Suspect A Water Leak? Here Is What To Do

Many homeowners in Orlando don't realize they have a water leak. Life can get busy and it can be difficult to notice a hidden plumbing connection under a concrete foundation or behind a wall.

You are not alone, studies show these types of leaks account for 14% of water leaks in the average home. If you add it all up, each month a family of four can easily loose over 1,500 gallons of water a month.

Suspect A Water Leak? Here Is What To Do - Leak Detection Blog | Orlando, Florida | Leak Doctor - iStock_000011608079_SmallA small leak dripping 10 time per minute can waste 540 gallons of water a year! Just imagine if you had more than one leak, or even a larger leak.

If you suspect a water leak your first reaction may be to contact your homeowners insurance company.  Water leak claims are increasing faster than any other component of insurance, with over $10 billion dollars in property damages.

Plumbing leaks can occur for many reason, the first step is to accurately locate the leak and determine the cause of origin.  The old school 'digging and drilling' is messy, time-consuming and expensive. The Leak Doctor uses non-destructive water leak detection methods to save you money!

The Leak Doctor has seen the sweeping changes in the insurance industry in both Florida and Georgia. We understand the latest updates and have invested in the latest technology to find all types of water leaks, reduce insurance claim cost and increase client's satisfaction.

To correctly determine the longevity and severity of a leaking pipe, the Leak Doctor does a full investigation, inspecting the extent of the damage and mold.

The Leak Doctor works closely with insurance companies to quickly locate the source of a water leak and offer the best solution to resolve the issue.   We arrange a leak detection assessment at the client's earliest convenience, or immediately in emergency situations.

Our highly skilled technicians survey the situation in a professional and timely manner. A full written report, recommendations and photos will be sent to the insurance company.

 

 

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The Leak Doctor can find your leak and fix it fast!
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