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As a property owner, you already know that water damage can be costly. It’s one of the most common claims against insurance companies. It can hurt the structure of your property and can have ill effects on the health of your family or employees. There are a lot of reasons not to let water damage happen to you. One of... View Article
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CONTACT: Todd Marcus or Thomas Kaiser Atlantic Leak Detection and Utility Locating Main – 732-546-3800 or 718-576-2033 Fax – 732-546-3334 [email protected] www.AtlanticLeak.com Flat Roof Membrane Electronic Leak Detection With new testing requirements becoming more common in the flat roof leak detection and leak testing arena, Atlantic Leak Detection has been offering the latest in electronic test methods... View Article
Pool Leak Detection. Pay now or pay much more later… A potential customer had a leak in his pool all summer. He called us at Atlantic Leak Detection at least 3 or 4 times for advice but never hired us to take care of his pool leak. He was warned that the pool leak needed to get resolved... View Article
Pool, sprinkler leaks can bring costly surprise Posted: 6:14 AM Andy Reid, Sun Sentinel Sometimes it takes getting soaked with water-bill sticker shock for homeowners to find out about a leaking backyard pool or sprinkler system. A leak the width of a dime in an underground sprinkler line can waste 6,300 gallons of water per month — doubling typical water use... View Article
ROSEBURG, Ore. — The water department in Roseburg is stumped. It’s been losing 2 million gallons a day to a leak that workers haven’t been able to trace.
American Water Offers New Year’s Resolutions for a Healthy and Sustainable 2012 VOORHEES, N.J., Jan 05, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) — With as many as 36 states facing water shortages by 2013, it has never been more vital for Americans to understand the true value of a resource so many take for granted — having enjoyed lifelong, ready access to clean,... View Article
Wavering pool renovation likely to be element of Park District comprehensive plan Posted: Dec 09, 2011 9:41 AM EST Updated: Dec 09, 2011 11:25 AM EST Blake Herman comes down the giant slide at Wavering Aquatic Center, gaining momentum by going side to side before flipping out of the slide into the pool in this July 2010 file photo. (H-W... View Article
Get your paperwork in order before you dig yourself into a hole CHESTERVILLE – Planting a tree? Digging a swale? Firing up the post-hole auger behind that old Massey Ferguson for a bit of fence-line improvement on the back forty? The farmer or contractor doing the digging had better possess a paperwork “locate” in his back pocket before breaking ground, or... View Article
At a first glance, the sculpture across from the Facilities Services building looks like a pipe leak with water pouring out, but with closer observation it becomes clear that it’s purposely leaking water. The artist who created the unique piece is Steve Linn, and it is named Pasadena Watermain Break.