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Feb

There are a host of reasons why you might want to engage the services of a Seattle leak detection company. Perhaps your utility bills are higher than you think they should be. Or you notice evidence of water damage. Or perhaps you just want a survey or leak audit performed on a property. But how…

11

Feb

Throughout modern American history, there has been a movement to empower individuals and businesses to accomplish more on their own, rather than hiring outside companies to perform certain functions. This mindset was largely behind the rise of personal computers, which vastly expanded desktop printing capabilities. Technologically-advanced carpentry and woodworking equipment gave do-it-yourselfers the tools to…

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Jan

From sinkholes to shortages, in January, these were the big stories about water leaks and the leak detectors who stop them. A Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Research report suggests that water may be more difficult to come by than oil by 2030. According to this article, the water industry in the U.S. daily…

14

Jan

Almost every homeowner tries to be diligent when it comes to water leak detection. After all, no one wants to pay more than they have to for their water bills. But here’s the problem: many ways that water is wasted are not obvious. Here are seven of the most frequent culprits: 1. Irrigation system. No,…

28

Dec

Water leak detection is a big deal, from Saudi Arabia to New Zealand, to right here at home in Washington State. Read on to find out more about the leak detection problems and solutions seen across the world this month.  In Saudi Arabia, water leak detection saved the country SR 600 million ($160 million) and…

14

Dec

Imagine this: Every home in America, every year, just dumping the contents of a swimming pool onto its lawn. That’s exactly what happens, thanks to leaks. But fixing a drippy faucet is one thing; fixing your underground pipes is another matter. Underground leak detection is a valuable tool for any individual or business looking to…

01

Dec

With a high-profile, important project like Seattle’s Sound Transit University Link Extension, engineers want to make sure that all their ducks are in a row- including the ducks that might float along on underground leaks. The good news is – they hired Leak Masters to check, and we’ll make sure the pipes around the tunnel won’t…

28

Nov

Here in Seattle, we’ve had a record amount of rainfall over the last few weeks. Rainy days like last Wednesday always have us thinking about how to best contain rainwater to avoid flooding while conserving water. First, of course, it helps to have a rain-friendly yard. You can choose shrubs and groundcover for steep or…

13

Nov

From a documentary claiming to have found the tomb of a Biblical figure to high school students using ground penetrating radar to discover local history, here’s what’s going on in the world of ground penetrating radar: Emmy winner Simcha Jacobovici has begun screenings of his documentary, wherein he claims to have found the tomb of Jacob of…

05

Nov

Leak Masters is proud to announce a new project inspecting all water lines for the city of Troy, Montana. The lines run a total of 11 miles and will help the city fix leaks wasting more than 15 million gallons of water per month! Reprinted from Western News on October 19, 2012: Work began Thursday…