Do you suspect a leak in your home or place of business but are unsure of the source? Give the leak detection experts at Restoration Relief LLC a call to identify any leaks and their cause before the problem worsens. Restoration Relief LLC has been providing leak detection services for homes and businesses throughout the area for over 10 years. Call Restoration Relief LLC for leak detection and avoid having a water damage emergency.
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Small Leaks Become Big Problems
Even a pipe that is dripping slowly or intermittently can make a huge mess. When moisture sits behind walls and under flooring, mold and mildew will grow. Sitting moisture also rots wood and compromises the structural supports of a building. If you suspect that you've got a leak, call the experts at Restoration Relief LLC as soon as possible. Signs of a leak can include hearing water dripping or running, seeing cracks or stains in ceilings and walls, feeling moisture under carpeting or smelling musty odors. Our skilled team will assess the situation, identify any leaks and quickly resolve the problem. Once identified, our dry out team will quickly and thoroughly remove damaged boards and insulation materials and dry all structures. Restoration Relief LLC will stop leaks and prevent larger water damage problems.
Restoration Relief LLC's Leak Detection Methods
When you call Restoration Relief LLC to look into your leaking pipes, appliances and more, a water damage professional will be deployed to your home or office, armed with state of the art equipment and the knowledge to use it to get to the bottom of the issue quickly and accurately. Once identified using one or more of the methods below, we'll work to devise a plan to resolve the leak and dry the area completely.
Video Leak Detection - We often feed a video camera down into pipes to pinpoint the origins of leaks. This method allows home and business owners to see the leak on the screen and understand the size and scope of the problem.
Ultrasonic Leak Detection - We can hear leaks as well as using sound technology. This can help locate the source of a leak and is used when we can't get a visual.
Infrared Leak Detection - We are able to use infrared imaging to see behind walls and under floorboards. The devices pick up moisture and allow us to target the source and scope of the leak.
Smoke Detection - Less commonly, non-toxic smoke can be pumped into pipes. If a leak is present, the smoke will escape at the source, allowing the technicians to identify and correct the leak.