Leak detection and repair


Leaks can occur at any time and may be caused by a wide range of problems. Some leaks are easy to spot; water leaks in ceilings leave stains or discoloration, or a leaking faucet may drip, but learning how to determine a plumbing leak location somewhere else can prove to be more difficult. Often leaks can be practically invisible. A water heater leak in the bottom of the heater may leak straight into a drain or a leaking toilet base may soak straight into a wood floor. If left unattended, a leak can cause major damage and even jeopardize the structural integrity of your house.

Leak detection and repair (LDAR) regulations affect almost all U.S. industry processes in which volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are used or manufactured, and College Point Emergency Plumbing & Heating has had a lead role in company investigations of these LDAR programs since the early 1990s. College Point Emergency Plumbing & Heating has now expanded its investigation tools to include innovative, information forensic science techniques which allow previously-unexplored compliance areas to be evaluated.

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