Q: How soon can you come out to locate my leak?

A: We’re available 24/7 for any emergency situation, and we always strive to provide the fastest response times possible.

Q: How do I know if I have a leak?

A: Most modern water meters have a small leak indicator. First, shut off all plumbing fixtures in your home. Then, look for a small gear, triangle, or star shape on the face of your meter. If it’s moving, you likely have a plumbing leak somewhere. Check out our "How Do I Know If I Have a Leak?" checklist for more information.

Q: What types of leaks can Orlando Leak Detection locate?

A: We can locate any type of water, gas, or air leaks, including; window leaks, slab leaks, plumbing leaks, roofing leaks, irrigation leaks, drain leaks and more. If you aren’t sure if we can find your leak, or what kind or leak you’re dealing with, contact us anytime for a free phone consultation.

Q: My home has water damage, but my leak indicator is showing I don’t have a leak. What else could it be?

A: You may have a very minor leak that is causing damage to your home, but isn’t activating the meter. Alternatively, you may have a structural problem that is allowing outside water into your home. We specialize in finding the source of any leak, no matter how small or hidden.

Q: How does Orlando Leak Detection locate leaks?

A: We use the latest technology available to quickly and accurately find leaks, including acoustic sonar detection, video detection, and infrared heat detection. This allows us to quickly and accurately locate your leak and avoid expensive trial and error.

Q: My water bill is higher than normal, but there are no signs of a leak. What's going on?

A: If your regular habits and water usage haven’t changed, but you’ve noticed a spike in your water bill, you probably have a leak. Many underground and pool leaks go unnoticed and show no signs other than increased water consumption.

Q: I have a small leak, but it isn’t causing any harm. Is it ok to ignore it?

A: No. Small leaks will always grow over time and one day lead to an unexpected rupture that could damage your home and require expensive repairs.