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Leak detection services are vital for any business or homeowner. Undetected leaks can lead to severe damage to property and even health hazards. Several leak detection methods exist, but a leak detection device is the most common. This device uses sound waves to identify leaks in pipes and other objects. Chris’ Plumbing is dedicated to helping our customers to locate all leaks that could be lurking in hard-to-see areas or your home or business.

What is leak detection?

Leaks can happen anywhere in your home or business–usually when you least expect it. For example, a small drip can waste a lot of water and money over time, while a more significant leak can cause severe structural damage. That’s why it’s crucial to have a professional leak detection service on hand to help you find and fix leaks quickly and efficiently.

Leak detection services use techniques to find leaks, including camera inspections, sonar equipment, and pressure testing. Once the leak is found, the professionals can then repair it using the latest technology and equipment.

Don’t let a small leak become a big problem–contact Chris’ Plumbing for our leak detection service today to get started.

The benefits of leak detection services

Most homeowners don’t think about their plumbing until they have a problem. But there are ways to avoid plumbing issues proactively, and one of the best is to invest in leak detection services.


Leak detection services can save money on your water bill and prevent expensive damage to your home. However, a small leak can quickly become a big problem, and detecting it early can avoid the hassle.

Many types of leak detection services are available, so it’s essential to find one that’s right for you. Make sure to ask about pricing and different features before making your decision.

How do I find out where the leak is coming from?

There are a few things you can do to try and pinpoint the source of the leak. First, check all visible pipes and fittings for any signs of water or moisture. If there is water present, this likely is where the leak is coming from. If there are no apparent signs of a leak, try turning off all water sources in your home and then checking your water meter. If the meter is still moving, there is water somewhere in your home, likely coming from a hidden pipe or fitting.

How do you find an unknown water leak?

If you’re still unsure where the leak is coming from, you may need to call Chris’ Plumbing leak detection service. We can non-invasively investigate your home or business for any possible leaks.

How leak detection services work

Why choose a professional leak detection service like Chris’ Plumbing?

If you have a plumbing leak, it’s important to choose a professional leak detection service like Chris’ Plumbing. Here are three reasons why:

  1. A professional leak detection service will save you time and money. Leaks can cause extensive damage to your home or business, so it’s essential to catch them early. A professional leak detection service will quickly and efficiently find the source of the leak and repair it before it causes any further damage.
  2. A professional leak detection service is experienced and qualified. Chris’ Plumbing has been in business for nearly 20 years. It has the experience and expertise to quickly and accurately detect leaks. We also use the latest technology and equipment to ensure a precise diagnosis.
  3. A professional leak detection service is convenient.

How often should I have leak detection services?

At Chris’ Plumbing, we believe in the adage, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Therefore, we would recommend having leak detection services every 1-2 years, regardless of whether you suspect anything or not.

It is important to stay on top of things like detecting leaks. For example, suppose you find a micro-fissure crack in a high-pressure pipe early. In that case, you can avoid costly water damage restoration costs.

You should contact us immediately if you suspect something is wrong at all.

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