How Hidden Plumbing Leak Are Located In Central Florida

Detecting a water or plumbing leak is a science and an art. To inspect internal pipes and detect hidden water leaks, technicians and plumbers traditionally used jackhammers to dig up floors and break through drywall.

How Hidden Plumbing Leak Are Located In Central Florida - Water Leak Detection Blog - Orlando, Florida | Leak Doctor - 1(40)Not only do these methods cause significantly more damage, they are not very effective. Which is why the Leak Doctor uses revolutionary methods and innovative technology to detect water leaks with minimal invasiveness. This saves our clients money and money in repair cost. 

Our approach to seek out the origin of a plumbing leak is non-invasive. This means we don’t cut into concrete slabs, flooring, drill through walls, or dig up the ground. 

Our skillful and experienced technicians use the latest technology uses highly sensitive acoustic sensor technology, endoscopic video, thermal imaging, and much more. This takes the guesswork or “search and destroy”, approaches out of the equation. Leaving cost effective solutions. 

Ultrasound

Our technicians are trained to utilize the most advanced digital ultrasonic inspection system. 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. 

Thermography 

Our state-of-the-art thermograph can identify structural leaks and tiny temperature differences to find the origin of structural leaks.

Leak Doctor can quickly determine whether or not you actually have a leak, where your leak is, and provide professional repairs as a licensed plumber.

When you contact Leak Doctor, we will come out as quickly as possible, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to ensure that the damage to your property is minimized.

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