Detecting and identifying the source of water leakage damage is a very tricky task. Often we get hassled by local plumbers breaking and opening several parts of a wall or flooring in effort to find the source of the seepage. Since water always takes the path of least resistance, it leaves room for a lot of probabilities. For example, a water leakage in an upstairs bathroom or kitchen in a flat above yours might show signs of seepage in a wall along your living room leaving you confused. Alternatively, a leakage in the roof may lead to water traveling to the lowest point of the roof which may even be a hazardous light fixture or a damp corner near the wall.