Leak Detection

Protecting Your Home from Plumbing Leaks

At Mesquite Plumbing Inc, we understand the importance of timely and accurate leak detection services. Plumbing leaks can often go unnoticed, causing significant damage to your home over time. Our licensed plumbers specialize in detecting and repairing leaks promptly, helping you safeguard your property.

Our Comprehensive Leak Detection Services

No matter where the leak is hiding – behind walls, above ceilings, or within your foundation – our experts have the tools and expertise to find it. Simply call our dedicated team at (972) 285-5938

Types of Plumbing Leaks We Handle

Our skilled professionals are equipped to inspect and repair various types of leaks, including:

  • Toilets
  • Sinks
  • Showers
  • Slabs
  • Pipes

Recognizing the Signs of Plumbing Leaks

If you’re unsure whether you have a plumbing leak, keep an eye out for these common signs:

  • Unexplained Water Bill Increases
  • Loud Pipes, Even When Water Isn’t Being Used
  • Pools of Water Collecting in Your Home or on Your Property
  • Damp Carpet
  • Mold and Mildew
  • Inadequate Water Pressure
  • Continually Cycling Water Heater
  • Warm Spots on Your Floors

Slab Leaks: The Stealthy Culprit

Slab leaks can be particularly sneaky, occurring beneath your home’s concrete foundation or basement floor. These hidden leaks can raise your water bill for months before becoming evident.
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Leak Detection FAQs

Can you tell me how to detect a water leak?

If you suspect a water leak in your home, the most reliable solution is to call a plumbing professional. Our experts have specialized tools to identify the leak source and assess any additional damage throughout your home. However, you can follow these helpful tips on how to identify hidden water leaks if you’re uncertain.

How does leak detection work?

Most leak detection systems utilize small turbines or ultrasonic wavelengths to monitor water flow through your pipes. These systems employ sensors to detect and record abnormalities in water flow, pressure, gallonage, or temperature changes. When an issue is identified, our plumbing professionals use these readings to pinpoint the source of the problem.

Is leak detection covered by insurance?

Most homeowners’ insurance policies cover water damage resulting from plumbing leaks. However, long-term issues that could have been resolved with proper maintenance may not be included.