Slab leaks are hard to notice, but it is crucial to address them immediately after detecting them.
Common signs that you are dealing with a slab leak include high water bills, low water pressure, problems with mold, or excess water in the home’s foundation. Our professionals specialize in slab leak repairs, and we can fix your leak (no matter where it is originating) swiftly and professionally.
Slab leaks can stem from different places, and normally it’s difficult to predict without specialized tools. Let one of our technicians can pinpoint the source and offer a solution before your home’s foundation is damaged.
Unfortunately, since most homeowners don’t check on their home’s foundation very often, a slab leak can go undetected until the damage has been done.
If the ground your home is built on is prone to shifting, it’s more important than ever to keep an eye on the condition of your foundation and pipes and to check for any signs of leakage.
What causes slab leaks?
Rust in copper pipes, wrongly placed water pipes, pipe damage, lack of insulation, neglect, mold, termintes, erosion, or ground shifting are all reasons that cause slab leaks.
When a leak does occur, it’s critical to assess these factors and deal with them to stop future occurrences of the same issue.
It is impossible to know if there was an improper installation of your pipes until you encounter a problem with it. But it is important to have it immediately resolved by an expert the soonest to avoid getting more damage from it.
Our slab repair professionals will find the leak’s source and suggest the course of action for repairing the issue.
In order to be able to closely examine a leak within the slab, our technicians may need to jackhammer through the slab. to determine the source of your leak and replace the copper pipes.
Our team is experienced in tending to slab and making the most necessary and affordable repairs for your home.
If the leak source happens to be in a pipe under expensive flooring, then it may be more cost-effective to have the water lines rerouted.
Once the new pipe is in place, there won’t be any need to remove the old one as there won’t be any water flowing through it.
Home insurance can cover the breaking and finishing of the base, but does not cover the cost of repairing the pipes.
If you simply ignore the signs of a slab leak, it’s unlikely that your insurance will cover the resulting water damage.
If you even suspect a slab leak, get in touch with us right away so we can help.
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