Underground Water Leak Detection

Jaymie Way Las Vegas, NV, US, 89106


We at Call of Dooty LLC have completed a new leak detection project in a residential place in Las Vegas. The project was carried out by our team of highly trained and qualified professionals. We used Goldak 777 to detect leaks in underground pipes and tanks. Our team also used a sophisticated network of monitoring equipment to detect leaks in hidden areas so as not to disturb any underground infrastructure or cause unnecessary damage to the environment.

The homeowner had noticed that the water pressure had dropped significantly in their house, but they weren't sure whether it was because the pipes were old or if there was an issue with the water main. They turned to Call of Dooty LLC because they wanted to be sure that they were getting accurate information about what was happening with their pipes and water main.

Our goal is to ensure that clients get their money's worth from every investment they make into their homes or business premises by ensuring that it can be maintained at all times without any disruption due to water leaks.

Leak Detection Process

If you're concerned about water leaks, it's necessary to know how these problems are detected and repaired. Here are a few steps of the process:

Step 1: Detecting the leak

The first step in the leak detection process is detecting the leak. To do this, we will inspect your plumbing system and discover where the problem lies. This process can be pretty complex, so hiring an experienced plumber is essential for an accurate diagnosis of your problem.

The first thing we will do is systematically check every part of your plumbing system until we find where the water is escaping from. Once we've identified the source of the leak, we'll also determine how much damage has been done to both inside and outside areas as a result of its presence there.

Step 2: Locating the leak

Once we've determined that there is a leak, it's time to locate the source of the water loss. There are several ways to do this.

  • A leak detector can be used to find leaks in pipes and other buried utility lines. These are usually handheld devices that have been calibrated to detect specific frequencies based on what type of pipe they're looking for. One example is water pipes produce different frequency sounds than gas pipes do.
  • If you don't have access to a specialized piece of equipment like this, you can use a water meter instead. If your house has more than one meter and both meters show an increase in consumption when you turn off all appliances except those that might be leaking, then there probably aren't any hidden leaks inside your walls or beneath your floors. Rather, the second meter will indicate an increase because it's detecting the flow from outside sources such as neighbors' houses or nearby apartments/condos/townhouses, etc.

Step 3: Fixing the leak

Once we've found the source of the leak, it's time to make repairs. The first step is to stop the water flow and turn off any power sources that might be feeding electricity into your plumbing system. Then, remove all debris around the pipe where the leakage occurs using a brush or cloth so we can see where exactly in your plumbing system there is an issue with leaks and other damage.

Once we have thoroughly cleaned out all obstructions in your pipes and fixtures, it's time to start making repairs. After fixing any cracks or holes in pipes using epoxy paste or PVC cement, we will apply some lubricant like WD-40 onto both sides of rubber gaskets. We do this before connecting them back into place on both sides of fixture joints or connections. Such as elbows or tees with their corresponding nuts/bolts/screws attached at each end, as needed for proper alignment during installation procedures. It will help prevent leaks from occurring again when connected materials expand due to temperature changes.

The leak detection process is a delicate and important process to master. It requires the proper equipment, training, and experience to locate and fix leaks. The key is knowing how to read your instruments and how to interpret the results so that you can act quickly on them.

You can have a safe and sound sleep knowing that there are no water leaks in your plumbing system

One of the most important things you can do to protect your home or business is to ensure that your plumbing system is in good working order. Unfortunately, many people wait until they face more problems before they take action. After all, it's easier to call the plumber when there's a leaking pipe than it is to prevent the leak in the first place. There are several benefits beyond saving money on costly repairs that come with getting an early detection of any potential leaks.

Leak detection protects your home or business from water damage

Leak detection can help you avoid expensive repairs, save money on your water bill, and avoid mold growth in your home or business. If you've ever had to deal with a leaky pipe or toilet, you know how frustrating it can be to pay for repairs that could have been avoided if only the problem was noticed a little early. Leak detection will help you avoid this situation by alerting you when there is an issue so that maintenance can be performed as soon as possible.

Leak detection can save you money on water bills

You can save money on your water bills by detecting leaks. Not only will you be able to identify the problem and fix it before too much water is wasted, but you'll also be able to prevent future leaks from occurring in the first place.

You may think that leak detection is just a way for people with older homes or older plumbing systems to find problems that are going unnoticed because they're not spending as much money on their water bills as they used to. However, even if your home was built recently, it doesn't mean there aren't any hidden issues that could cause major damage down the line if left unchecked. 

A lot of homes today have newer pipes and fixtures installed into them by contractors who don't always do quality work or pay attention when installing new parts. These types of mistakes are known as defects or latent defects, which exist within an item but cannot be detected upon initial inspection. These types of defects need special equipment.

Don't wait for a catastrophe to happen to get a plumbing inspection.

It’s not always easy to find the source of a leak in your plumbing system; often, professional help is needed to identify where it may be coming from. Even if you think an issue might be small and won't turn out to be anything major, it's still worth getting an inspection by professionals before things get worse and potentially way more expensive than they need to be.

If you need a leak detection service, Call of Dooty LLC is here to help!

Call of Dooty LLC provides services in Las Vegas and the surrounding areas. We also offer drain cleaning, faucet repair, sink repair, toilet repair, sewer repair, residential plumbing, and more.

Here at Call of Dooty, we take care of all your sewage needs, business or residential. We have the knowledge and experience to handle any clogs or overflows, as well as routine maintenance for your property. We are always available to help, so don’t hesitate to contact us!


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