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Water Leak Detection and How to Find the Right Company for the Job

Your house is a combination of pipes and wiring that is installed behind the walls, underneath the floor and on top of the ceiling. Those pipes hold fresh water and wastewater, and when they crack open somewhere on your property, you’ll be left needing some big repairs. If you have this problem, make sure to call a water leak detection and repair expert.

Spotting Leaks

These are some of the most usual indications of a water leak:

Water noise – If all your faucets are closed you can hear the sound of water flowing or dripping, most probably there’s a leak.

Dripping faucet – One of the most visible signs of a leak is when you’re actually looking at it. With a leaky faucet, you can waste tons of water in the course of a year.

Wet areas areas in wall, ceiling or floor- This could be due to a leaky water pipe.

Substantial increase water bill – If your bill has increased even if your water usage never changed, this is probably because of to a loss of unused water.

Minimal water pressure – If water pressure in your faucets or shower heads is low, that could be another sign of a water leak.

Undetected Leak – What Happens?

On top of driving up your water bill, water leaks can significantly reduce the aesthetic and structural quality of your home, depending on the specific points where they occur.

Internal damage – If the leak occurs behind a wall or on the floor, you will have to replace the damaged flooring or drywall, which can get rather expensive.

Exterior/foundation damage – A leak that occurs outside your home can affect the surrounding landscape. If it happens close to the house itself, serious problems with your home’s foundation can arise.

Looking for a Good Water Leak Detection Service

Clearly, not all water leak detection companies are created equal, and knowing which is right for you may not always be easy. As a rule of thumb, choose a leak detection business that has been in operation for a while. In most cases, this means they have perfected their craft and will do everything to protect their reputation. This way, you can avoid fly-by-night companies that don’t guarantee their work.

If you do have a leak, the last thing you want is to pay a fortune for digging and guess-based repair. Make sure the service you hire uses advanced equipment, such as precision electronic devices, cameras, advanced thermal imaging, etc. This shows their seriousness in providing the highest quality service to their customers. No jackhammers or bulldozers!You don’t want them to use jackhammers or bulldozers! Jackhammers and bulldozers should be out of the picture unless completely necessary.

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