How Do You Detect a Wall Leak In Your Home?


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Water In Your Walls Can Cause Major Structural Damage.

Water leaks happen in homes all of the time. The biggest problem is that they tend to go unnoticed until they have caused significant damage. The reason for this is because, water that begins to leak behind walls usually gets absorbed into the wall and will not become apparent until the wall or paint begin to blister or even bubble up. To detect a wall leak, you really just need to pay extra attention. A way to do this is to make sure you are always checking your water bill at the end of the month to see if there is a large rise in water usage. Another way to do this is to also check your water meter. You can turn off all of your water for several hours and write down the number the meter is at, then go back and check it after a few hours and see if the meter has risen while you were not using any water. If you think you are having a water leak in your wall but do not know the source, you will want to call a professional at Dimensional Drones and have them do water leak detection using an RWS device. Just give us a call at (512) 402-8877 if you need a professional to come out and check for leaks inĀ Austin, TX.

What is a Wall Leak Detector?

A wall leak detector is a device that is able to detect things like moisture in your walls. Professionals use these to find where the leak is coming from and also where it has spread. We use a device called RWS, that is a wall scanner that will be able to find te source of a leak. This device works on anything from brick to stucco. If you know that you have a leak somewhere but do not know where it is coming from, our technicians will be able to use this device and find it matter how big the property is.

Is a Water Leak Covered By Homeowners Insurance?

Just like with anything involving insurance, it all depends. Homeowners insurance usually covers problems from a plumbing leak. If water leak detection finds that this problem happened not from poor maintenance, it should be covered without any problems.

Give us a call at (512) 402-8877 if you need to find the source of a leak in Austin, TX. We are here to help you find your leaks and even point you in the direction of someone who can get them fixed for you right away if need be.