24/7 Leak Detection Services

Water Line Locating

Our local locate services ensure accurate water line locating for homes and businesses.

A plastic water pipe underground with a pin hole leak spraying water

Locating your water lines has never been easier! Here are the types of underground water lines we locate:

Our Services

Plastic Water Lines:

Action Leak Detection specializes in locating plastic water lines with precision and efficiency. Whether it's PVC or PEX, our expert team utilizes advanced technology to accurately detect and map out the path of plastic water lines on your property, ensuring you have the information you need for any future maintenance or construction projects.

Plastic water lines, including PVC and PEX, are commonly used for their durability and flexibility. Action Leak Detection uses advanced technology to accurately locate these plastic water lines without the need for invasive digging, ensuring quick and efficient identification to prevent unnecessary disruptions and costs.

Copper Water Lines

Copper water lines are valued for their reliability and longevity but can be challenging to locate without proper equipment. Action Leak Detection specializes in precisely locating copper water lines underground, using state-of-the-art tools to save you time and avoid costly excavation and potential damage.

Galvanized Water Lines

Galvanized water lines, often found in older properties, can corrode over time, making them prone to leaks. Action Leak Detection employs sophisticated detection methods to locate these lines quickly and accurately, preventing extensive digging and minimizing repair costs.

Ductile Iron Water Lines

Ductile iron water lines are known for their strength and are often used in commercial and municipal settings. With our specialized equipment, Action Leak Detection can efficiently locate these robust underground lines, ensuring maintenance and repairs are carried out with minimal disruption and expense.

Our Service Areas

Whatcom County

Bellingham

Ferndale

Lynden

Blaine

Skagit County

Mount Vernon

Anacortes

Sedro Wooley

Burlington

Snohomish County

Everett

Marysville

Lynwood

Edmonds

Need to Find Your Water Lines? Call Us Now!

Contact us today and let our expert team accurately locate your underground water lines, saving you time and hassle.

Learn More About Water Line Locating Service - Dive Into Our FAQ!

Get the information you need about our water line locating process and services.

Locating water lines is crucial for several reasons. It helps prevent accidental damage during construction or excavation, allows for efficient repairs and maintenance, and ensures compliance with local regulations.
We can locate various types of water lines, including plastic (PVC, PEX), copper, galvanized, and ductile iron. Our advanced equipment and expertise enable us to accurately pinpoint the paths of these underground lines.
We utilize state-of-the-art technology such as electromagnetic locators and ground-penetrating radar to locate water lines. These methods allow us to detect the presence and path of underground water lines without causing any damage to the property.
The duration of the water line locating process depends on various factors such as the size of the property and the complexity of the water line network. However, in most cases, we can complete the process efficiently within a few hours.
Yes, our water line locating service is available for both residential and commercial properties. Whether you’re a homeowner, business owner, or property manager, we can help you accurately locate your underground water lines.
If you suspect a water line leak on your property, it’s important to act quickly. Contact us immediately, and our team of experts will perform a thorough inspection and locate the leak accurately. Our prompt response can help prevent further damage and minimize disruptions to your property.

Time is Money - Let Action Leak Detection Quickly Locate Your Water Lines!

Our specialized equipment enables us to detect underground water lines without digging, helping you avoid costly excavation, labor, and potential hazards.