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Repiping with Copper and/or PEX

Repiping with copper

A typical single family home full repipe can be completed in as few as three (3) days or as many as five (5) days

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Plumbing Residential & Commercial

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If the water is finding a way to get out, we will certainly find a way to get in to identify and address the problem.

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Pool & Spa Evaporation / Water Loss

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Depending on the region and climate in which you live, it may not be uncommon for your pool’s water level to vary day

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Welcome to our official homepage. Leak Detection Solutions provides leak detection, leak monitoring and water management. We work in both homes and businesses, using the latest technological innovations and first-rate scientific equipment. This equipment and our expert staff allow us to find and fix your leak with minimum invasiveness. That means less time and less money spent.

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Preparation and Leak Tests

What tests can be performed to detect a leak?

Slab Leak Symptoms

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Here are some things to look for if you suspect a leak in your slab:

- The sound of running water when all water is turned off
- A hot spot on the floor – could indicate a hot water line leak
- Cracks in walls or floors could be damage from a slab leak
- Mildew or excessive moisture under carpets could indicate your slab is cracked and the pipes are leaking water
- High water bills could also indicate a slab leak. Although a high water bill could indicate a water leak behind the wall or in your pool, plumbing under the slab is also suspect.

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Meter Test

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Here’s a quick test that you can do using your water meter to determine if you have a hidden plumbing leak. Knowing the volume of loss will help your leak specialist understand the potential size of the leak. Also, after a leak detection repair is completed, you can check the meter again to make sure all the leaks have been repaired.

This test should be conducted for a 30 minute period, during which time no water is being used on the property.

- Find your water meter, which is usually located in front of the house in a covered box near the street.
- Write down the numbers indicated on the meter at the start of this test.
- Return to check the meter reading after 30 minutes have passed.
- If the numbers have not changed, you do not have a leak in your pressurized water system.
- If the numbers have changed, continue with the following steps.
- Shut off the valves under all toilets in the house, and repeat the first four steps.
- If the numbers have not changed, you may have a running toilet that should be serviced.

If the numbers have changed, this indicates water consumption even though water was not being used during the test, and you may need a leak detection/repair.

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