LeakTronics, the industry leader in electronic leak detection equipment manufacturing and training pushes into 2020 with a focus on faster shipping to locations outside of North America. This includes providing online training access and customer service to their worldwide customer base.
With thousands of professionals on 6 continents working daily to find and stop water loss using LeakTronics equipment, technicians in every market where water loss occurs are growing their businesses by servicing customer needs faster and more accurately. This is due to the precision listening technology in LeakTronics leak detection equipment and their ability to deliver that equipment globally, with same day shipping.
Orders placed online, or by phone are able to be packaged same day and delivered to DHL for shipping before the close of that business day. Buyers can choose shipping speed options in their online cart before purchase and once submitted, orders are packaged same day. This is decreasing the time it takes for working professionals to get to the job and get paid by their customers for work performed.
Throughout 2019, LeakTronics traveled to European based Pool and Spa shows to introduce their technologies to a marketplace that hasn’t experienced leak detection using electronic listening equipment. The immediate acceptance has been proven with the increased sales in Spain, the UK, France, Portugal, Germany, Austria, Italy and Greece. Where many of these locations have pools that are aging, the need for non-invasive leak detection work has increased in the past few years.
The equipment LeakTronics offers and their trusted methods of non-invasive leak detection have changed how technicians find leaks in pipes and plumbing as well as in the pool shell. Taking away the need for unnecessary digging to find plumbing lines, service professionals are able to finish jobs in a day, where before it would take as much as a week to complete the job. In 2020, LeakTronics will visit Brisbane, Australia with a planned speaking engagement to bring their technology to customers down under.