Leak Detection Services

Professional Roto Rooter PlumbersRoto-Rooter Plumbers provide leak detection and repair services with a guaranteed same-day service. We will help you locate the leak, suggest repair options and begin repairs as soon as we have your approval. Our leak detection professionals are on call in Mobile, Washington and Baldwin county. Our skilled plumbers can handle your water leak repairs, ranging from dripping faucets to pipe replacement.

Call Roto-Rooter Plumbers for any leaking pipes or faucets.

Swimming Pool Leak Detection

Every swimming pool loses some water due to evaporation, splash-out and backwash wastewater. So, how do you know when you have a swimming pool leak? The first thing you need to is pay attention to how much water you are adding to your swimming pool. If you are adding more than two inches of water per week to your swimming pool, you may have a swimming pool leak.

Our expert plumbers can help you locate and repair swimming pool leaks, which will save you money in water and pool chemicals. If you think you may have a swimming pool leak, call Roto-Rooter today.

Residential Plumbing Leak Detection

While there are sometimes obvious signs that you have a leak in your home, others are not so apparent. As a homeowner, keep an eye out for these warning signs.

  • Puddles of water – If you notice unexplainable puddles of water in strange places, you may have a leaking pipe.
  • Running Water – If you hear the sound of running water and you don’t have any faucets on or appliances running, you may have a leak
  • Soggy Ground Patches – Do you have soggy patches on your lawn or areas of your lawn that seem to grow faster than others? You may have a leaking water line or sewer line.
  • Water Bill – A sudden increase in your water bill for no apparent reason may indicate a water leak somewhere in your home.

Video Camera Pipe Inspections & Underground Leak and Line Detection

Our state-of-the-art remote video cameras allow us to inspect old and new plumbing pipes for issues such as infiltration, deterioration, joint separation, root intrusion and other problems. Several systems are available which allow us to inspect pipes from one inch to 120 inches in diameter. (Read More)