If you suddenly find you have a LARGE WATER BILL or you actually SEE WATER POOLING somewhere around your home or water or water stains running down a wall, coming out of the floor, toilet or any other place in your home, you need to call ECM and let our expert plumbers find the location of the leak in your home. Even though you detect water in one location of your home, the source of the actual leak may be in an entirely different location.
ECM offers an expanded array of services to meet the needs of even the toughest plumbing problems. Using the latest plumbing technology, ECM can perform underground leak and line detection as well as main sewer line clean outs.Video cameras mounted on cables are used to thoroughly inspect the inside of drain lines and photographically show the location and cause of a clog. This allows ECM to provide the best plumbing solution at the best price. ECM’s plumbing experts want to make sure your plumbing problems are resolved the first time for a long time and not just perform an easy repair for the short-term.
When you can actually see that water is pooling or leaking from an area in or around your home, this is the time to immediately call ECM. Visible water leaks are not always what they seem. Even though you see pooled water, the actual leak may be coming from another location and if the leak is not fixed, it can cause multiple leaks. It is important to call ECM’s expert technicians as soon as possible to find the source of the leak to prevent major damage. ECM’s plumbing experts will use the latest techniques in leak detection to determine
any leaks in your home and get them repaired as fast as possible.
ECM uses the latest in acoustic electronic leak detection devices to pinpoint the source of a leak immediately. By correlating two established listening points, ECM plumbing experts can determine the exact location between two points where a leak exists.
Thermal imaging technology is another option ECM plumbing experts may choose to locate a leak in your home. Thermography is the use of an infrared imaging camera that sees and measures the thermal energy emitted from an object like water. Water energy can be easily detected and determined by the use of thermography.