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Water Leak Detection in Redland Bay

Puzzled by unexplained high water bills?

Water leaks often lurk in hard-to-reach or challenging-to-identify areas, leading to unexplained high bills. Whether behind walls, under slabs, in sewer pipes, or stormwater drains, leaks may result from a blocked drain, burst pipe, or faulty plumbing fixtures.

The Fallon Solutions plumbing team employs cutting-edge leak detection equipment to swiftly pinpoint the cause of your escalating water bills, saving you time and money.

*Please note, we do not complete leak detection works on pools or fire systems at this time.

Don’t let water damage your property. Schedule a comprehensive leak detection service today.

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Types of water leaks

The fresh water entering your home runs under pressure through the mains water pipe, which means a burst pipe can swiftly turn into a major household issue. The waste water leaving your home via the sewer system and the rainwater moving through stormwater drains are gravity-fed, usually resulting in slower leaks.

With these distinctions, there are generally three types of water leaks:

  • Stormwater leak: Does the leak occur only during rain? If so, it’s likely a stormwater leak.
  • Leaking sewer drain: Does the leak emit a foul odor? This often indicates a sewer leak.
  • Mains water supply: Does the water bubble up? It’s likely a water supply leak.

Regardless of the type, all these scenarios point to one solution – call a Fallon Solutions plumber today!

Identifying the leak

Besides surging water bills, watch for other signs indicating burst pipes or broken drains:

  • Persistent wet areas in the garden.
  • Unexplained plant or tree growth in one garden spot.
  • Dampness or mold on walls, ceilings, or floors.
  • Cracks in concrete, brickwork, or tiles.
  • Water stains on walls, ceilings, or floors.
  • Warped or expanded cabinetry.
  • Chipped or bubbled paint.
  • A musty or damp smell.

Checking the meter

Allocate a time when water won’t be needed for at least two hours. Turn off all taps and water-using appliances such as the dishwasher, washing machine, and hot water system (consult your hot water system manual for correct procedures). Note your home’s water meter reading and recheck after two hours. Any change indicates a potential leak in the mains water pipe.

Commercial leak detection solutions

Fallon Solutions assists not only homes but also workplaces. Our qualified plumbers help businesses locate and resolve leaks discreetly and effectively, minimising disruption to your operations.

Fallon Solutions leak detection services

We deliver professional water leak detection services using the latest technology, such as CCTV drain cameras for accurate and swift identification of burst pipes or broken drains. If you suspect a water leak in your home, contact our experienced plumbing team on 1300 054 488 or complete our leak detection service request form for fast and efficient leak detection and pipe repairs today.