How to Detect a Water Leak Without Destroying Your Home

How to Detect a Water Leak Without Destroying Your Home Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Water leaks can be extremely damaging to your home if they are left undetected, but trying to find them yourself may result in even more damage. Before you send a sledgehammer through the wall searching for your water leak, consider non-invasive methods of detecting your leak. True Plumbers & AC has the tools to detect even the smallest leaks in your home.

Some of the most common indications of a water leak in your home are:

  • An increase in your water bill
  • Water meter changes

Non-Invasive Leak Detection & How it is Performed

Non-invasive leak detection is the best way to find a water issue without destroying your home. Leak detection tools help plumbers know where to repair your leak and create the least amount of damage necessary.

To start, your plumbing system is pressurized with helium or hydrogen. Using a specialized tool, we look for places in your home where the gas has escaped. This quick and easy method of detecting leaks can be used to find various leaks, including:

  • Under asphalt
  • Under concrete
  • In walls

This non-invasive method helps homeowners detect leaks that are not obvious, without ripping up floors and breaking down walls. It can be a frustrating situation for you when a water leak is in your home, but we will come in and save you money by locating and repairing your hidden leak without destroying your home. 

Get a Free Consultation From One of Our Water Leak Detection Experts

Water leaks are not the only home-damaging situation lurking under your concrete slab or in your walls. There are a number of other issues that can remain hidden until they develop into an even more major and expensive problem.

Find out more from one of our experts about sewer detection or camera inspections to find other types of hidden leaks and issues within the plumbing system of your home. Contact us at (863) 667-6364 for a free consultation on our leak detection service.

Detect water leaks as early as possible and avoid the extra cost and headache of having one issue fester into a much larger and potentially devastating one.

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