Laguna Niguel Leak Detection Services
Finding the source of leaking water is critical because of the damage that it can do to your Laguna Niguel, CA home. Sometimes leaks are not visible to the naked eye, but you might notice an increase in your water bill or lower pressure from your faucets. Call the electronic leak detection pros 24/7 at (949) 371-8413.
Our Laguna Niguel leak detection experts will arrive at your home on time and ready to deploy their expertise and inspection tools. The newest electronic leak detection technology allows us to locate the source of your leak without cutting holes in your walls or doing other damage. Walls, foundations, drain lines & more are no match for our leak test. Once we know where the issue is, our technicians can get the issue fixed fast.
Affordable Laguna Niguel Electronic Leak Detection
Leaks happen for a number of reasons from poor installation practices, structure settling and failure of old pipes that are not up to today’s standards. Even the smallest of leaks can escalate into a health hazard with mold growth, as well as an issue with the structural integrity of your home.
Save Money with Laguna Niguel Pinhole Leak Detection
If there is no water currently running in your home, but your water meter is moving – you likely have a hidden slab leak. Keeping an eye on your hot water heater – if it is running a lot more than usual, it may be time to contact a plumbing service.
If you need leak detection, Laguna Niguel residents can call us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at (949) 371-8413 to schedule an appointment. We can locate any type of leak, whether it is an emergency job or a small pin-hole leak.
Specializing in Finding & Fixing Your Leak in Laguna Niguel
Laguna Niguel, CA 92677
About Laguna Niguel
With a population of around 63,000, this city is situated in the southeastern part of Orange County. When it comes to keeping busy and finding various activities to engage in, there are plenty choices available here.
If you’re visiting Victoria Beach, be sure to go to the Victoria beach Pirate Tower. Erected by an eccentric in 1926, legend has it that the second owner of the estate it’s erected on would dress up like a pirate and hide candy and coins between the rocks on the tower. While the tower itself remains locked, its base is still accessible.
Another unusual stop to make in the area is at the Aliso Summit Fairy Trail. A dozen or more fairy houses have been placed along the trail and most have been exquisitely decorated over time. You can obtain a map of the fairy house locations at the start of the trailhead.