Like finding a needle in a haystack, leak detection can be a cumbersome and daunting task.

By using the latest infrared and nitrogen technology, AQUAFI technicians are able to pin-point leaks without tearing down walls or putting a shovel in the yard. For leak detection, our mission is using non-invasive techniques to locate leaks on commercial and residential property. This approach translates to savings in construction and repair in the long term.

How does this technology work? Team members use 2 methods: thermal cameras or nitrogen testing. For nitrogen testing, an AQUAFI technician will pump nitrogen into the property’s water line. Wherever a leak is present, the nitrogen will bubble, and emit a unique sound. By utilizing high-tech listening devices, the technician will be able to locate the leak within a 1 foot radius — THAT’S A GUARANTEE!

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Specializing in Residential and Commercial Slab Leaks

  • Under concrete and asphalt
  • Basements
  • Landscaping
  • Water Heaters
  • AC Leaks
  • Water mains
  • Utility lines
  • Behind walls

Leak Detection Orlando

Leak detection is the process of finding leaks in your home that is not obvious.  There are many different types of leaks so there are several different types of leak detection.

There are many different reasons that leaks happen from the corrosive nature of water and chemicals to the settling of your house.  The aging of the plumbing system and its eventual failure leads to a need to find the problem area.

There are two major types of leak detection when it comes to finding water leaks in your home.  The first being highly sensitive leak detection listening equipment and the second being a leak detection infrared camera.  The leak detection listening equipment allows a trained technician to locate leaks under concrete slabs on pressurized water lines.  The plumbing lines can be under your home or around your pool.  The second method would be the leak detection infrared camera.  This camera allows the user to see differences in temperature.  Being that most plumbing leaks are either colder of hotter than the ambient temperature of everything around it water in the wall will show as a different temperature.