Q: What types of leaks do All Pipe & Cable locate?
A: We locate fresh water plumbing leaks, pool leaks, gas leaks & pressurized irrigation lines.
We offer our services to residential, commercial and industrial customers.

Q: I think I may have a plumbing leak. How can I be sure?
A: Most meters have a leak indicator in the form of a star, triangle or small gear wheel on the face of the meter.
To verify a leak, make sure that all fixtures are turned off including all devices such as icemakers, pool top ups, evaporative coolers etc. are not running.
Check your meter to see if the leak indicator has moved or running. If it is then you likely have a leak.

Q: What should I do if I hear water running?
A: Check both inside and out to make sure that no fixtures are running. If the sound persists, you likely have a leak.
Call All Pipe & Cable.

Q: Are my water lines in the foundation or under the slab?
A: Not usually. However older homes may have the pipework within the slab or buried underneath. We can trace the metal pipework with electronic equipment.

Q: Can a leaking toilet run up my water bill?
A: Absolutely. A leaking toilet can draw as little as a few litres per day to over 100 litres if the float valve is faulty. Water loss due to a leaking toilet can never be underestimated.

Q: How does All Pipe & Cable locate hidden leaks.
A: We use the latest technology and techniques we have developed over many years in business. Most leaks on pressurized lines are located acoustically by listening through the slab, foundation, or wall with electronic equipment to determine the leak location.

Q; How long does it take to find the leak?
A: Most leaks are found within 1-2 hours depending on the size of the property.

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