In The Garden

Residential Garden Leaks

Garden based water leaks experienced in most stand-alone residential homes are usually the main reason for increased water bills, rather than damage from water leaks within the building itself. This is normally as a result of bad maintenance or dilapidation.

Common Garden Leaks

Residential garden water leaks can include the following:

  • Swimming pool leaks include light fittings, nozzle lines, vacuum lines, drain lines, balance tanks or cracked grouting and tiles;
  • Jacuzzi water leaks include jet lines, nozzle lines, drain lines, light fittings, cracked grouting and tiles;
  • Water feature leaks normally result from broken or cracked concrete, however, vacuum lines and lights can also cause water leaks;
  • Fish pond leaks can include broken concrete or grouting, however, supply and return lines also cause water leakage;
  • Irrigation watering systems often leak at joints or junctions, leaking large volumes of water into the ground without any visible signs;
  • Water tanks leak into the ground through broken valves, joints or split seams;
  • Garden tap leaks are often not visible when the underground supply pipes have been broken and are connected to the main utility supply line;
  • Utility water supplies leaking into any property, dependent upon which country you are in, can be auto filled to a holding tank;
  • Booster pump leaks can occur when gate valves or junctions around the pump become worn or start to leak.

 

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