How To Stay Proactive To Prevent Water/Plumbing Leaks

If left undetected, water and plumbing leaks can be very damaging, to both your home and your wallet. Trying to locate that evasive leak can cause even more destruction. So, before you get out your sledgehammer and start breaking through walls looking for the leak, think about using a non-invasive method

All pipes are corroding, no matter what they are made from. Which is why as a home or business owner, you need to check your pipes on a regular basis. Unfortunately, this is happening as often as it should. 

Stay Proactive and Look For These Signs Of A Water Leak

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Pipes don't last forever, over time they break down and corrode.  Often times this occurs in obscure places such as under floors, between walls or in the pipes in the ceiling, this is also where the most damage can occur. An inspection by a professional leak detection service is worth the investment.

Annual Inspection 

An inspection of your plumbing can catch undetected water leaks before they cause damage. Be on the look out for unexplained moisture or brown stains on the ceiling or walls. Mold is another culprit of a hidden leak, high moisture can cause serious health problems and should be addressed as soon as possible.

Check the Color of Your Water

The next time you turn on the tap water, fill a clear glass and take a good look at what color the water. Also, check the water in the bathrooms and laundry room. If you notice a yellowish tint or even a brown hue, this is a good indication your pipes are having a problem.

Dripping Faucets

If you turn the faucet or shower off and water is still dripping, don't ignore it, get it fixed!  Just a small drip can add up to a lot of water.

High Water Bills

If you notice your water bill is higher than usual or slowly rising every month, it is important to investigate the problem. Repairing the pipe can end up saving you a ton of money later.

Your Best Defense Against Corroded Pipes

Pipes don't last forever, over time they break down and corrode.  Often times this occurs in obscure places such as under floors, between walls or in the pipes in the ceiling, this is also where the most damage can occur. An inspection by a professional leak detection service is worth the investment.

Detecting corroded pipes need to be a high priority. Non-destructive water leak detection is what the Leak Doctor is known for. We offer Infrared Thermography, the most renowned and accurate leak detection method today. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for emergencies. 

If you suspect a water leak, contact the Leak Doctor for accurate and affordable detection. 

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