Most meters have a leak indicator. It's normally a triangle or star on the face of the meter. You should turn off toilets and Ice maker then see if the leak indicator is turning. If yes please call HydroScout.
Make sure none of your fixtures are running, if not call HydroScout.
Not usually, your pipes are in the soil under the foundation. The only place they contact the foundation is where they come up to feed a fixture. At those points they are normally protected with a sleeve.
On average 1 person uses 3 thousand gallons per month.
Yes the average toilet can run in excess of 100 gallons per hour if its sticks wide open.
We use techniques and equipment that have been developed over the last 25 years. We actually listen through the foundation to close in on the signature sound of the leak.
Most leaks are found within 1 to 2 hours.
In some cases the leak will grow to the point where it floods the home.
We have found that the life of most piping ranges from 15 to 30 years depending on the type of pipe. However one leak is no indication that there will be more.
No. HydroScout locates the leak using sound waves. We do not use the hit and miss techniques that so many companies do.
This type of testing is outdated. Our technology has been used for over 25 years.
In most cases yes, please contact your insurance agency for your policy details.
HydroScout is a state certified General Contractor and HAAG certified roof inspector. We specialize in water intrusion leak detection and solutions to correct them.
Yes we do swimming pool, plumbing, roof and water intrusion inspections on a regular basis for realtors and potential buyers. We can give you a clean bill of health on your home.
Pools can lose up to 1/4 inch of water per day to evaporation. If your pool is losing more than 1/4 inch of water in a 24hr period, it most likely has a leak.