Diagnostics

  • Troubleshoot

    Essential first step to making successful repairs. Our plumbers go to an extensive training on a weakly basis in how troubleshoot plumbing related situations.

  • Locating

    A sonde is a miniature transmitter that is battery operated and omits a specific frequency your locator will receive. A sonde gives the ability to locate nonmetallic pipe. A sonde goes in the pipe and transmits a signal.

  • Camera Inspection

    Video inspections are a very useful tool for plumbing professionals, where they can interpret the inner condition of a drain or sewer line without being invasive.

  • Mapping

    Is an accurate record of the location, size, depth and type of Sanitary & Sewer pipes within a premises.

  • Leak Detection

    The primary purpose of leak detection systems (LDS) is to help Plumbers to detect and localize water leaks.

  • Correlator

    Correlators are powerful electronic devices to locate leaks on pressured pipes, where the rough location of the leak is unknown and the distances relatively high. Two (or more) sensors are placed in contact with the pipe on both sides of the suspected leak.

  • Thermal Camera

    Creates an image using infrared radiation, similar to a common camera that forms an image using visible light. Instead infrared cameras are sensitive to wavelengths

  • Smoke Test

    Is an effective approach to find broken drain or sewer lines, that consists of blowing smoke mixed with large volumes of air into the sanitary or sewer line. The smoke travels the path of least resistance and quickly shows up at sites that allow surface water inflow or rodents and insects to populate your home.

  • Dyeing

    Dye testing determines whether or not your toilets are leaking water or if your Sanitary or Sewer system are live and disconnected.

Diagnostic