John Owens Services, Inc. believes in solving your leak detection problems. We are the best at identifying leaks, finding their exact locations, and providing creative solutions to stop and fix any type of plumbing leaks.
We use the latest leak detection techniques and equipment, including video camera inspection, to pinpoint even the smallest leak.Book Now Book Now
We use state-of-the-art equipment and techniques to locate hidden pipe leaks. We won’t dig up your yard or cut open your wall unless we are positive of the exact location of the leak. We also hire employees who are fully licensed and trained to repair walls, slabs, and ceilings. We can even paint it back to its original look if you desire.
John Owens Services, Inc. has been providing prompt, efficient plumbing services in Santa Rosa and Marin and Sonoma counties since 1986. Our small crew is efficient and well-trained.
Most plumbing leaks start small, so you don’t immediately notice that there is a plumbing problem. However, there are some signs that you should never ignore. Early detection of leaks is the best way to prevent water damage or exorbitant water bills.
What are the signs of a plumbing leak?
When you have obvious signs or suspect you have a leak in your home, don’t put off calling a Santa Rosa leak detection expert and risk the potential of further damage.
We use state-of-the-art equipment and techniques to locate pipe leaks underground, under the slab, or in the walls and floors. We won’t open a wall or slab until we are confident that we have accurately located the leak. We can also repair walls, slabs, and ceilings, and paint them all back to its original look.
John Owens Services, Inc. has been providing prompt, efficient plumbing services in Santa Rosa and the entire Marin and Sonoma counties since 1986. We are efficient and well-trained to handle your needs.
Some of the leaks we can accurately detect include:
Our philosophy is simple, we always want to maintain equipment to give it the longest life possible. Next, we want to focus on repairing when something goes wrong. Then only as the last choice, we replace equipment when needed. That’s the John Owens Way.