Slab Leak Detection & Repair

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Slab Leak Detection & Repair

What Are Slab Leaks?

Homes are often built on concrete foundations known as slabs. The water and sewer lines that connect to residences are often located beneath the concrete slabs and when those lines deteriorate or get damaged from external sources, they result in leaks that seep through the concrete foundation. Depending on the extent of the damage to the piping, slab leaks can range anywhere from small trickles to major flows of water. If left undetected for too long, slab leaks can cause major problems in your home. If you suspect a slab leak, you should address it as soon as possible before it turns into a more costly repair.

What Are Warning Signs of a Slab Leak?

Due to many external factors that can affect water and sewer lines, slab leaks are quite common, especially in older homes. There are many indicators that can provide warning signs of a slab leak. Signs to look out for include:

  • Your water bill is higher than usual
  • Your water pressure is consistently low
  • You hear the sound of running water behind your walls even when faucets are off
  • Wet spots on your floor or carpet
  • Warm spots on your floor or carpet 
  • Mold underneath your carpet

What Should You Do if You Suspect a Slab Leak?

If you suspect there could be a slab leak in your home, don’t hesitate to call us! Our team of slab leak detection experts can detect and identify slab leaks immediately and will work efficiently to repair them and prevent further damage to your home. Call 858-538-6025 to schedule an appointment today!

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