Professional Water Leak Detection Company | San Diego
Water leaks waste precious water and hard-earned money. Even the smallest leak can do major damage to your home or your business. But without the proper training and equipment, it can be difficult to determine where most leaks come from—or what’s causing them. Tomson Plumbing specializes in water leak detection. Our trained, licensed, and professional plumbers are equipped with everything needed to trace, locate, and repair leaks in residential and commercial buildings. We offer the highest quality water leak detection and repair services in San Diego.
Kitchen water line leak repair
Whether you have a dripping kitchen faucet, damp cabinets beneath the kitchen sink, or a drain that won’t stop clogging, our licensed professional plumbers will use our training, expertise, and diagnostics equipment to find the source of the leak. After assessing the condition of the pipes to help strategize our approach for repair, we’ll carry out the kitchen water line leak repair, and assess for damage as well. We adhere to high standards, and we guarantee our work.
Bathroom water line leak repair
If you hear odd sounds of dripping in the walls of your bathroom or see mold, peeling wallpaper, or damp patches outside of your shower, tub or sink, you probably have a leak. Our professional plumbing experts will find and repair your bathroom water line leak to save you money and give you peace of mind.
Basement water pipe leaks repair
Basements are notorious for their mustiness and strange wet patches on walls and ceilings. Water in the basement should not go unchecked, but finding the source of the leak is tricky. When you call Tomson Plumbing, we’ll use our leak detection equipment and 15 years of experience to trace, locate, and fix your basement water pipes leak. We’ll also determine whether the problem is caused by pipes leaking from excessive water pressure, corrosion, or faulty appliances. If your upstairs toilets or tubs are leaking water through deteriorated seals, we can detect and repair that, too.
Pinhole leak repair
A pinhole leak looks like a pin-sized puncture hole in a pipe. Pinhole leaks are common in old copper pipes, but they can happen in newer pipes too. We’ll find the cause of your pinhole leak, which is typically aging, pipe corrosion, hard water, too-small pipes, excessive water velocity, or inadequate spacing between pipe fittings. After we repair the leak, we’ll discuss with you the best ways to address the problem that caused it.
Call for a Licensed Leak Detection & Repair Service at 619-880-6336