San Clemente’s Trusted Choice for Leak Detection
The average household consumes around 400 gallons of water daily. That seems like a lot, but think about it. Between flushing the toilet, washing clothes, washing the dishes, and more, we put our plumbing systems through their paces.
That’s why, when you have a leak, it is important to find and fix it as soon as possible. A leak that goes undetected can cost you money in utility bills, damage your home’s structure, and ultimately lead to a critical failure of your plumbing system.
Suspect you have a leak but need help finding it? Call Bill Metzger Plumbing at 949-492-3558 or contact us online today to schedule service.
Signs You’ve Sprung a Leak
Many leaks are undetectable to the naked eye. That’s because your plumbing system doesn’t start and stop with your faucets and toilet tanks. Pipes run deep in your walls and underground, making it frustratingly difficult to pinpoint the problem. If you notice any of the signs below, you may be dealing with a hidden leak:
- Mold or mildew
- Foul odor
- Discolored, warped, or damaged walls/ceilings
- A sudden, unexplainable increase in the water bill
- An overgrown or inexplicably damp patch of lawn
Have you noticed one of these telltale signs of leakage? Don’t wait! Call Bill Metzger Plumbing at 949-492-3558 or contact us online today to schedule leak detection services.
Our Leak Detection Services in San Clemente, CA
Even with hidden leaks, it can be tempting to try and fix the problem yourself, especially if you’re handy and are used to DIY projects. But trust us – this is a situation where you want to call in a professional. Pinpointing the exact location of hidden leaks without tearing up your walls or front yard often requires specialized equipment. Our highly qualified plumbers are experts in non-invasive leak detection technology, and we’ve been serving the residents of San Clemente for over 50 years. We come equipped and ready to find the leak using cameras, sensors, scopes, ground microphones, and other high-tech monitoring devices. If the leak’s there, we’ll find it.
Save your lawn and a ton of frustration. Call the leak detection professionals at Bill Metzger Plumbing 949-492-3558 or contact us online today.
The Benefits of Choosing Bill Metzger Plumbing for Your San Clemente Home
At Bill Metzger, we’ve worked on all things plumbing in the San Clemente area for over half a century. We are a 100% family-owned and -operated business, and we take customer service and integrity seriously.
Our leak detection services are fully backed by these Bill Metzger Plumbing Promises:
- Family values: To us, you’re like family. We will meet your plumbing needs quickly and at a price that fits within your budget, just like we’d want someone to do for a relative.
- Reliable service at honest prices: You can count on our plumbers to arrive on time, and you’ll always know the cost of services before work starts. You’ll never find hidden costs or surprise fees on your final bill.
- Complete customer satisfaction: Our services are backed by a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee, meaning if you’re not satisfied with our services, we’ll do whatever it takes to make things right!
- A+ rating with the BBB: We are proud to have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
Don’t settle for anything less than the family treatment when it comes to leak detection. Call Bill Metzger Plumbing 949-492-3558 or contact us online today.
Leak Detection FAQs
I can hear water running, and it sounds like it’s coming from inside the walls. Does this mean I have a leak?
Unless there’s an appliance in use like a dishwasher or clothes washer, a hidden water leak is likely in this case. We recommend calling a professional immediately, as a leak of this kind can mean structural damage to your home!
How do hidden water leaks happen?
Extreme heat or cold, an older pipe system, tree roots, ground shifts, and other nature-based hazards can cause hidden leaks. It’s best to be prepared for them eventually and know what to do. (Namely, call in an expert plumber).
Is low water pressure a sign of a leak?
Low water pressure could be due to many factors, and a leak is one of them. Check to make sure your water supply is turned on full blast. Then, check your system for obvious clogs. If this doesn’t fix the problem, a leak is more likely.