Residential Plumbing Leak Detection
Treating Your Property With The Respect It Deserves
As a homeowner, the last thing you want to worry about is a plumbing leak. If left untreated, this problem can escalate, causing extensive damage to your property. At Canadian Leak Detection™, we offer comprehensive leak detection services using industry-leading technology and innovative methods. Our team undergoes one of the most rigorous training programs in the industry, so you can hire us with confidence and trust we know what we’re doing.
Additionally, our leak detection services are backed by 40 years of service. We’ve been protecting homes from water damage since 1974. Through the years, we’ve refined our skills and improved our technology, so you can benefit from non-invasive, accurate services.
If you’re ready to get started, call (877) 959-5903 today.
Do You Have a Leak in Your Home?
While dripping taps and bursting pipes are easy to detect, other plumbing leaks go unnoticed until the damage has already been done. To prevent costly repairs in the future, it is important to find leaks early.
Some Signs to Look Out For:
- Changes in Water Meter/Pump – Changes in water meters and pumps can indicate a leak. To check your water meter, look at the number, wait a few hours without using any water, and check the meter again. If the number changes, it means you have a leak. Similarly, with your pump, listen for the sound of running water when no water is being used.
- High Water Bills – Do you notice your water bill increasing without any changes in the way you’re using water? This can indicate a hidden leak.
- Mildew – Mildew thrives in damp areas. If you see signs of the fungus, it can mean you have a leak around your home, causing the growth.
- Foundation Cracks – Are cracks in your flooring or walls forming? When leaks go untreated, the water seeps into the foundation and causes cracks.
At Canadian Leak Detection, our highly-trained professionals carefully inspect your property to see any signs of leaks. With our cutting-edge technology and innovative methods, we’re able to provide accurate results without breaking through walls or floors.
Common Areas for Plumbing Leaks Include:
- Under the flooring in your home
- The service line from your home to your water meter or pump.
- Inside your walls/floors where there is plumbing
- Basement and crawl spaces with plumbing lines
If you believe you have a leak in your home, contact our expertly trained technicians. Our residential plumbing leak detection services are backed by over 40 years of experience.