Dayton Leak Detection and Repair from the Experts

According to the Alliance for Water Efficiency, studies have supported that the regular home loses 2,000 to 20,000 gallons of water annually due to leaks. A water leak can be expensive, not just because you’ll be paying for extra water than you’re using but also because water leaks can be extremely destructive to your house. That’s why it’s especially important to be able to identify even the smallest leak and mend it before the problem becomes devastating. Stevenson Service Experts is here to help make sure you can do just that. We have the skills and all the tools essential for qualified leak detection and water line repair in Dayton.

If you suspect you have a leak, but can’t uncover the evidence, our team can give you several pointers on how to check your water meter to find clues. Then, if you suspect there could actually be a leak you can call us at 937-503-7896 and we will find the source of the leak and get it mended ASAP before you spend more money or possibly damage your home.

With all of the ways water is used in a home, there are numerous places you could find a leak, including:

  • Toilets
  • Water supply line
  • Faucets
  • Showers and tubs
  • Whole house humidifiers

Reasons for these leaks include problems from broken seals around water connectors to corroded pipes to clogs and more. Our experts have years of experience tracking down leaks, so don’t delay to call us to help prevent water damage from potential leaks.

Common Areas Leaks Occur:

  • Inside the kitchen sink cabinet under the trap beneath the sink
  • Water-supply lines and connections under the kitchen sink
  • The laundry room–washing machines are notorious for leaking after they wear out
  • The hot- and cold-water hoses connected to your washing machine

If you discover evidence of a leak, let the experts at Stevenson Service Experts find the trouble and get everything working as it should. Call us today at 937-503-7896 or request an appointment online.

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