Plumbing Leak Detection
Before a plumber comes to your house you should check for yourself to see if you really have a plumbing leak detection problem.
- Do you hear any unusual noises like water running in your home?
- Do you see any water saturation on the wall in your house?
- When you’re walking barefoot in your house do you feel the floor feeling unusually hot?
- Have you checked the toilets and sinks for unusual leaks?
- Have you going outside to check the water meter if it’s running faster?
If you do not understand how the water meter works your Water Utilities Department will explain its operation. Palm Beach County sewer and water will be more than glad to help you with any problem you have. When you definitely know that you have a leak, then it is time to call a plumber. Ask the plumber what kind of equipment and method he’s going to use to locate your leaks.
Plumbing Leak Detection. Equipment and Methods.
Plumbing contractor will want to know what kind of piping is in the house, copper or cpvc. The plumber may also ask you what year was the house built. Most of the older houses use copper in this case the plumber will need to locate the piping in the floor.
A pipe locator is needed to do so, the pipe locator will send an electric current through the piping to find its underground location. When the piping is found the plumber will make a line on the floor to detect its location. When it’s location is marked, an ultrasound listening device will be used to pinpoint the leak.
. Another method is injecting hydrogen into the plumbing system and use a sniffing system to detect the location of the leak.
Another question you may want to ask yourself if the house is 40 years old and you’ve had several leaks repaired before it’s time to re-pipe your house. When I homeowners is looking in the Internet for a contractor good keywords are plumbing leak detection Wellington. Hardenburgh Plumbing can provide you with complete plumbing leak detection service Call Us: (561) 968-0000