Have A Mysterious Water Leak You Can't Find?

Does your Central Florida home or business has a water leak that you can’t find? You’ve looked everywhere, but how can you locate it if it is behind a wall, under the ground or concrete slab? It takes state of the art equipment and expertise to find these types of leaks. 

Finding a mysterious water leak can be a nightmare and time consuming. It is also something that isn’t always covered by your homeowners insurance, which means it can be expensive. 

Have A Mysterious Water Leak You Can't Find? - Water Leak Detection Blog - Orlando, Florida | Leak Doctor - pic2A pinhole water leak can happen just about anywhere, behind a wall, under the oak tree in the front yard, under the building or driveway, even in the ceiling. It doesn’t take long for water to seep into drywall, wood, warp floors, undo the adhesive behind tile and even short out electrical systems. Besides the cost to repair all the damages, you may even have mold to think about.

Water runs along the path of least resistance. Which means detecting where the water is leaking from isn’t as easy as you would think.

If you have a leak, the last thing you want is costly digging and guesswork repair. Ensure the company you choose has state of the art equipment such as precision electronic devices, advanced thermal imaging, cameras and video inspection equipment. Jackhammers and bulldozers should always be the last resort!

Leak Doctor's winning combination of commitment to exceptional customer service, state of the art technology, experienced and highly trained technicians ensures the best possible results and outstanding customer service. We have cost-effective ways to find the source of your leak and quickly fix it.

The Leak Doctor has over 25 years of experience in tracing the origins of leaks in private homes, hotels, schools, golf courses, apartment buildings, spas and utility providers. Not only have our technicians received the highest available level of training, certifications and hands on experience available, but they also continually demonstrate the highest level of professionalism.

Contact the Leak Doctor today for an appointment 

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The Leak Doctor can find your leak and fix it fast!
Call us today at (407) 426-9995 or use our quick and easy contact form to schedule your inspection. We service Orlando, The Villages, Tampa, Daytona Beach, Winter Park, and the surrounding Central Florida area.