Do I Really Need a Water/Plumbing Leak Detection Service?

No matter how small your water leak is, they don’t fix themselves. Even a small leak waste water, causes damage, and gives mold the opportunity to grow. But do I need a leak detection service? I can probably find the source by myself. 

Unfortunately, not all water leaks are out in the open. In fact, most of them happen behind the scenes, between walls, under concrete slab foundations, and under the ground. 

How is the source of this type of water leak located?

Sure, you can start breaking into walls or floors trying to find the leak, which is very time consuming and destructive. Just imagine a dozen of holes in your walls and you still haven’t found the leak!!! Or you can call a leak detection specialist, who will pinpoint the exact location of the leak without any destruction! 

Why a professional leak detection service?

The right combination of specialized equipment and training. Advanced technology that can detect the leak behind walls and even under the ground a concrete slab. 

Do I Really Need a Water/Plumbing Leak Detection Service? - Water Leak Detection Blog - Orlando, Florida | Leak Doctor - 1(11)Ultrasound: Our technicians are trained to utilize the most advanced digital ultrasonic inspection system. Leak Doctor’s sensitive ultrasound devices can “listen” at a frequency beyond the human range of hearing. To our instruments, even the tiniest leak makes a traceable noise.

Endoscopic Video: Our video inspection equipment allows us to see inside your plumbing system to detect unexplained blockages and cracks in plumbing, which are the most common sources of leaks. While other plumbers may resort to tearing out sections of your home's walls, we can pinpoint these blockages and cracks from the surface to prevent unnecessary damage to your home.

Thermography: We utilize state-of-the-art thermography, which is similar to a color infrared photograph. With it, we can identify tiny temperature differences that can lead us to leaks.

When do I need a leak detection service?

If you suspect a water leak in your home or business, it is time to contact the leak doctor. 

Unexplained high water bills

The sound of water running, while all water using appliances are off

Wet areas on the walls or ceiling

Wet or warm flooring 

Unexplained water puddles

If you suspect a water or plumbing leak, contact the Leak Doctor.

 

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