Water Pipe Leak in Clifton, Ohio. I was called out to a home in Clifton for a water pipe leak on a 1″copper water line that was over 1,000 ft long. There was water coming out of the hill near the water meter which initially gave the owner and me the impression that was where
Pipe leak detection in Hamilton, Ohio. Emergency phone call from Gil Ruehl Plumbing on Friday requesting immediate leak location at a large box hardware store in Hamilton, OH. Upon arriving at the site I found the plumber had already determined a general area in the parking lot, roughly 1,000 ft away from the meter pit.
Batavia, Ohio water leak location: Jolly Plumbing called asking for help with leak detection for two separate lines at an apartment complex in Batavia. The second line, (shown in the picture) turned out to be at the exterior wall. It became obvious upon listening to the main valve and probing/ listening just outside. There was
Pipe leak detection in Amelia, Ohio: Jolly Plumbing called requesting pipe leak detection for two lines at an apartment complex in Amelia. The first one was very peculiar. It was a 3/4″ plastic line that generated a tremendous amount of noise inside the house. After reviewing the interior and exterior, I was finally able to
Leak location in Hebron, Kentucky : I received a call from the client who had just dug a hole in her front yard searching for the water leak. She and her dad had dug 36″down and finally agreed that they should have the pipe leak location determined by a leak locator. I came out and
Lawrenceburg – Aurora – Greendale, Indiana leak detection service involved a roughly 4,000 ft water line running 2,000 ft from the meter at the street to a pump house, then roughly 2,000 ft. more up to the home at the top of the hill. The water line was 1″ run at roughly 70 psi from
Boone County, Kentucky slab leak detection job was performed on a Saturday and involved an apartment where there wasn’t a valve to isolate the system, so I then switched to listening-only mode, which makes the leak location considerably more challenging. I was able to add some compressed air into the system which added to the
Cincinnati, Ohio slab leak detection : I received a call late on Thursday two weeks ago from an apartment complex manager in Price Hill. They needed a huge underground leak detection under a parking lot. This one was fairly easy as it was a matter of drilling some holes and listening with my sonic listening
Leak detection service in Covington, Kentucky was easy as the line was a 3/4″ copper with water pressure at 80 psi. It was located in the lawn with a slight incline in the front yard. The meter was only 70 ft from the house and the actual leak was 20 ft in from the meter.
Slab leak detection in Wyoming, Ohio was part of an in-slab hydronic heating system. While slab leaks are challenging, they’re even harder when you can’t evacuate the system with compressed air and/or add helium for helium tracing. I was limited to walking around the entire first floor of the home listening with my sonic listening
Found underground leak location on hill in Erlanger, Kentucky. The home was on a hill roughly 50ft higher than the meter, which made evacuating the line with compressed air very difficult as getting the leak to bleed out wasn’t working. The water line, which was 3/4″polyethylene had a very small leak, less than 1/4gpm. Because