Leak Detection & Repairs

Orlando Leak Detection and Repairs


Leak Detection & Repair Service Orlando FL - Fahrenheit Plumbing - leakyLeaks can occur in both old and new plumbing systems for a number of reasons.

Old sludge or corrosive installation debris can stay within the radiator, leading to metal corrosion that eventually creates small holes that can cause leaks. A leaking pipe is never a fun problem to tackle. Leaks tend to pop up at the most inconvenient times, and you can’t stop most of them until you get a plumbing expert to perform an inspection and repair. If a pipe in your plumbing system is leaking, rather than risk further damage through performing a repair yourself, contact Fahrenheit Plumbing as soon as possible.

We believe that Orlando homeowners should enjoy the peace of mind that comes from knowing their plumbing and leak repairs are completed with the highest quality, so we offer a quality guarantee on all plumbing repairs. You can expect our highly skilled plumbing technicians to provide polite and professional service whenever a leak pops up. If you’re struggling with a leak in your home, call us today!

Underground Line Detection for Orlando Homeowners

Do you know where all the pipes and gas lines are on your property? It is safe to say that most homeowners don't, and it’s also safe to say that no one wants excessive digging done in their yard. Thankfully, there are devices out there that can locate pipes and ducts underground without having to dig. Our skilled plumbers are trained to use these detection devices and to quickly locate leaks and broken pipes.

Underground line detection, which is achieved by electrically finding underground lines with detector machines, is another technique that plumbers use in drain cleaning, plumbing installation, and plumbing repairs. The detectors usually have an inductive signal transmission system that indicates the presence of an underground line on the LCD display so our plumbing professionals can get a clear view of your underground pipes without the need to dig. Whether you’re preparing to remodel your home, or you think your underground pipes may be contributing to indoor plumbing problems, contact us today to schedule an underground inspection.