Water, Leak detection

Heroes of the sea

When the 110-meter long gas tanker - the Lotus - was involved in a collision off the coast of Antwerp in October 2015, Polygon’s engineers got to show what they were made of in a way they had seldom experienced before.

Water, Leak detection

Empathy at work

When an older English woman returned home after a short trip, she was greeted by a very unpleasant surprise: her boiler had sprung a leak, causing extensive damage throughout the house. But what started as a disaster for the woman ended on a happy note for everyone involved. We are always by our customers’ side!

Water, Leak detection

Leak detection in Lambeth palace

The damage suffered as a result of leaking pipes should not be underestimated - a 0.5mm leak could lose 20 litres of water every hour. Even if a leaking pipe is noticed, the cost and disruption associated with locating the source could be considerable. Too often walls, floors and even other pipes are unnecessarily damaged and there are no guarantees that the leak will be found as it is very often some distance from any signs of any water damage.

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Leak detection in swimming pools

Polygon’s Leak Detection Service provides a non-destructive solution to finding hidden leaks. In contrast to traditional methods of large-scale excavation, Polygon utilise specialist equipment coupled with technical expertise to locate hidden leaks quickly and accurately, saving both time and money. As the weather gets warmer, plumbers, installers and swimming pool engineers are called as customers discover they have a leak in their swimming pool – often due to the freezing temperatures during the winter months.

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No need to tear up the driveway with Polygon Trace and Access