Water District & Municipalities

The EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) states "Average water loss in systems is 16 percent - up to 75 percent of that is recoverable." What is your local municipality doing to rectify this issue?

Imagine that your local municipality distributes 1,000,000 gallons of water every day (I’m sure it is much higher than that), and 16 percent of that goes into the dirt under structures or roadways.

This would mean that 160,000 gallons goes to waste. This also means that we are distributing chlorine and other chemicals to our waterways. The potential damage, both structurally and monetarily to our community is unacceptable.

Through the use of noise correlators, we can identify and locate leaks that are present in a water distribution system.

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Water Leak Detection Services

  • Concrete Slab Leaks

  • Sewer/Drain Leaks

  • Leaks between Floors and Walls

  • Irrigation/Exterior Leaks

  • Underground Water Pipe Leak Detection

  • Residential, Commercial and Industrial Applications

Leak Detection of Tennessee uses state of the art Sewerin subsurface acoustic listening, correlation, and tracer gas devices to discover hard-to-find leaks.
For several decades water lines have been distributed under concrete slabs without the protection of a plastic sleeve or insulative cover. Every time water is turned on or off the entire water line moves or shocks the system. If the water lines are buried adjacent to shells, rocks, or rebar or anything hard, this constant rubbing can wear a hole in the water line causing a leak.
“Slab Leaks” are very common in homes with concrete slabs, sidewalks, or driveways. Slab leaks can cost a lot of excess money over time and cause damage to structures by unbalancing the foundation and causing fractures throughout the structure. Most slab leaks can be detected with proper experience and utilizing the most advanced equipment available.
While most plumbers can detect a slab leak, pinpoint location should be left to a true professional with the proper background and equipment. Not pinpointing leaks can lead to excessive damage to expensive flooring and guesswork that causes aggravation and concern on behalf of the homeowner and insurance company.

Let Leak Detection of Tennessee detect the exact location of the leak before excavation.