Are you concerned that your home has fallen victim to a plumbing leak? Have you received a higher than usual water bill? Do you notice visible signs of a water leak in areas around the inside or outside of your home? If so, we can help! Here at Gordon Plumbing we provide non-intrusive water leak detection in Sterlington 5 days a week. Our small team of highly trained plumbers are experts at locating water leaks at their source and repairing them quickly & affordably.
Whether you’re experiencing a plumbing leak from a hidden source, or suspect a location of a water leak and just need confirmation we are here for you. See why Gordon Plumbing & AC in Sterlington is one of the areas most highly reviewed plumbing companies today! We provide free estimates and same day service throughout out Sterlington, Monroe, & West Monroe Louisiana.
When it comes to locating plumbing leaks we believe that there is a right way and a wrong way. The right way is clear. Highly skilled technicians that specialize in leak detection should use non-invasive techniques, specialized equipment, and invaluable experience to locate leaks at their source.
You might be asking yourself, “What’s a non-invasive leak detection technique?” This means to use methods of leak location that do not require jackhammering or “busting” through a homes slab foundation to expose a leak in a damaged line.
To be clear, sometimes this process is necessary if a homeowner requests a damaged section of pipe be cut out and replaced. However, most of the time this is not necessary. When a pipe springs a leak it is typically due to decay/breakdown of the line. To spot repair a damaged section today knowing that plumbing lines age at the same rate, doesn’t make a whole lot of sense. Instead, we provide a service that will allow for a leaking line to be identified. Once we find out which line is damaged, we can perform what is known in the plumbing world as a “re-route” of the affected line.
A “re-route” is exactly what the name suggests. It is a re-routing of a plumbing pipe through a wall or attic in a home. It has the advantage of being both less expensive and less inconvenient than the alternative method of cutting through the concrete and digging up the lines. The dig up method adds significant labor costs and requires that a plumber literally open up the flooring in the middle of your home.