1/8 Poletti Rd Cockburn Central WA 6164
Water Leak Detection Services
Water leak

Don’t let a small leak turn into a major headache with costly water damage and excessive water bills.

• Water leak detection • heating leak detection • damp investigation
• swimming pools leaks • drain investigation

Recommended Plumbers for water leaks

If you suspect a water leak in your home or business, it's advisable to contact a licensed plumber to assess the situation and provide necessary repairs. Early detection and prompt repair of leaks can prevent water damage and save you money on water bills.

When hiring a plumber specialising in water leak detection and repair, consider the following tips:

  • Experience: Look for plumbers or plumbing companies with a proven track record in leak detection and repair.

  • Certifications: Check if the plumber holds relevant certifications or memberships in professional plumbing organizations.

  • Reviews and References: Read customer reviews and ask for references to gauge the plumber's reputation and customer satisfaction.

  • Equipment and Technology: Inquire about the tools and technology the plumber uses for leak detection. Modern equipment enhances accuracy and efficiency.

  • Emergency Services: If you need emergency services, ensure that the plumber offers 24/7 availability for urgent situations.

Remember to communicate the specific issue you're facing and inquire about the plumber's expertise in addressing similar problems.

There are various types of water leaks that can occur in a plumbing system. Here are some common types:

  1. Pipe Leaks:

    • Pinhole Leaks: Small holes that develop in pipes due to corrosion or other factors.
    • Cracks: Structural issues in pipes that can lead to leaks.
    • Joint Leaks: Leaks occurring at pipe joints due to loose connections or faulty seals.
  2. Fixture Leaks:

    • Faucet Leaks: Leaks around the base or handles of faucets.
    • Showerhead Leaks: Leaks from the connection between the showerhead and the water supply.
    • Toilet Leaks: Leaks at the base, around the wax ring, or in the tank.
  3. Appliance Leaks:

    • Dishwasher Leaks: Leaks from the dishwasher door, connections, or hoses.
    • Washing Machine Leaks: Leaks from the hose connections, pump, or the machine itself.
  4. Water Heater Leaks:

    • Tank Leaks: Leaks from the water heater tank.
    • Valve Leaks: Leaks from pressure relief valves or other valves connected to the water heater.
  5. Slab Leaks:

    • Beneath Foundation: Leaks occurring under the concrete slab foundation of a building.
    • Concrete Corrosion: Corrosion of pipes within the slab leading to leaks.
  6. Sewer Line Leaks:

    • Tree Root Intrusion: Tree roots penetrating and damaging sewer lines.
    • Pipe Corrosion: Corrosion of sewer pipes leading to leaks.

Hidden Leaks:

  • Behind Walls: Leaks occurring within walls, often detected by water stains or mold.
  • Ceiling Leaks: Leaks in ceilings, usually indicated by water spots or bulging.

Identifying the type of water leak is crucial for effective repairs.  Look for plumbers who consistently receive positive feedback for their professionalism, reliability, and the quality of their work.


We recommend two Plumbing Companies in Perth

GPS Plumbing and Gas Services is a licensed and insured plumbing and gas service business based in Perth. They are servicing residential and commercial clients throughout Perth Metro and Peel region.  They are available 7 days a week 24 hrs a day.


  • Plumbing Contractor PL 8915 GF 015185 BF 7056


  • Plumbing Contractor - Water Supply, Sanitary and Drainage Plumbing. PL8209
  • Gas Fitting Contractor - Installation and Servicing. Natural Gas and LPG. GF20236
  • Backflow Prevention Device Installation, Servicing and Testing (Watercorp Accredited) BF4947 
  • Certificate 3 In Plumbing Trade
  • Certificate 4 In Plumbing and Services