Water Leakage Repair

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Water Leakage Repair In Singapore

When water leaks in one’s house in Singapore, most of us would try to address the problem ourselves or hire a plumber. However, if the fundamental problem isn’t addressed, deterioration may occur and future expenses may be incurred.

Our water leakage specialists in Singapore are highly experienced and they have been working for us for several years. They know their jobs very well and we can guarantee that you will get excellent service from them.

We handle everything from: wall leakage, ceiling leakage, toilet leakage, pipe leakage, roof leakage, and other types of waterproofing works as well – catered for HDB, condominiums, and landed properties in Singapore.

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We provide professional leak detection services to trace the source of water leakages

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Leak Detection

Signs of Water Leakages

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Wet spots on the floor or walls are one of the most apparent indicators of a water leak, but if the leak is minor, they might be difficult to notice. If you detect discoloration, check for dampness or wetness by gently rubbing your hand over it. It’s usually accompanied by mildew or mold growths.

It’s difficult to discover a water leak within a wall, but stains might be your best bet. It becomes stained, discolored, or blistered if an area is frequently wetted from a water leak.


Look no farther than mould patches if you want to discover how to find a water leak in your house. Mold will develop when an area of the home is constantly wet (e.g., your shower), and it will usually appear as black or white spots. Mould can grow on almost any surface and, under the proper conditions, may develop rapidly


Water leaking will result in an increase in your water bill. If you believe your water usage has recently been higher than usual, try to find the source of the leak. It is worth noting that a running toilet leak is one of the most common causes for increased bills.

In addition, check whether your meter numbers have increased.

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When parts of your house get wet or humid, they almost always have a mouldy smell due to pools of stagnant water or spores of mould that spread throughout the property. If you detect this sort of odour in your home but can’t find any mould, it is possible that it’s developing behind an appliance or someplace else difficult to detect.


If your bathroom tiles become spongy or soft, or come away from the surface after losing their adhesion, there is most likely a water leak.

On the other hand, if water is accumulating excessively outside, you may notice softened brickwork or paving – which is due to softening done by the water leak.

Signs of water damage in walls might be hard to detect, but they’re easier to spot when you press down on the suspected locations. Wood and other construction materials are hygroscopic, which means they absorb water over time and become soft when continually wet. When you have a leak, you may notice that parts of your wall or ceiling are becoming saggy and flexible.

About Us

We are a locally registered company that provides the waterproofing services as the main core business and core service. Other services that complement to waterproofing are also provided so that we are able to service customers with under one roof and one point-of-contact service.

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Common Questions About
Water Leakages In Singapore

Q: How do water leakage detectors work?

Water sensors monitor for and prevent excess moisture and flooding resulting from broken pipes or faulty appliances. A leak detection system includes sensors, shut-off valves, and a centralized hub. Leaks are detected using sensors in areas where they’re most likely, such as near faucets and beneath water heaters.

If a water leak detector system senses dampness in an area that should be dry, it creates a water sensor alarm. Some leak detectors may also check for changes in acoustics. Because all leaks generate soundwaves, the detector assesses the severity of the leak by measuring the frequency of the sound produced.

Water leaks are among the most prevalent reasons for water sensor failures. Seals that have been broken, lines that are blocked or leaking, loose connections, damaged joints, corrosion, and excessive water pressure are just a few of the most typical causes of water leaks that sensors can detect.

Q: What is the biggest contributor to water leaks inside a house?

The most frequent cause of indoor leaks is a leaking toilet, which causes about 90 percent of them. A dripping or running toilet can waste up to 200 gallons each day or 1,400 gallons each week.

A dripping faucet is one of the most common water leak in a house. If left unattended, these problems can waste a lot of water. They are usually easy to repair. You can do it on your own if the problem is not too serious.

Q: Who is responsible / liable for a leakage in a HDB?

If your HDB flat is still under the Defect Liability Period, you don’t have to worry because HDB will pay for any ceiling leaks or water seepage repairs. In fact, HDB offers warranties on ceiling leaks and water seepage of three years and five years, respectively, covering you for three and five years after purchase.

However, if water seepage occurs through the roof or walls of your HDB flat after it is no longer under warranty, you may file a complaint with your town council. The general upkeep of standard properties in an HDB estate, such as the roof and walls, is the responsibility of the council. When filing a complaint, keep photographs for proof.

In addition, if the water seepage is traced to cavities in window frames and ancient air-conditioning panels, such as those found on attics, it is the responsibility of the flat owner. To put it another way, you would have to hire a professional and fix the damage yourself. If there is a ceiling leak between the upper and lower floor units, both owners would be responsible for the repairs, as per the Home Care Guide on HDB’s website.

Q: How much the water leakage repair cost in Singapore?

It really depends on the nature of your leakage, and the type of leakage you are experiencing.

For instance, bathroom plumbing rates can range from $60 to $300 depending if: you need to clear a clogged toilet bowl, or replace a bottle trap for sink, or etc.

Water leakage detection – of concealed pipes can cost anywhere from $150 to $250 and above, depending if your property is a HDB, condominium or landed property.

The factors affecting the cost would be: the complexity of the job, the urgency of the job, and the additional cost that might be involved, which includes: replacement, installation, other waterproofing add-ons.

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