How to Detect Atlanta Plumbing & Water Leaks

The Leak Doctor usually gets a call from someone in the Atlanta area who received a higher than usual water bill, whether it has been steadily creeping up or it suddenly spiked. Or it could have been the mold growing they noticed growing where it shouldn’t. 

We typically tell them to check the history of their water bill and your meter.

How to Detect Atlanta Plumbing & Water Leaks - Water Leak Detection Blog - Orlando, Florida | Leak Doctor - water-meter-reader-278899_1920The water meter is located outside possibly near the road or next to the house.  You should make sure all the water is turned off in the house.  Then check the water meter. There should be a flow indicator, possibly a red triangle, if it is still moving, you may have a water leak. 

If you know where the main water supply to the house is located turn it off, then check the meter. If it is still registering, you know the leak is between the house and outside meter. 

If the meter stop registering, you know the leak is somewhere in the house. If you aren’t sure where, it may be best to contact the professionals at the Leak Doctor. 

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. This can save the home or business owner a lot of money, while getting quick results.

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.

Contact the Leak Doctor to make an appointment 

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