The Most Important Tips for Leak Detection and Repair

Tips for Leak Detection and RepairA leak at your home can be very damaging. If water is leaking and you aren’t aware of it, mold, mildew, rot, and a host of other unpleasant things can take place. If you suspect a water leak on your property, whether it be at home or at your commercial building, act quickly. It’s important to remember that the sooner you get a leak fixed, the less damage will take place, and the more money you will save.

Do You Suspect a Leak?

If you do indeed suspect a leak, you can conduct a simple and straightforward check. First, take regular meter readings over a quiet period so that you can work out your average consumption. Doing this when the consumption of water is at its lowest is best, so aim to take readings late at night or early in the morning.
If there is a higher consumption than expected or in comparison to past readings, it’s a high indication of a leak. There are many reasons as to why you may be experiencing higher water consumption leading to higher bills; burst pipes, leaky faucets, damaged drain systems are only some of the causes.

Enlist Professional Help

At Dutton Plumbing, our water leak detection specialists work fast to track and repair water leaks with minimum disruption to your home life. First, we’ll come to your home or commercial property and have a look to establish what the issue is. We use manual and electronic water leak detection techniques which involve no digging.

Once we find the problem area, we’ll be able to advise on what the next steps will be. To arrange for someone to come out and help you get to the root of your leak, call us today at (805) 522-1944.



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