Undetected water leaks can end up costing home and business owners residents in Central Florida, tons of money in damages. Detecting water leaks without damaging property can significantly reduce the cost.
The Leak Doctor finds the source of a leak, whether it's hiding behind or beneath a floor, lurking in a wall, or seeping under a cement slab, no matter how or where it is concealed, our trained technicians can locate it and minimize restoration expenses.
We utilize the latest technology and equipment to locate your leak fast, accurately, and in a non-invasive manner.
Leak Facts from OUC
A 1/8-inch hole in a metal pipe, at 40 psi (pounds per square inch), leaks 2,500 gallons of water every 24 hours.
A leak the size of a pinhead can waste 360,000 gallons a year, enough to fill 12,000 bathtubs to the overflow mark.
A leaking toilet can use 90,000 gallons of water in 30 days.
A dripping faucet/hose bibb can lose up to 180 gallons a month, or 2,160 gallons per year.
About 1 in every 20 pools has a leak.
About 1 in every 318 homes or buildings has a leak.
A typical toilet leak at today's rate can add $500 to a single water bill.
One trip through a car wash uses 150 gallons of drinking water.
Collecting water for gardening from the faucet while waiting for hot water saves about 250 gallons of water a month.
Using a broom to clean the sidewalk instead of a hose saves 150 gallons of water.
Using a pool cover prevents about 1,000 gallons per month from evaporating.
To find so-called "phantom leaks," such as those occurring in pipes behind walls, under floors or under foundations, homeowners may need to contact a leak detection company.
Always repair leaks promptly. If you can't make the repairs yourself, call a licensed plumbing contractor.
The Leak Doctor's Commitment
The Leak Doctor strives to contain costs, give accurate estimates, minimize the scope of repairs, ensure client satisfactions, real time results, maintain a healthy living space, and utilize non-destructive methods whenever possible.