Carolina Leak Detection, LLC

Carolina Leak Detection

Subsurface Leaks

Leak Detection in Fort Mill

Leak Detection in Fort Mill, SC and Lancaster, SC

Using the Latest Technology to Locate & Fix Water Leaks
Water leaks are one of the most frustrating things that can happen in your home. They are always inconvenient—and there’s always anxiety about how much damage has been done. Our Rock Hill and Lancaster plumbers use leak detection technology to locate and diagnose leak sources with precision. To detect the leak, specialized equipment is used in tandem with visual inspections of pipes and fixtures. The leak detection process typically starts with a technician using a listening device such as a pipe locator or acoustic leak detector to pinpoint possible leak sources.
Next, the plumber can use thermal imaging cameras to detect air pressure disruption from moisture from water line breaks. Once the leak is located, any necessary repairs can be determined and completed to keep the system running smoothly. At Carolina Leak Detection, we make your experience as stress-free as possible while also offering same-day appointments!
Contact us immediately if there are signs of water leaks on your property such as:
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Lancaster County Courthouse

Signs You May Have a Leaking Pipe

Plumbing leaks are one of the most dreaded home repairs. Not only can these leaks be expensive and difficult to fix, but they can also cause damage to your home. That’s why it’s best to catch leaks before they become big problems. As a homeowner, you can help by keeping an eye out for symptoms of pipe leaks. Here are five common signs that you may have a leaking pipe in your home.
You notice an increase in your water bill. It’s normal for your water bill to go up during some times of the year, like when you’re watering plants in the summer. But if you see a noticeable increase and don’t feel like you’ve used more water, you may have a leak.
You hear water running. If you can hear water running when no faucets are turned on, you should call a plumber immediately.
You see stains or feel dampness on floors or walls. If you notice spongy areas on your floor or stains on your walls and don’t know how they got there, you may want to use a leak detection service.
You notice warm spots on the floor. Hot spots are a dead giveaway for leaks, especially if your home’s built on a concrete slab.
Your home’s foundation is cracking. Have you noticed cracks around the foundation of your home? Are spots around your foundation sinking or shifting? This could be a sign of a leak in one of your underground pipes.
If you suspect that you have a leaking pipe in your home, don’t wait for the problem to get worse. Call Carolina Leak Detection.
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