How To Find An Orlando Water/Plumbing Leak In Your Home?

How can I find a water leak in my home? This is a question we get all the time at the Leak Doctor. The fact is, it only takes a small plumbing intrusion to add up to major damage and costly repairs.

 It can be difficult to detect a hidden water leak

Which is why so many leaks continue for weeks or even months without being detected. This is when mold can take hold and lead to even more repairs and expenses.

Calling the specialists at the Leak Doctor is the first step to identifying the presence of a hidden  plumbing leak.

Today's technological advancements have brought significant changes to the leak detection industry. Choosing the right company is also important, the Leak Doctor is committed to providing hands on service for every aspect of your leak problems. We explain our process to you every step of the way and offer cost-effective, real-time solutions to your leak problems.

How you can find a water leak in your home?

How To Find An Orlando Water/Plumbing Leak In Your Home? - Water Leak Detection Blog - Orlando, Florida | Leak Doctor - 1(24)Listen to your home

You may have become accustomed to the sounds your home makes, but be mindful of any dripping sounds, the faint hum of running water when all water using appliance are turned off, hissing or rattling of pipes.

These sounds may be more evident when the appliance, toilet, shower, or bathtub, are being used or shortly after.

Pay close attention to your water bill

If you notice your water bill has increased, just don’t attribute it to the cost of water going up again, you probably have a leak. Compare last year's water bill with the most recent one. You can also ask your neighbors what their water bill runs every month.

As your preferred plumbing leak detection service, the Leak Doctor's skilled technicians respond quickly in one of our well marked vehicles. Equipped with the most advanced leak detection resources available.

This technology includes, Thermography, Ultrasound, Endoscopic Video and expert technicians, everything required to accurately locate a water leak,

This means your leak is detected without any unnecessary property damage and minimal disruption to your home or business.   We can even work with your insurance company to get the problem solved.

Contact the Leak Doctor today for more information and to make an appointment.

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