National Plumbing - Leak Detection Specialists

Leak Detection Specialists

Voted #1 Leak Detection Experts

Leak Detection Specialists


We’ll Find And Fix Your Leak Fast!

All internal and external water pipework can be repaired and installed by us. To repair water leaks, we only utilise high-quality materials. All of our leak repair and detection methods exceed Australian Standards.

We have the ability to remove concrete with powerful jackhammers, dispose of all concrete waste, and re-concrete any and all locations that require it.

We can gain access to repair water leaks by cutting walls and installing temporary cover parts. If the leak is in a garden bed, we will use the proper bedding sand to backfill around all of our repairs.

To lessen the possibility of future water leaks, we may supply and install pressure reduction values onto your water meter.

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How Can I Check For Water Leaks?

Turn off all faucets and appliances that use water in your home (such a dishwashers and washing machine).

Find your water metre. It will be in the space between the curb and your property.

Make a note of your meter's reading.

Ensure that no water is utilised during your testing period. Do not turn on any faucets or flush any toilets. Allow at least 2 hours for testing for the best results.

Read your water meter again after your test period is through.


Types of Leaks We Fix


Toilets are one of the most typical sources of leaks in the home, and they sometimes go undiscovered since leaks are generally silent and out of sight.

Water Supply Line

There are occasionally leaks in the water supply pipe between the meter and the house. Because the supply line is normally placed at least 1 metre below the ground surface, these leaks are often difficult to detect.

Whole House Humidifier Leaks

Whole-house humidifiers are typical in homes with forced-air central heating systems. This humidifier is often attached to the furnace ducting and directly piped to the water supply pipes to give a steady supply of water to the appliance’s water tank.

Tap, Shower, and Tub Leaks

Tap leaks are a regular issue and are usually simple to fix. A tap dripping slowly at one drop per two seconds wastes more than 4000 litres per year.

Kitchen and Bathroom Drains

Drain leaks in kitchens and bathrooms are most commonly found at the drain or at the slip joints in the drainpipe. These leaks, which are hidden behind boxes and bottles, can cause damage to the floors, cabinets, and even the ceilings below before you realise them.

Leak Detection Specialists

GOLD COAST: Burleigh Heads, 4220
BRISBANE: Bulimba, 4171

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