Local Plumbers Who Cap Your Water Flow Meter by Repairing Sneaky Leaky Pipes


Cape Shore Plumbing is SWFL’s water pipe leak detection specialist.

Undetected leaky pipes are a major cause for spikes in your water bill caused by increased water flow meter activity. Leaky pipes are elusive. Left undetected, they can cause expensive structural damage to your property. The local plumbers at Cape Shore Plumbing stop the spinning of your water flow meter by locating and repairing leaky pipes. Our 24-7 water pipe leak detection plumbing service offers cost saving solutions to all plumbing problems.

Our Plumbing Service Uses High-Tech Water Pipe Leak Detection Equipment for Finding Leaky Pipes

Have you have noticed a gradual increase in your water bill over the past few months, but the water usage rate hasn’t changed? Leaky pipes cause unnecessary water flow through your water flow meter resulting in higher water bills. Age plays a large role in the life cycle of your plumbing service that can cause increased flow through your water flow meter. But there are many other causes for leaky pipes that require a plumbing service with specialized water pipe leak detection equipment. All plumbers at Cape Shore Plumbing employ advanced technology for water pipe leak detection. Our state-of-the-art non-invasive water pipe leak detection equipment helps locate the origin and source of the leaky pipes that cause expensive property damage.

It doesn’t always take a plumbing service to find leaky pipes and other leaks in your plumbing system

Before you call your local plumbers, you can take your own investigative actions for water pipe leak detection and excessive flow of water through your water flow meter.

  • Check your toilets to see if they’re running continuously
  • Examine the hose bibs under your sinks to see if they’re dribbling water
  • Test your faucets and shower heads for dripping

Other indications that you may have an undetected leaky pipes in your plumbing service include:

  • Unusually high water flow meter readings
  • Mildew or moisture growing under the carpets or around tile or wooden floors
  • The sound of running water when no water is being used
  • Cracks or hot spots on the floors
  • Moisture and mildew around the foundation of your home
  • Unusual amounts of water loss in your swimming pool or spa
  • The appearance of moisture or “mystery” water in your yard or on sidewalks and walkways
  • Water dripping from fixtures when in an off position

When you can’t locate the origin and source of leaky pipes and other water leaks, call Cape Shore Plumbing, SWFL’s water pipe leak detection experts. We work with homeowners, property managers, business proprietors and insurance companies in locating the cause of leaky pipes and stopping the unnecessary flow through your water flow meter.


Start saving time and money today by calling your local plumbers at Cape Shore Plumbing for all plumbing leaks

When leaky pipes or unexplainable excessive water bill costs elude you, fast action is required. Call Cape Shore Plumbing Service’s water pipe leak detection experts at (239) 677-9544. Our plumbing service technicians will provide you with the most advanced water pipe leak detection techniques

To stop expensive structural damage caused by leaky pipes from occurring in your home or business.

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Frequently asked questions

    Q. When I am in the laundry room and the water heater is operating, I hear a rumbling sound coming from the water heater. What could cause this??

    Q. I am hearing a whistle sound that seems to be connected to the plumbing system. It comes and goes at times, but I can't find the cause of it. Is my drain clogged ? What could cause this?

    Q. There are four people in our house, two adults and two teens. We are constantly running out of hot water. After a five-minute shower, the water starts to turn cold. This change occurred quite recently. Help!?

    Q. I have a foul odor coming from my garbage disposer. Do I need to use a drain cleaner? What can I do to eliminate this odor?

    Q.Recently my water bills appear to be rather high. None of the faucets appear to leak. Could it be a faulty drain valve? What else could contribute to a high water bill?

    Q. My shower head and faucet aerators have a buildup of a white substance around the area where the water comes out. Is there a quick faucet fix, or anything I can do other than replace them?

    Q. How often should I have my septic system inspected??


What people are saying about
Cape Shore Plumbing

"Cape Shore Plumbing did a great job on my bathroom! I recommend your services to anyone!"

Susan
Fort Myers, FL


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