • You find cracks in your walls or flooring.
  • There are warm spots on the floor.
  • You hear the sound of running water when the water is off.
  • You see a sudden increase in your water bill.

Don't let water leas damage your commercial property. Call us for leak detection you can rely on.

Do You Have a Plumbing Leak?

Let's face it, as a property owner or manager, you have enough to worry about - the last thing you need to deal with is a plumbing leak. Unfortunately, these problems happen all too often. It is important to understand where such leaks occur, so you'll know to keep an eye out for them.

Common locations where plumbing leaks occur include:

  • Basements and crawl spaces
  • Service lines
  • Slab leaks
  • In-floor plumbing
  • In foundations and walls
  • Other plumbing systems

At Canadian Leak Detection, we treat your property as if it were our own. We treat it with care and go above and beyond to exceed your expectations. Our highly- trained specialists use their unique insight to quickly and accurately find leaks. Additionally, we're available around the clock to help you through any leak emergency.