I received a call from a maintenance supervisor looking for a leak detector who could find a slab leak at an assisted living facility in Florence, KY. They had sprung a significant water leak under their concrete slab floor. They needed a leak detector to find the water leak so that their plumber could proceed
I was called out to an emergency line location service (as opposed to most of my jobs being leak detection consultations) to help find where a plastic water line ran. After an intense fire had destroyed this building, the water service riser was gushing water where it had melted from the heat of the fire
I received a call from Phyllis, a realtor and property manager in Newport, Kentucky. She and her husband, Joe, own multiple commercial properties and this was the first time they had a water service leak. Their water bill had gone up considerably and they needed to have the underground water leak detection performed ASAP! I
Reliable Leak Detection was called to perform at leak detection service at a major office supply company in Cold Springs, Kentucky. The combination fire/ domestic water main ran from the front of the building to the rear and into the dock area. It appeared the pipe broke at an elbow or tee as it transitioned
We were called out to perform a leak detection service on a fire protection line at rear of hotel near parking/landscaped island. The line was 4″PVC plastic feeding a fire hydrant which was within ten feet of the leak. I started at the hydrant and worked back towards the leak. The pressure at the hotel
Water main leak detection in North Vernon, Indiana involved a 1/2 mile long, 8″water service running from the main line at Route 50 down a winding country rode to a chicken production farm which uses over 3 million gallons/month! The water main, which was C-900, which is a thick wall PVC, was only 2 -3
I was called out to perform a pipe leak detection at a home in Union, Kentucky to find a water leak that had started the prior week. The owner mentioned that the plumber, Jolly Plumbing of Wilder, Kentucky, had dropped by to preview the situation and had found a wet spot near a rose bush.
This was my easiest slab leak yet. After interviewing my client, I found that the water lines were only 1/2″, which didn’t produce as much sound with just water leaking, but sang like a canary after adding compressed air. After checking the valving and watching the water meter, I found that this was a hot