outdoor sprinkler leaks

How To Detect Outdoor Sprinkler Leaks

Is there a sudden spike in your water bill?  If so, it could be a sign of water leaks in your outdoor sprinkler system, especially if you haven’t been using more water than normal.  If this happens, you need to turn off the water supply main immediately and check the water meter.  If the needle… Read More »

outdoor sprinkler leaks

How To Detect Outdoor Sprinkler Leaks

Having a spike in your water bill can be quite frustrating, especially if you know that your water usage has been minimal and if you have been using water-efficient equipment.  If this is the case, you should check if you have any leaks.  Indoor leaks are pretty easy to catch, but outdoor leaks can be… Read More »

How to Find Professionals for Water Leak Detection Services

How to Find Professionals for Water Leak Detection Services?

Plumbing problems are not something that you can fix on your own. Sometimes you need expert help to ensure there is nothing wrong with your plumbing system. If you have plumbing problems, this can lead to a lot of stress and a lot of inconvenience for you and your family, or for your business. Moreover,… Read More »


6 Common Problems Behind Leaky Pipes

Any home or business is vulnerable to leaking pipes. Understanding what usually causes these leaks will help you be prepared to deal with them promptly. Here are 6 common problems that lead to leaky pipes: Normal Deterioration The water and sewage pipes in homes and businesses are usually made from the following materials: Copper –… Read More »

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How to detect leakage in water pipelines?

Every day the water pipes in your home or office transport about 300 liters of water for every person in the building. A 3mm crack in one of these pipes can waste 900 liters of water in a day, besides also increasing your water bill and causing property damage. Our team, the Aus-Test Leak detectors of… Read More »

What Causes Slab Heave and How to Solve the Problem

How Slab Heave Happens And What To Do About It It’s simple chemistry. When water is added to clay, it expands. And when the water dries up it shrinks. The same reaction happens when this clay is beneath a house. Only this time, the object on top of the soil is expanded. This is what… Read More »