DAMP & Leak Detection

  1. Visual Inspection and Moisture Testing:
    • Damp and leak detection often begins with a visual inspection of areas prone to moisture intrusion, such as basements, attics, bathrooms, and around windows and doors.
    • Heating engineers or property inspectors may use moisture meters or thermal imaging cameras to identify areas of elevated moisture levels, indicating potential leaks or dampness.
    • Signs of dampness, such as water stains, mold growth, musty odors, or peeling paint, are carefully examined to pinpoint the source of moisture ingress.
  2. Pressure Testing and Leak Tracing:
    • To detect hidden leaks in plumbing systems, pressure testing may be conducted by heating engineers or plumbing professionals.
    • Pressure testing involves pressurizing the plumbing system and monitoring for pressure drops, which indicate the presence of leaks.
    • Leak tracing techniques, such as acoustic detection, dye testing, or infrared thermography, may also be employed to locate hidden leaks in pipes, joints, or fittings.
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