Water leaks can run, but they can’t hide! Chasing down leaks and repairing them not only saves water, but also money! Mark your calendar for the EPA’s annual Fix a Leak Week, March 18 through 24, 2019.
The fact is, it just takes a small pinhole leak in a pipe to waste thousands of gallons of water and are responsible for millions of dollars in damages.
Undetected water leaks can happen without the home or business owner even realizing. If you suspect a water leak, but not able to find the source. It is time to contact a professional water leak detection service.
The team of experts at the Leak Doctor use the latest technology to locate the tiniest of water leak without digging into floors or walls. This can save tons of money in repairs that most insurance companies won't cover.
It doesn't take long to check for water leaks in your home and many can be easily fixed. Check out the EPA's 10 minute check list. They even have some fun games for kids (and adults) so they can get involved.
There are many reasons why pipes leak, every day wear and tear, debris such as hair and grease can cause damage, water pressure, chemical in the water, soil conditions, and fixtures break down. The simple fact is, all pipes are susceptible to water leaks, whether you have an older home or new construction.
Preventing water leak is as easy as scheduling a routine inspection with the Leak Doctor. The earlier you catch a leak the less damage it will do, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”
Signs of a Water Leak Include:
A higher than normal water bill, the sound of running water when the water is turned off, discolored or odd tasting water, or a drop in water pressure.
Unexplained moisture on the floor, or loose or buckling tile, water spots on the walls or ceiling, or mold in the drywall.
Wet or muddy spots in the yard, if it hasn't been raining, bulging or protruding drywall, peeling or flaking paint.
The Leak Doctor has been locating even the most difficult water leaks for decades, without damaging property.
If you suspect a water leak in your residential home or business, contact the Leak Doctor for an appointment.