Commercial Leakage
Find & Fix

Aquaforce's commercial Leakage find & Fix

 

 

 

 

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At Aquaforce we believe in owning an issue and providing the best possible solution. That is why we offer our entirely in-house Find & Fix service. Its an ultra convenient service which combines our already exception leakage services;
 

Aquaforce Leakage Technicians will locate the source of the problem. Aquaforce Repair and Maintenance technicians will excavate and repair it and Aquaforce reinstatement Technicians will reinstate the excavation, leaving the area clean, free of debris

Everyone involved in the process is employed by Aquaforce.

 
At Aquaforce we believe in owning an issue and providing the best possible solution. That is why we offer our entirely in-house Find & Fix service. Its an ultra convenient service which combines our already exception leakage services;
 

Aquaforce Leakage Technicians will locate the source of the problem. Aquaforce Repair and Maintenance technicians will excavate and repair it and Aquaforce reinstatement Technicians will reinstate the excavation, leaving the area clean, free of debris

Everyone involved in the process is employed by Aquaforce.

FIND & FIX

 

Find and fix is the Leakage detection and Leak repair service combined into one convenient service. Once the leak detection investigation has been concluded, a leak identified and located, the remedial activity can take place.

Once the area has been excavated we’ll be ideally placed to make an informed decision on the best course of action to remedy the issue.

On completion of the remedial action, we will issue you a comprehensive report, highlighting what work has been undertaken. This report is a useful tool which may support your claim with either insurers or your water company for reimbursement of unaccounted for loss of water or associated remedial costs and/or consequential damage.

IS IT A LEAK?

 

If you have water supply issues such as low pressure or low flow you may have a leak. Take a look at our How to check for leaks guidance section to see if leakage is the potential cause of the problem. 

Water companies have an obligation to provide a minimum amount of flow at the boundary to your property. If investigation proves that they are meeting or exceeding that flow then you’ll need to consider options. If you supply is watertight but you’re still suffering from a poor supply you probably need to consider renewing your supply.

REPAIR OR REPLACE?

 

Depending on the age profile of your home, your supply may be made of a material which, although deemed perfectly serviceable when installed, unfortunately, hasn’t stood the test of time for a number of reasons.

Substrates such as Galvanised Iron and Lead are prone to degrading and restricting the amount of water that can flow through them. This may be the cause of your poor supply, however, lead also comes with more serious issues. It carries associated health concerns and has been banned in the construction of new homes in the UK for over 25 YEARS.

 If your home was built before 1970 there is a very good chance that your property has a lead water supply feeding it. 

You can read the independent research into ‘the dangers of lead in drinking water’ by clicking here.