So you’ve recently found the damage of a water leak in your home or business, and now you’re trying to determine how to not only fix the damage but stop the leak. Don’t get trapped in the vicious cycle of the old-fashioned way of going about this: where you tear apart just enough of your structure to reach where you think and hope the leak originated, then wait to see if it returns, and when it inevitably does, you continue to tear apart a little more. Next thing you know, you’ve spent thousands of pounds and hundreds of hours of your life and you still haven’t found that leak! Nor do you ever want to ignore a water leak and let it rot away.
Infrared thermography (thermal imaging) combined with ultrasound density (damp) mapping tools are the most pragmatic and cost-effective methods to non-destructively undertake leak detection/ detect water ingress or water loss.
Our IICRC water damage restoration technicians, applied structural drying technicians, and FLIR Levels 2 & 3 thermal imaging specialists provide a comprehensive primary non-destructive leak detection service with a follow-up .pdf reprot. Where necessary, we also undertake the invasive or destructive investigative works you may require in order to physically get to the pipe or area of the roof leaking for example. We of course, also offer the full renovation and remediation works too.
Our qualified Level 2 Infrared Thermal Imaging Technicians and Water Damage Restoration Technicians provide crucial diagnostic information both on site and in the form of supporting reports which assist contractors with their work, provide crucial information for insurance claims, and reduce overall costs, negating the need for disruptive inspection methods in many cases.
An infrared camera (thermal imaging water leak detection survey) can show exactly where problems lie; by locating and monitoring thermal gradients, our specialists can preempt electrical, structural or mechanical faults, as well as track the extent of structural or water damage, which could be paramount to damage limitation. We are highly skilled in thermal imaging water leak detection methods; contact us today for a chat about how we can help you locate your leak, whether it and underfloor leak or roof leak.
Why use thermal imaging leak detection methods over other methods?
Other methods for leak detection, other than thermal imaging leak detection, may involve destructive works. With thermal imaging, we rely upon the temperature differences of structural materials vs the leak source/ water. With thermal imaging leak detection, we look at the density of materials with regard to their ability to emit energy or retain energy. The water an object is, the denser it is, and therefore the longer it takes to change temperature. Our thermal imaging leak finding survey will track the dampest areas back to their source, and can therefore get to the bottom of where the leak is!
Building Response is a leading firm for water leak detection in London and surrounding areas.
Our technicians use cutting-edge technology and sophisticated techniques to determine the exact location of any water leak rapidly and with absolutely minimal damage to the structure itself. Our home water leak detection services are but a fraction of the cost of traditional methods.
Water leak detection in any home or business can be devilish to discover. The disruption and cost of finding the source can be substantial. The last thing you want is more disruption and cost through intrusive searching methods without a guarantee the leak can be found and stopped. Building Response’s water leak detection services not only save you money, but save you time, convenience, and peace of mind as well. We guarantee we’ll find your water leak.
The extensive database of knowledge and experience that we have developed in many diverse environments allows us to do the job every time, without fail, at the most competitive prices in or around London. We have a complete range of property damage restoration services and offer building investigation surveys for any commercial or domestic property.