Leak Detection Services In Dallas/Fort Worth, TX

Appliance Leak Restoration Services

Sometimes, property owners find water in their homes or businesses but just cannot find the source of the leak. If you find yourself in this situation, call the leak detection experts at Restoration XP. We can quickly and efficiently help you determine the source of your leaks so you can get them repaired and avoid further damage to your property. At Restoration XP, we've been providing leak detection services in the North Texas area for years and are always ready to help you find your leaks and avoid a water damage emergency.

Will & Stephen - Restoration XP Owners

Owners Will Beck, Civil Engineer/MBA and Stephen Scott B.A.

Offering 24/7 Emergency Service, Call Any Time Day OR Night

(469) 599-2304

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Small Leaks Can Mean Big Trouble

Pipes don't need to be aggressively spewing water into a home to make a huge mess. Small leaks can allow moisture to build up in the unseen areas of your home, allowing mold and mildew growth. Additionally, this moisture can rot wood and compromise the integrity of the structure. When you suspect a leak, you can count on the expert leak detection services of Restoration XP to identify the source of the leak and immediately set to work assessing the situation and resolving the problem. Some signs of a small, hidden leak include visible cracks and stains in the ceiling or walls, audible dripping or running water, damp floors, and musty smells. Once we've helped identify the leak, our crew will quickly set to work to remove any damaged materials and make sure the structure is completely dried. Call us right away at (469) 599-2304 for leak detection services in Dallas, Fort Worth, Denison, Plano, Frisco, McKinney, Sherman, and the surrounding North Texas cities.

Leak Detection Services in Plano, TX

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(469) 599-2304

Our Leak Detection Methods

The water damage professionals at Restoration XP will use state-of-the-art equipment and superior knowledge to diagnose your leaking pipes, appliances, and other hidden leaks in your home or business. We'll use one of the following methods to identify your leak so that we can quickly set to work to evaluate the damage and properly restore the area.

  • Video Leak Detection – A small video camera will be fed into the pipe to pinpoint the leak. This allows the property owner and technician alike to see the leak onscreen to evaluate and understand the scope of the problem.
  • Ultrasonic Leak Detection – Using ultrasonic sound technology, we're able to locate the source of the leak with sound waves when visualizing the leak proves impossible.
  • Infrared Leak Detection – We use infrared imaging to peek behind the walls and under floorboards and pick up areas of moisture. This helps to narrow down the source and scope of the leak.
  • Smoke Detection – This is a less common but still effective leak detection method. Non-toxic smoke is pumped into the pipes, where it will escape from the source of the leak, allowing technicians to accurately identify the source and correct it.

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Dallas/Fort Worth Disaster Restoration

Restoration XP is proud to provide expert damage restoration and disaster recovery services to the greater Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. With our expertise and cutting-edge techniques, we restore homes and businesses quickly. Whether you need fire and smoke damage restoration, water damage cleanup, or mold remediation, the Restoration XP team delivers outstanding results.

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