Locating Pipes and Cables

Using Leak Detection To Spot Problems Before They Get Too Serious

When you suddenly experienced a spike in your water bill the immediate course of action is to conduct leak detection to see if there are busted pipes. Left unattended, it can cause a headache later on especially if the problem worsens. While this is easy for some households because the water pipes are exposed and therefore detecting water leaks is easy, it becomes difficult in certain instances when the pipes are installed beneath the ground.

Water Will Find Its Own Escape

There may be water seeping in flooring cracks but that does not mean that the broken pipe is directly beneath it. Since water leaks will travel and squeeze its way to find an escape route, chances are the leak is actually coming from another location underneath.

It is Costly And Time Consuming

Finding leaks can cost a lot of time and effort if no scientific and modern method is to be applied. Digging the underground water pipes without really knowing where the leak is coming from is not advisable as the whole effort can turn out to be a mess if the source is not immediately located.

Water bill May Continue To Rise

A water pipe leak normally starts small but overtime becomes bigger because of the pressure involved in the release of water from the pipe. It is very important to remedy the situation immediately so as to prevent the problem from getting bigger later on. Leak detection in most cases will require expert advice coming from professionals.

The Ideal Solution

Leak detection can be done without the need for guessing game. If the water connection is buried in the ground or even concrete slab, it is best to use a leak detection equipment to get the job done. An Australian leak detection company can do this job easily because they have the equipment needed to accurately detect where the leak is coming from. When professionals in this line of work are commissioned to find a water leak, they can easily pinpoint where the problem is coming from just by attaching their machine to the pipes and the result of the scan can readily show where the leak is coming from.

So to avoid costly mistake in manually detecting leaks, it is better to seek the help of expert professionals in water leak detection. They have the expertise and training on how to find where the leak is coming from. You save a lot of time and money in the process as compared to guessing where the leakage is actually located.


Absolute Locating Services
38 Thorn St Pennant Hills, NSW, 2120, Australia
0425 257 142, (02) 9939 6978
andrew@absolutelocating.com.au

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