Do you hear running water under your floors and can’t figure out where it’s coming from? Has your water pressure declined in recent months? Are you paying for more and more water every billing cycle without a corresponding increase in usage? There are various reasons to suspect that you may have a hidden leak in your home, whether at the main water line or a slow internal leak in between your walls or floors. It’s important to make sure that it’s repaired sooner than later so that you can avoid any possible damage.

At Rooter Plumbing & Sewers, our leak detection technicians are highly trained and experienced. We use a variety of specialized equipment as well as a comprehensive knowledge of how water works in the home to find leaking water and provide excellent solutions that get to the root of the issue. All of our work is guaranteed, and leak detection is no exception. Let us take care of that leak or strange loss of water pressure. We offer same day service and 24/7 emergency service 365 days a year.



If you’re experiencing water leaks, noticing wetness in your ceiling, wall, floor or even in your yard or under concrete, Rooter Plumbing & Sewers’s state of the art leak detection services can pinpoint where your leak is coming from and perform all repairs.


If you have a frozen pipe or had a frozen pipe that has now burst, Rooter is qualified to thaw your waterlines or repair the broken line.


If your waterline is damaged and needs to be replaced, Rooter Plumbing & Sewers can replace your lines. Whether you have corroded galvanized waterlines, a lead water service or damaged copper, your best bet may be to partially or fully replace the line with copper.


If your home has corroded waterlines, you may be experiencing low water pressure from your sinks and/or shower. Rooter Plumbing & Sewers will perform diagnostics and provide you with the best solution to fix your low water pressure problem.


A leaking toilet can go undetected for many months raising water bills and causing extensive damage to your home. Our technicians can diagnose the exact source of the leak and repair it. We will also provide reputable companies to you if any flooring or walls are damaged or if any potentially hazardous mold has to be removed.

How Does Leak Detection Work?

There are a few different methods used to detect a leak. If it seems as though a leak has sprung somewhere in your system, the next step is finding its location. Using a variety of detection equipment, such as thermal leak detectors, is sometimes necessary for hard–to–find leaks. There are various approaches a plumber can take to discover a leak, whether it’s in the main water line or behind a wall. The first step, however, is knowing that you have a leak at all, and that’s largely the responsibility of the homeowner.

Leak Detection Services

There are numerous reasons to consider leak detection service in thePhoenix Valley. When it comes to the integrity of your plumbing system, you need to make certain that it works well at all times. Here are some reasons to call us today:

  • Restoring water pressure. Of the various reasons to consider leak detection service, restoring your water pressure is probably the most obvious. A serious leak in your home can not only place your belongings, walls, and floors at risk of damage, but it can also negatively impact your water pressure, which can make things like taking a hot shower in the morning difficult.
  • Avoiding high utility bills. A major water leak in your home can lead to high utility costs.
  • Conserving water. Another important consideration is water conservation. Whether you’re eco–conscience or not, conserving water is important to making sure that your local environment and community have the water they need to thrive.

When it comes to the integrity of your plumbing system, you should take all necessary precautions. With our professional leak detection services, your home will be in good hands at all times.

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