Water Leak Detection, A Critical Part Of Plumbing Pipe Maintenance

Nobody wants to have a plumbing issue, but it happens. While plumbing maintenance is critical, it is often avoided or thought of as unnecessary. But the fact is, there are many benefits to taking care of your pipes. 

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Let’s face it, maintenance is time consuming and can get expensive, but skipping it can end up costing significantly more. Most of the plumbing happens behind the scenes. Behind walls and under a concrete slab. Just a slow drip that goes unnoticed can easily cost thousands of dollars in repairs. 

Better Air Quality 

While air quality may not be what you think of when you have a water leak, but it should. Water leaks will end up causing mold, which can be toxic to breathe and cause several health issues. 

Avoid disasters!

If you’ve ever come home to water all over the floor, you understand a plumbing disaster. But a burst pipe isn’t the only disaster, there is also contaminated water, musty odors, and overflowing toilets. 

Extend the Life of Your Appliances 

While appliances don’t last forever, they will definitely have a longer life if they have regular plumbing maintenance. 

Insurance Coverage

If you think if something happens your insurance will cover it, think again.  It depends on your claim, but most insurance policies don’t cover water leaks if regular maintenance wasn’t done. 

Preventing Water Leaks 

The Leak Doctor is proud to have the reputation of saving property owners money with our latest leak detection technology and water alarm system with state of the art sensors. Allowing home and business owners to rest easy in knowing they are protected. 

The Leak Doctor uses minimally invasive technology to quickly identify the source of your leak. As licensed plumbers, we have the training, skills, and tools needed to repair your leak on the spot.

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