Water Leak Detection

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Water Leak Detection

Water Leak Detection

With over five decades’ worth of experience, we here at AZ Preferred Plumbing believe that there isn’t better option in our field of work in all of Arizona. Everything from conventional gas or electric water heaters, as well as tankless water heaters, are well within our field of expertise to provide you with the best possible service for an exceptional price.

We can help you with the following services:

Water leaks can become very costly over time and cause even more damage and expense if not addressed immediately with professional leak detection. AZ Preferred Plumbing offers a variety of services for whatever kind of water leak you may be dealing with. Whether it’s slab leaks, water line leaks, faucet and shower leaks, or toilet leaks we can fix the problem.

Water line leaks can happen anywhere inside your home, under a slab or outside underground. Detecting leaks in pipes is easier than finding them in swimming pools. All most anyone with minimal plumber can typically identify water leaks located above ground. However, leaks that are underground can be much more difficult due to these leaks being less noticeable until the problem is already major. A small leak can be unnoticed until the water pressure is tested. Locating more severe water line leaks underground is also not easy even after noticeable damage to the property around it.

Only an experienced plumber should handle pipe problems. Easily detectable leaks in pipes below the sink or in other obvious locations may not need special leak detection equipment, but still require an expert plumber to properly fix them. Even if you think there are small leaks present in the exposed parts of underground lines, a larger problem may remain hidden and unnoticed. Our plumbers at AZ Preferred Plumbing use specific tools and techniques that can effectively detect leaks and allow you to take care of any leak repairs in a short amount of time with the best quality service.

Dealing with leaky faucets and showers is one of the other main causes of water leaks. Most people make a great effort to make sure that the water stops running when they’re done using the shower or faucets; however, water may start trickling out shortly after the person leaves the room. A small leaking faucet or shower head can leak close to 500 gallons of water, and a big leak can leak over 12,000 gallons per month.

Toilets are among the most common items in your home to leak due to the amount of water that flows through them every day. You’d be surprised how much money a leaking toilet could cost you a fortune if you’re unaware or complacent about the issue. A slow leak can waste over 200 gallons per month while a major leak can exceed 50,000 gallons per month.

Regardless of the water rate in whatever city you’re in, wasting just one gallon is too much. Households that use well systems may find themselves paying higher electric bills, because the pumps have to continuously kick on to fill the tank.

A leaking toilet will make a hissing or trickling sound that often lasts for a substantial amount of time after the toilet has been flushed. If you hear this noise or suspect there is a leak, you shouldn’t hesitate to call AZ Preferred Plumbing to diagnose the problem and fix it before too much water and your money is wasted.

If the water leak isn’t associated with your toilets, showers, or faucets, the next possibility is that the leak is coming from the water pipes underground. This can be one of the most difficult types of leaks to find and may remain unnoticed for a while. This is because it’s not easy to spot due to its location under a concrete slab or below the soil outside. Sometimes the water leak is visible or audible. If the leak is serious enough, then you might hear a whining or hissing sound coming from underneath your home.

If you notice a leak in your yard or a saturated water buildup when there has not been any rain or other logical explanation, odd are that you have an underground leak. Most people will call the water company when they see a huge bill, but more often than not the water line on most properties is the home owners’ responsibility.

If you notice that your toilet is taking longer than normal to flush or your shower stream is not as powerful as it normally is, then you might have a slab leak. Underground leaks require the assistance professional plumber such as our experts at AZ Preferred Plumbing.

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