Very often the first sign you get that you have a water leak is a phone call or letter from your water supply authority advising your water usage is higher than normal. Or worse, you get your water bill.
THIS IS WHERE WE CAN HELP. GETTING OUR LEAK DETECTION SPECIALISTS TO SITE EARLY CAN SAVE YOU MONEY.
Excess Water Usage
Your total water consumption includes water you are legitimately consuming. What you really need to know is how much water you are losing. You can easily establish your water loss with a simple water meter test. There are simple tests you can do prior to calling us if you wish. These tests will establish if there is a leak.
OF COURSE, LEAKTECH CAN DO THESE AND MANY MORE TESTS TO ESTABLISH WITH 100% CERTAINTY IF THERE IS A LEAK AND PINPOINT ITS LOCATION.
Water Meter Test
Observe your water meter (usually at the front of the property) for at least 30 minutes. Record the number on each dial at the beginning of the period. Make sure no one or any appliances are using water at the time of observation. If the numbers have changed, then you have a leak.
- Check that all taps and hoses are turned off.
- Check for dripping taps.
- Turn off any washing machine, dishwasher, fridge/freezers with water and/or ice dispensers.
- Turn off toilet stop cock.
Return to observe your water meter. If the meter has stopped moving, then one of your appliances or toilet has a leak. You can then work your way through each appliance to find which one is leaking.
If the meter is still turning, then you have a hidden pressure pipe leak.
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It is very common for older pipes to develop leaks. Pipes degrade with age and ground movement, which often occurs after periods of heavy rain or dry weather, causes pipes to break. When water leaks are hidden, you don’t know where to start. Our leak technicians can select from a range of leading leak detection technologies and effective methods to pinpoint the leak. Our industry-leading methods eliminate the need for destructive and costly digging, searching for the leak.