Leak Detection Charlotte

Water leaks can be damaging to your home, and possibly your health if they go un-addressed long enough for mold to grow. Even small pipe or sewer line leaks waste a lot of water, which wastes your money. They also cause rotting and mold in hard-to-find places. The heat and amount of rain we get makes water leak detection in Charlotte even more important. If you are having leak issues and need a water leak repair in Charlote, call us here at Benjamin Franklin Plumbing as soon as possible. We'll find your leak and fix it quickly and efficiently. The sooner you call, the less damage is done.

Don't mess with water leaks. We are the number one specilaist for water leak detection in Charlotte so give us a call as soon as you think there may be a problem. If you notice damp spots on your ceiling or walls or smell a musty, moldy or damp odor, call on a team that won't waste time getting to the bottom of your problem. To test what may be a potential leak, turn off the main water valve to your home and take note of the reading on your water meter. A good time to do this is when you are going to work or family members are going to schools so you can leave the water off for at least seven hours, if possible. After that time, check your meter again. If the reading has changed, it means water is still escaping somewhere and chances are good you have a leak. If anything looks supsicious, call Ben Franklin Plumbing for water leak detection in Charlotte.

If you don't have time or are unable to turn your water off for a long period of time, we have the tools to make water leak detection in Charlotte as painless as possible. Our equipment can find the source of a problem without tearing out drywall or putting holes in your home.

Below you will find the most common types of leaks our team handles:

  • Leaking faucets
  • Leaking toilets
  • Leaking dishwasher
  • Leaking tubs and showers
  • Much more!

If you need a water leak repair in Charlotte, call us at (704) 461-1700. We have been repairing water leaks, sewer pipes and providing many other plumbing services for over 45 years, since 1971. Call today for a free estimate.


Q: How can I check if I have a water leak?

A: First, make sure that no water is being used inside or outside of your house. Then, locate your water meter and check the leak indicator to see if it is moving. Alternatively, you can take a meter reading and wait 1 or 2 hours, then take another meter reading (making sure no water is used during this time). If there is a difference, you have a leak.