How Do We Detect and Find Plumbing Leaks? - Biard & Crockett

How Do We Detect and Find Plumbing Leaks?

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In the world of plumbing, leaks are stealthy foes, causing damage quietly until it’s too late …

Old vs. new plumbing leak detection methods

With the old methods, finding and fixing plumbing leaks often meant breaking concrete, dismantling pipes, or tearing apart drywalls. But here at Biard & Crockett, we believe in smarter, less intrusive solutions. Enter the game-changer: electronic leak detection.

Electronic leak detection is a sophisticated method that allows us to detect and locate leaks efficiently and accurately, without the need to tear apart your property. But how does this cutting-edge technology work? Let’s unravel the mystery.

How electronic leak detection works

When a pipe leaks, electronic leak detection creates a sound due to the water pressure, and this sound can be detected and analyzed using electronic equipment. Basically, we’re listening to your pipes to detect anything wrong.

This method is incredibly effective for various types of piping materials and can be used in different environments, be it under concrete slabs, within walls, or under the ground in your yard. The major benefit is the accuracy and non-invasiveness, saving you from the potential destruction and cost associated with traditional leak detection methods.

Better for your home, and you!

By investing in electronic leak detection, you’re protecting your property. You avoid unnecessary damage to your concrete, pipes, and drywall, which saves you the trouble and cost of extensive repairs. More importantly, you stop the leak before it evolves into a more significant issue, such as mold growth or structural damage, by catching it in its early stages.

At Biard & Crockett, we understand that your property is more than just an asset; it’s your home. That’s why we’re committed to providing the best solutions to preserve it. With our electronic leak detection services, we offer peace of mind, knowing your Orange County home is protected from the hidden dangers of leaks.

Call us anytime at (714) 602-1299, or schedule an appointment on our website.

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