Leak Detection Services

We Offer Quality Leak Detection Las Vegas Trusts

Are you looking for a reliable leak detection company in Las Vegas? If so, we’re here to help.

Call of Dooty specializes in leak detection services. We provide our clients with the latest equipment and technology to make sure that every job we do is done right.

We have been around for years and have helped many households and business facilities get to the bottom of their leak concerns. Our leak detection specialists are highly trained and know what they are doing. You can rely on them to find any leaks in your home or business.

We offer our services at affordable prices so that everyone can afford them. No matter what your budget is, we will work with you on getting your problem fixed as quickly as possible.

Gas Leak Detection

If you’re worried about gas leaks in your home or business, it’s time to take action.

Gas leaks can be dangerous and lead to a host of health problems, including lung disease and cancer. They’re also incredibly expensive to repair, so it’s in your best interest to catch them early on.

Luckily, with our gas leak detection services, you can rest easy knowing that your home is safe from the dangers of gas leaks. From our initial inspection of your home’s piping system to our ongoing service contract, we’ll keep an eye out for any signs of trouble. We’ll also work with you to develop a plan so that if there is ever an emergency, we know exactly what needs to be done—and how, quickly.

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Slab Leak Detection

The best way to avoid slab leaks is to detect them early on.

Slab leaks are typically caused by faulty plumbing pipes, but they can also be the result of a collapsed pipe or a broken water line. If you suspect that you have a slab leak, it’s important to identify and fix the problem as soon as possible. Otherwise, your slab could be damaged due to water damage and mold growth, ultimately costing you thousands of dollars in repair costs.

If you’re unsure whether or not your home has a slab leak, call Call of Dooty today. Our team of experts can come out to your property and inspect it for any signs of leaks or damage.

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Sewer Leak Detection

Leaking sewer pipes can be a major problem, especially if they’re undetected. You might not realize it, but a leaky pipe can waste thousands of gallons of water every year.

The longer you wait to get it fixed, the more water will continue to leak out and go down the drain. That’s money you could be saving!

If you suspect that your home has a sewer leak, Call of Dooty can help. Our experts will come out to your property and inspect for any signs of damage or leaks in the plumbing system. If we find one, we’ll replace it with high-quality parts so you can rest assured that everything is working properly again.

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State-of-the-Art Equipment: Goldak Leak Detection

We only use Goldak equipment for leak detection because we know it’s the best available. That’s why our customers are always satisfied with the results they get from our services.

Goldak detectors are the most advanced tools for finding leaks in your plumbing system. They’re incredibly accurate, and they can even identify the location of a leak within an inch or two of accuracy. The Goldak equipment has a range of up to 100 feet and can be used in any type of area—from homes to businesses to industrial sites. The equipment is also incredibly sensitive, so it can detect leaks at even the slightest rate. If you have a leak in your home, whether big or small, our Goldak detectors will be able to find it.

Frequently Asked Questions

A carbon monoxide detector is a device that detects the presence of carbon monoxide gas. Carbon monoxide is a colorless and odorless gas that can be deadly when it enters your home. If you smell something like rotten eggs, natural gas, or even sewage, that could mean you have an unsafe level of carbon monoxide.

But will a carbon monoxide detector detect a gas leak? The answer depends on the conditions present.

If you have a gas leak, the carbon monoxide detector will detect it. The problem is that if there is no odor present, you may not realize that you have a gas leak in your home until it’s too late.

When you have a gas stove, detecting a gas leak is important. Not only can it be dangerous, but it could also lead to thousands of dollars in repairs.

Here are some tips for how to detect a gas leak on your stove:

  • First, turn off all appliances that are connected to the gas line.
  • Next, check for any leaks by using soap bubbles or spray paint. If you see bubbles or hear hissing sounds, there is probably a leak somewhere nearby.
  • Finally, check out the connection between your stove and its gas line. Make sure that everything is tightly connected and that there are no cracks in any of those areas. If there are cracks or loose connections then they need to be repaired immediately by a licensed and experienced plumber.

If you’re not sure whether your furnace is leaking gas, here are some things to look out for:

  • A strong, sweet smell in the air. This is usually a sign of methane gas. Methane is odorless, but it’s very explosive, so you should be careful if your furnace is emitting this smell.
  • A change in the color of your walls or other surfaces. If there’s a leak, the flame will burn off paint and discolor surfaces.
  • Water stains on walls or ceilings near the furnace. This can happen if there’s a leak in the pipes that run from your water heater to your furnace (most furnaces use this type of connection). If so, it’s likely that there’s also a gas leak.

It’s not uncommon for homeowners to discover a slab leak, but it can be difficult to know if you are experiencing one. If water is dripping from a pipe or a faucet and nothing seems to be wrong with it, then you should look elsewhere.

  • Look for discoloration on the floor or walls of your basement or crawlspace. If the flooring or wall has discolored areas where water has seeped through, it’s likely you have a slab leak.
  • Watch for signs of mold and mildew growth in your basement or crawlspace. This may be an indication that there is moisture present in these areas which could lead to mold growth if not addressed immediately.

If you do suspect there may be undetected leaks in your home’s foundation or basement, contact us today so we can schedule an inspection.

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