Find Roof Leaks Quickly and Easily - Electronic Roof Leak Detection!


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Electronic Leak Detection tests can only be performed in dry conditions and can prevent costly repairs as it can detect if leaks are only present in a small area. Visit


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Electronic Roof Leak Detection – Find Roof Leaks before it’s Too Late! :

Electronic Roof Leak Detection – Find Roof Leaks before it’s Too Late!


With wet winter weather, it’s the right time to inspect your roof for leaks or any other damages! A roof leak can result in significant damage to insulation, walls, ceilings, flooring and personal property.


If undetected, a leaky roof can cause rot that will endanger the structural integrity of the roof and can cost an arm and a leg. But finding the leak may be difficult because water can enter the roof in one place and run down to another before it starts soaking in. Here is the solution for you, i.e. Electronic Roof Leak Detection Method.


What is Electronic Roof Leak Detection Method? Electronic leak detection (ELD) is a process for detecting pinhole penetrations in roofing membranes. Unlike infrared thermography, its aim is not to establish the precise extent of problems, instead focussing on identifying where the holes are located.


So, How Does It Work ? With one end of the brush earthed to the building, the surveyor brushes over the roof surface and is alerted to penetrations by a visible spark and audible tone from the equipment. This allows the surveyor to mark the exact location of a problem area.


What Are The Benefits of Using Electronic Roof Leak Detection Method? Fast and accurate method of locating leaks in most types of waterproofing membranes Equipment is available for testing in both wet and dry conditions Detect even small leaks without the need to remove surface coatings or make special provisions All defects will be marked on the roof’s surface with survey paint and plotted on a CAD drawing


Contact Thornton Roof Leak Detection Experts Today! Remember, a roof with leaks and trapped water can become dangerous, quickly. To avoid a worst case scenario, contact us today. For More Details, Call 01342 410508 Visit

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