Water Leak Detection and Repair in Guelph and Kitchener – Waterloo area

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water leak detection service in Guelph, Waterloo and Kitchener, ON

With estimated losses from unchecked water leaks costing households across Canada millions of dollars every year, you may want to consider keeping a close eye on how your water gets in and out of your home'”particularly if you live in a house or building with outdated plumbing. Undetected water leaks can also cause substantial property damage. While you should be on the lookout for telltale drips, it's just as important to contact your plumbing technician for professional leak detection and repair. Our technicians have the latest equipment to get your water leaks under control. We serve Guelph and surrounding areas.

Where Are Water Leaks Often Found?

Many leaks are difficult to detect if they are underground. Hidden water leaks can add to your water bill, in addition to causing damage to your flooring and walls.

Even if you suspect a hidden leak, it will be wise to also check your more obvious fixtures. These include showerheads, faucets, and garden hoses.

Another area to check is the pressure relief valve located on your water heater tank. These valves are often connected directly into a drain and may easily be leaking without your knowledge. If you hear a hissing sound, this could indicate a leak. We will need to remove the drain pipe to assess any problems and make the necessary repairs.

The toilet is also a source of leaking. Inspect your unit by lifting the lid from the tank and listening carefully. If you hear a hissing sound, contact us to locate the source of the leak. Leaks in the tank or bowl are often associated with the flapper located at the bottom of the tank. Problems with the flapper will often require replacement of the part.

To repair your leak, your main water supply will be temporarily shut off in order for us to examine the meter and check for issues or defects with the dial. If the dial is still turning after the valve has been shut off, there is a leak present between the meter and the house.

What are Signs You Have a Leak?

Soft muddy areas or a variation in grass growth or color are common indicators of leaks. If you notice these issues on your lawn and suspect a leak, call us to confirm the problem.

Other telltale signs include a spike in your water bill, the sound of water running even though your faucets are off, and wet spots in your flooring or walls.

Get Your Water Leak Fixed ASAP!

Even a minor water leak, if left unattended for several months, can result in thousands of dollars of wasted water and damage. If you notice a suspiciously high water bill, don't delay in calling for professional water leak detection.

Call us at (519) 836-6370 and learn how you can prevent water leaks from recurring with proper maintenance!