Over time, plumbing pipes corrode, break down, and eventually leak. Most of us don't really even think about it, our pipelines go un-serviced longer than the manufacturers recommend. The Leak Doctor has the equipment to locate any water leak due to aging pipes.
How Does the Process Work?
At the Leak Doctor we use state of the art equipment, such as thermography, ground probes and listening technology, and highly trained technicians to track down even the hardest to locate water intrusions. This means there won't be any digging up the floor or cutting into walls to find the source of the leak.
How Does the Leak Doctor Save you Money?
Just a small water leak can waste thousands of gallons of water, which you end up paying for. If left undetected the water can cause thousands of dollars in damages. From foundation damage, to becoming a breeding ground for mold, rotten wood and drywall, the list goes on and on.
Why choose the Leak Doctor?
1. To save money by reducing any property damage. We use leak detection methods that are non-destructive, saving you unnecessary property damage and money. If you have a leak, the last thing you want is costly digging and guesswork repair. Our state of the art equipment and our diagnostic expertise eliminates your risk. When we locate problem leaks, we use precision electronic devices.
2. We give you the accurate information you need to make an informed decision about your plumbing services. You will have an honest estimate before we begin our work. You will know what we are doing every step of the way.
3. After repair, we pledge that the technicians of Leak Doctor, Inc. will leave your property restored to the way it was when we arrived.
4. Our “mission” is to bring you the finest possible leak solutions. Only the most highly qualified individuals have been hired, trained and commissioned as Leak Doctor specialists. We are committed to bringing you unequaled service. We also bring you ultimate solutions for leaks and water waste through unparalleled diagnosis. Our highly skilled service technicians are committed to continuous training in the art and science of water management.