Leak Detection Services
Leaks are a very common plumbing problem, and they can cause a lot of damage if left unattended. Although leaks may seem like a small problem, they can waste a lot of water over time, cause water damage that it costly to fix and raise your water bill.
It’s very important to resolve plumbing leaks quickly. Some signs you may have a leak can include water puddles on your property when it hasn’t recently rained, damp drywall, and a water bill that is higher than it usually is. However, leaks can often show little to no signs of existing. If you suspect you may have a leak, it’s important to hire trained professionals to locate it and resolve it quickly. That’s where we can help.
Our Quick, Professional Leak Detection Service
At Hedrick & Young Plumbing, our staff is available 24/7 to help with any and all plumbing problems you may have. There are many ways to detect leaks, and we always use the best method for your individual situation. We take leaks very seriously and work quickly to resolve the issue so that you don’t have to worry about water damage or a higher water bill anymore.
If you would like to know more about our leak detection services or schedule an appointment with us, call us at (909) 200-6776 today!
We utilize electronic leak detection devices, infrared cameras, and acoustic sensors for precise and non-invasive leak detection, minimizing the need for extensive excavation.
Yes, our advanced leak detection technologies allow us to identify hidden leaks within walls or underground without causing damage to your property.
Our leak detection team prioritizes quick response times. We aim to be on-site promptly to assess the situation and identify the source of the leak.
Yes, our leak detection services cover both residential and commercial properties. We have the expertise to address diverse leak detection projects.
Signs include unexplained water puddles, higher-than-usual water bills, water stains, and mold growth. If you notice these signs, it’s time to schedule professional leak detection.