Top-Rated Leak Detection Services in the Brevard County Area
It used to be that if you wanted to find a leak, you had to rely on mechanical technologies that were time-consuming and inaccurate. They often required plumbers to dig up infrastructure and landscaping.
Mac 5 Services has brought leak detection into a new era with innovative technologies that are quick, unobtrusive, and exacting. We can track hidden leaks underneath your foundation or in your walls.
- 24/7 emergency services
- Transparent, upfront pricing
- Certified, background-checked plumbers
- A written workmanship guarantee
- Friendly, respectful employees
- Precise leak detection technology
Quality Pipe Leak Detection & Repair at Honest Prices
Leaks are often difficult to detect, but even the smallest leak can generate high utility bills, mold infestations, and water damage. A typical leak of one drop per second can waste as much as 3,000 gallons annually. This is an expensive problem with insidious side effects.
Water is a highly destructive force that can cause ceiling swelling, mildew, and rotting décor. To add to the challenge, leaks aren’t always easy to see. They’re often hidden behind thick concrete and beneath deep foundations.
We offer routine inspections to detect problems before they cause catastrophic damage. If you keep up with this part of your maintenance, you can escape the expensive consequences of water damage. We use honest, transparent pricing strategies to bring you the most economical solutions in the industry.
Discuss your leak detection needs with Mac 5 Services in Melbourne at (321) 244-7500.
How We Find Leaks in Your Home
Our advanced electronic leak detectors can locate your leak with the utmost precision. They rely on a sound-sensitive transducer to detect and amplify hidden drips. Once we’ve located the leak, we’ll proceed with reparations.
Electronic leak detectors are designed to detect leak acoustics in drains, water pipes, toilets, and steam pipes. They’ve become increasingly accurate with time, allowing us to locate problems without digging up your infrastructure. This allows us to diagnose and fix leaks promptly and avoid costly repairs.
Arrange a leak detection service with the Melbourne Mac 5 Services team at (321) 244-7500.
How To Tell if Your Home Has a Leak
You can contribute to your leak management by watching for common signs of a leak. This will prevent expensive damage and keep your air clear of mold spores. Look for:
- Unexplained increases in your water bills
- The sound of gurgling from pipes, drains, or toilets
- Wet spots
- Reduced water pressure
- Dark stains next to your water lines
- Mildew and mold
- Corroded pipes
- Sagging ceilings
If you spot any of these symptoms, contact Mac 5 Services in Melbourne at (321) 244-7500.
Melbourne’s Emergency Plumbers
Mac 5 Services was launched by a husband and wife, and it’s remained a family business ever since. We’re a part of the community, so we’re honored to serve those we share it with.
We’re a one-stop shop for all your leak detection, plumbing, HVAC, and electrical needs. We offer:
- Integrity: We keep our promises and arrive when we say we will.
- Transparency: We arm our clients with all the information they need to make decisions.
- Helpfulness: We don’t try to upsell our clients. We’ll provide only the solutions you want and need.
- Speed: Our 24/7 live answering team will address urgent requests. Our team always has the right equipment on hand.
Speak to your Melbourne Mac 5 Services plumbing team at (321) 244-7500.
Leak Detection Frequently Asked Questions
Common questions we receive about leak detection include:
How much does leak detection cost?
Leak detection and repair costs can range from $99 to $700, depending on the location and severity of your leak.
How do plumbers find leaks?
Ground microphones, electronic leak detectors, video pipe inspections, and heat scanners can all find the source of leaks in concrete.
How do electronic leak detectors work?
This technology picks up the high-frequency sounds of a leak through a microphone. A trained plumber can interpret these signals, even if your leak is minor and hidden behind concrete.