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Reno Leak Detection Services & Repairs

Affordable "One-Stop" for Non-Invasive Leak Detection and Trenchless Plumbing Repairs

When it comes to detecting water leaks or a sewer line leak in your home or office, you may be wondering if you should try to do it yourself or hire a professional plumber who specializes in leak detection. There are pros and cons to both options, but in the end, hiring a professional is always the best decision because the total cost will be considerably lower.

 

Hoffman Plumbing has invested in the latest tools and camera technology to detect even the smallest leak quickly and accurately. We also have extensive knowledge on how to properly diagnose and repair leaks, which means we can save you time and money in the long run.

 

So if you're worried about a potential leak in your home or office, don't hesitate to call the professionals at Hoffman Plumbing. We'll take care of everything for you!

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Why Choose Hoffman Plumbing for Leak Detection in Reno NV?
  • Over 55 Years in Business

  • Locally Owned & Operated in Northern Nevada

  • Accurate Leak Detection Results You Can Trust

  • 5 Star Customer Reviews

  • Fully Licensed for Leak Detection & Plumbing Repairs

  • Industry Leading Customer Service

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Non-Invasive Leak Detection Specialists

FOR DETECTION OF WATER LEAKS IN WATER LINES AND SEWER LINES

Using industry-leading diagnostic leak detection equipment, Hoffman Plumbing will not only be able to locate your leak but is fully qualified to make any plumbing repair needed.

 

While other companies only offer leak detection, Hoffman Plumbing is your "one-stop" for leak detection and plumbing repair services. We are fully licensed and trained to both find the leak and also repair the plumbing issue in one service call.

How Can A Leakage be Detected?

Without seeing water shooting out of a pipe, it can be difficult to determine the location of the leak, especially when your water lines or sewer lines are underground and beneath a hard surface such as concrete or pavers. If left untreated, the leak can cause costly damage to your home or office.

 

Water leaking out of pipes or water lines not only causes a sound (similar to a hiss) but also a vibration of the pipe. The vibration can be detected in both longitudinal and latitudinal directions. The longitudinal vibrations are used to determine the approximate area of the leak. Once the approximate area is determined, the latitudinal vibrations are used to pin-point the exact location of the leak. Using acoustic vibrations, water leak detection equipment can quickly and easily locate leaks without causing any damage to your property.

 

Water leak detection equipment and video camera inspection equipment is a valuable tool for finding leaks in both residential and commercial properties. When a leak is detected, it is important to repair the leak as soon as possible to avoid costly damage.

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Signs You May Have a Water Line Leak:

  • You hear a strange noise coming from your walls or floor

  • Your water bills have been increasing, even though you're using the same amount of water as usual

  • Your water meter flood readings usage when you're not running water

  • You see water pooling in areas where it doesn't usually accumulate

  • Your home's foundation seems to be shifting or cracking

  • There's a sudden decrease in water pressure when you turn on your taps

  • You find evidence of moisture or mold in hidden areas such as the attic or basement

Did You Know?

  • A crack in your irrigation pipe of 1/32nd inch, the width of a dime, can waste about 6,300 gallons of water per month.

  • 10% of homes have leaks that waste more than 90 gallons of water per day.

Source: EPA Leak Facts | WaterSense | US EPA):

Where Can Leaks be Detected?

Using pin-point precision and accuracy, Hoffman Plumbing will save time, money, and reduce repair costs by knowing EXACTLY where the water leak is located. We are able to do this by using state of the art listening equipment and video camera inspection tools that help us locate water leaks under multiple surfaces quickly, easily and without damage.

 

We are able to locate leaks under multiple surfaces and within various structures. We use the latest technology to help us identify these leaks so that we can get them repaired as quickly as possible so you don't have to worry about any additional damage that might be caused.

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Under Paved Surfaces

We are able to use our equipment to locate leaks under asphalt, concrete, brick, and pavers. If you don't want to or can't dig up your paved surfaces in order to find the leak, this is an excellent option.

Unpaved Surfaces

We can also find leaks under unpaved surfaces, such as gravel, dirt, and grass. This is ideal for individuals who don't want their landscaping disturbed.

Within Structures

We can also locate leaks within structures, such as behind walls, under floors, and in ceilings. Leaks within walls and ceilings can cause serious damage to a property, as they can create weak spots. In addition, leaks can also cause mold and mildew to form, which can be harmful to your health.

Homes and Offices Built on a Slab

We are also able to detect leaks in homes and offices that have been built on a slab. Houses built on a slab are especially susceptible to leaks because the plumbing is often embedded in the concrete. Leaks can occur in the joints where the pipes connect, or in the pipes themselves. We use state of the art equipment to locate these leaks and fix them quickly and efficiently.

Homes and Offices with Basements

Homes and Offices with Basements: We can also detect leaks in homes and offices that have basements.

Call our local Carson City, Gardnerville or Reno leak detection specialists today to schedule an appointment for a leak detection consultation. We will be able to determine where your leak is located and provide you with a plan of action to get it repaired quickly and efficiently.