Leak Detection FAQ:
What causes water leakage?
A couple of factors that lead to water leakage are:
- Installations that have been done incorrectly or rushed.
- When the water pressure has been elevated.
Before calling a plumber, how can I detect if I have a leak?
- Check for cracks in the walls
- Check for wet floors.
- Finding mould among concrete.
- Check your taps and toilets for leaking.
- Check if the water meter is turning when no water is being used by anybody.
- Noticing a drop in water pressure when using your taps.
Is it dangerous to prolong fixing the water leak?
- Yes, leaving the leak for a longer amount of time will increase the damage that has already been done, as well as increasing the cost of your water bill. Leaving the leak for a longer period of time will result in the fix becoming more expensive.
Are there different ways for your plumbing company to detect the exact location of the leak?
Our company has various ways to find the exact location of the leak. We are up to date with all the current methods of leak detection. The ways we can detect leaks are:
- With infrared heat detection.
- With video detection.
- By using noise correlators.
Our aim is to avoid unnecessary expenses, as well as to not damage your property ,and do all of this in a suitable time frame.
It sounds like there is water running in my walls. Does this mean I have a leak?
Before coming to the conclusion that there is a leak, make sure that no taps are on, no toilets are running and no additional water sources are on.