Jim Eckhoff of Eckhoff Plumbing called needing the service of a leak detector for a water leak in a fire main at Colerain Fire Department’s tower training facility. This was a 4″ galvanized water service running from a fire department connection into the fire tower. The leaking water service was also connected to a 3″
This leak detection involved what was thought to be a slab leak as the carpets in one of the client’s rooms were soaked. I was very apprehensive due to the COVID-19 pandemic and how the coronavirus is very dangerous for the elderly. While Reliable Leak Detection does everything possible to create a safe working environment,
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
For Fix a leak week, try performing a dye test with each of your toilets to ensure that they’re not leaking. If you find a leak, then you can call your local plumber to have them repair it or, if you are a DIY kind of person, replace the flushing mechanisms yourself. Other devices that should
I was called out to take care of a water leak at a large water park in Mason, Ohio. The specific area that had water leaking was adjacent to a 1/2 mile of 6″water line. The challenge was that the water line was no more than 100 ft away from I-75 and on the other
This project involved a 1/2 mile long 1-1/2″ water service running from a pump house to 20 spread out trailer home sites. The water leak had started in December and had grown progressively worse over the past 6 months. I started listening with the system wet at the pump house and walked with the plumber
The water leak detection service was for a 3/4″ PVC water service running roughly 100 ft between two buildings. There was a wet spot in the asphalt parking lot which gave me a rough starting point. The water pressure was 75 psi and the system produced a surprisingly strong signal when it was checked with
Kenton County Parks called regarding an underground water leak adjacent to some restrooms at Mils Road Park. This was another case of not being able to isolate the system as the 2″ copper water service had a reduced pressure backflow preventer on it, which would not allow adding compressed air or helium into the system.