Use this Water Damage Estimate Template for leak detection in order to ensure efficient leak testing.
This leak inspection checklist is used to evaluate pipeline systems for possible leakage and help determine possible causes.Download template
A leak inspection is used to check pipeline systems to determine the presence of water, oil or gas leaks. It aims to find the origin and the causes of leaks and thus to remedy them.
The leak detection should be carried out by certified plumbers. Failure to perform leak inspections can lead to repetitive work and property damage.
Hard to locate leaks can lead to flooding, property damage and high damage costs. If leaks are detected at an early stage, considerable water damage can be prevented. Here you will find step-by-step instructions on how to effectively use Lumiform for leakage inspections:
Ask the person responsible for the exact construction of the property. Check indicators such as a fast counter, a sudden increase in water bill or unusual dripping noises. Carry out a physical inspection of the piping and identify visible traces of possible structural problems and damage.
Find out the exact layout of a property, as well as indicators such as a quick water meter or an overcharge or dripping noise. Depending on the type of leak, identify the exact location, secure the area and close the valve connected to the pipe. Causes for leaks can be blocked pipes, or broken seals, corrosion or even damaged pipe connections. Cause identification using traces should be carried out to avoid extensive damage.
Create a repair schedule to adjust the customer to the extent of the work required. The work done should be properly documented to monitor the progress of the repairs.
Paper-based forms for leak detection and manual reporting can be cumbersome. Providing the date of the leak inspection and checking the paper documents can be time consuming and impractical. Benefit from these advantages with Lumiform: