Leak Detection Services in Apex, NC

Do you have a leak hidden somewhere in your walls, beneath your floors, or out in your lawn? It’s all but inevitable that sooner or later, you’ll encounter a leak; even regular maintenance and a good installation can’t reduce the risk to zero. Once a leak starts, quick detection is crucial to minimize potential damage.

That’s why you want AJET Plumbing & Services to detect leaks the moment you suspect one. We use the latest tools and techniques to quickly identify leaks, no matter how minor or hidden from sight, and we implement quick solutions to minimize your damages and restore full reliability.

Contact us or call (919) 371-5222 today to schedule leak detection services in Apex and Cary, NC.

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How To Tell If You Have a Leak

Sometimes it’s easy to tell if you have a leak, with all the water, dampness, and home damage as water gushes through your drywall into your carpet. But most leaks aren’t that obvious — not at first. To avoid reaching that point, you can learn to identify the signs of a leak that go unnoticed by many homeowners.

Look for these subtler symptoms of a developing leak:

  • The sound of running water when all fixtures are off
  • Spotting additional pests, mold, mildew, and other things that feed on water
  • Increased humidity and dampness where it’s not expected
  • Signs of water damage such as bubbling, stains, and peeling wallpaper
  • Musty smells
  • Water bills that are higher than anticipated

If one or more of these symptoms sounds familiar, you might have a leak.

Call (919) 371-5222 and have AJET Plumbing find it before the damages get any worse.

Why It’s Important To Fix a Leak Promptly

Wondering why a leak that isn’t causing obvious damages is worth solving? Maybe the only symptom you’ve noticed is a bit of dampness in an unfinished basement — not a big deal if nothing else is happening, right?

Once water starts pushing itself through a leak, that leak will get worse — and that means even a small leak will start causing more damage and wasting more money. There are countless reasons to fix leaks other than simple water expenses, however:

  • Water attracts pests and causes mold growth.
  • Additional humidity increases energy expenses for HVAC.
  • Even small amounts of water over time can cause catastrophic damage to susceptible materials.
  • Small leaks can be warning signs of more substantial issues with your pipes.
  • Leaks from drains can be hazardous to your health, releasing bacteria into your home’s air.

The sooner you act to identify and resolve a leak, the less likely you are to see serious problems as a result.

Residential Leak Detection Services

At AJET Plumbing, we have several to detect leaks in your home, even when they’re hidden from sight.

We can use electronic leak detection technology, which takes advantage of the unique sounds made by a leak in your pipes to track it down no matter where it may be.

We also have video inspection technology, allowing us to feed a small camera into your plumbing on a line, so we can inspect your plumbing from the inside — even the parts that are difficult to access.

Once we’ve figured out the problem, we have several available solutions, which we’ll discuss with you once we understand the issue, so you can make the right choice for your home.

Choose AJET Plumbing for Leak Detection in Wake County

When you suspect a leak in your plumbing, don’t wait until it gets worse. Choose the plumbing experts at AJET Plumbing, and let us use the latest technology and old-fashioned know-how to detect your leaks and get things back to normal in your home.

Contact us today at (919) 371-5222 if you’re ready to request leak detection services in Wake County.

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