Goodyear Leak Detection

There’s nothing more frustrating than discovering a leak you knew nothing about. According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the average household’s leaks can account for nearly 10,000 gallons of water wasted every year, and 10% of homes have leaks that waste 90+ gallons daily. Annual household leaks waste 1 trillion gallons nationwide! Not only is this costly to the environment, but it’s also costly for your wallet!. Hire a Goodyear leak detection company to inspect your pipes today.

Common Signs of a Leak

With 100s of feet of pipes, all twisted into a maze, it’s not always obvious when you have a leak in your home or pool. Aside from the obvious signs like a dripping faucet or a huge puddle under the sink in the kitchen, how can you tell you’re dealing with a leak?

In your Home

  1. An unusually high water bill
  2. Wet or damp floors
  3. Foul odors
  4. Check your water meter
The first thing you should do is listen and check for running water. Check your faucets, toilet valves, and outdoor spigots. If everything is normal, take an exact reading of your water meter, and don’t use any water for a few hours. Check back after a few hours, and if there has been no change in the meter reading, that means water is not running. If the reading does change, however, this is an indication that water is flowing and you likely have a leak.

In your Pool

  1. Standing water around the pool or equipment
  2. Constantly changing chemical levels
  3. Cracks in the tile, decking, and bond beam
  4. Discoloration of water and algae growth
  5. Increasing water consumption
We recommend testing the chemical balances in your pool at least once a week. We like to test ours every other day. Additionally, if you are losing more than one-half inch of water per day, you may have a pool leak. To learn more about ways to determine whether you have a leak in your pool or not, read "5 Signs You Have A Pool Leak.
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Goodyear Leak Detection

As more and more homeowners are choosing to experience the luxury of a swimming pool, more pool owners are experiencing challenges. While these challenges (maintained) are worth it, it’s worth it to weigh the pros and cons of hiring a Goodyear leak detection company should a leak arise.


 > Saves time
 > Saves money
 > Reduces hassle and risk


 > Costs money
 > Risk of working with an unprofessional company


The Leak Science Difference

Leak Science is about expert help and specialized equipment. We harness the two things that generally make up leak detection, technology, and science. Our team of trained and certified experts uses highly sensitive equipment and highly trained senses to locate even the most difficult leaks.

To go above and beyond for our friends and neighbors in the entire Valley, we offer full-service Goodyear leak detection services and full restoration. We are the only leak detection company in the Valley that legitimately finds and fixes your leak.

This means fewer strangers in and out of your home and ultimately fewer costs. If you need an expert leak detection company, get in touch with Leak Science today!
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Goodyear Leak Detection

Do you think your pool is leaking? Call Leak Science right away! Our top-of-the-line equipment will detect if your pool has one simple test. Leak Science invested in an efficient technology that allows us to locate a leak as quickly as possible. In conducting our test, there is no need to drain your pool or spa. Our equipment is extremely specialized and accurate that it can tell if 1 quart of water was just taken out of your pool.

As part of our service, Leak Science will provide our clients with the water loss from evaporation per hour and, if a leak is present, how much water you are losing from the leak, all before we start any kind of leak detection process. In addition, we offer financing options. Get in touch with us today to discuss how we can get you, your pool, and your home back to normal.

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