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Leak Detection Services in Raleigh, NC

Hundreds of gallons of water move through your home each day, making leak detection services essential to protect your home investment. Not all leaks can be seen with the untrained eye, which is why if you suspect one, you should act fast and call on one of our master plumbers at Raleigh Heating & Air to help inspect your home.

Raleigh Heating & Air has provided accurate and timely leak detection services in Raleigh, NC, for over 25 years. Contact us today to schedule an appointment! 

How Do Leaks Happen?

House leaks are one of the most stressful experiences a homeowner will endure. At the heart of these events lies the question: “How did this happen?” Leaks occur for a variety of reasons but are usually caused by one or more of the following reasons:

  • High water pressure
  • Poor installation
  • Low-quality materials 
  • Tree roots
  • Temperature changes 
  • Shifts in the foundation

Our team is experienced in diagnosing your house leak quickly and skillfully. Contact us immediately when you first spot the signs of a leak. Not sure what those signs are? Read on!

How to Spot a Leak

Getting on top of a hidden leak requires three things: education, inspection, and action. Knowing the signs, being on the lookout for them, and then acting right when you see them can save you thousands of dollars worth of damages from a leak in your home. Some common signs that indicate you have a malfunctioning pipe and/or leak include: 

  • Discolored water 
  • Smelly water
  • Low water pressure 
  • Strange sounds coming from your water faucets 
  • Warped or sagging walls/ceilings
  • A spike in your water bill
  • An overly damp patch of lawn
  • Mold or mildew

Do any of these signs sound familiar? If so, call Raleigh Heating & Air today for an inspection. Our leak detection services in Raleigh, NC, will uncover your leak in no time. 

How Raleigh Heating & Air Can Help with Leaks

Effective leak detection requires master plumbers who know what they are doing and are equipped with the tools to diagnose and treat the leak with precision and expertise. Hidden leaks can be diagnosed with the help of cameras, sensors, scopes, ground microphones, and other innovations designed for this purpose to keep disruption of your home or yard to a minimum. 

Contact Raleigh Heating & Air today to take advantage of our non-invasive leak technology!

Preventive Maintenance to Avoid Leaks

One of the best ways to avoid disastrous home water leaks is to stay on top of your home maintenance. It is recommended that you have your water, sewer, and plumbing lines inspected once a year to ensure that you don’t have any existing blockages and that all the plumbing components are in good shape. Water sensors can also be installed to support your leak detection efforts and help you prevent costly water damage.

Contact Raleigh Heating & Air today to schedule a preventive maintenance appointment and learn more about how you can actively safeguard your home from leaks.  

Why Choose Raleigh Heating & Air

Raleigh Heating & Air is known throughout the Triangle region of North Carolina for outstanding customer service, top-of-the-line product offerings, and punctuality. Success with leak detection requires all three of these professional qualities for long-term stability with your home’s plumbing system. 

Our customer base has continued to grow over the past couple of decades because of our customer-first approach in all we do. You and your home are in good hands with the team at Raleigh Heating & Air. 

Contact Raleigh Heating & Air today to get started with leak detection services or schedule a preventive maintenance visit. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Where do most home leaks occur?

The most common home water leak is a dripping faucet or showerhead. 

Why do pipes leak?

Common reasons that pipes leak include excess pressure, cracks, and corrosion. 

Where should I look for plumbing leaks in my home?

Keep an eye out for plumbing leaks under sinks in bathrooms and the kitchen, as well as at caulking around sinks, shower door seals, and walls/ceilings (look for dark spots), 

Contact Raleigh Heating & Air to have your plumbing system inspected today. Proactively protect your home from dangerous leaks by calling on our team of professionals at the first signs of a leak! 

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