But first, do you know how to identify a slab leak? Early detection is key to finding and repairing slab leaks. Failure to do so can weaken your home’s foundation. If you spot one or more of the following signs at your home in the Burleson, TX area, you should call a plumbing right away:
Slab leaks are a serious matter, one that you cannot delay. When you call us for repairs, we will visit you the same day. Just let us know the time and place and we will be there.
Slab leaks fall into the category of an emergency plumbing repair job. That is why you cannot ignore them or delay calling us for help. Once you contact us, we will waste no time showing up at your door with tools in our hands and ready to get the job done.
We want you to master the art of early leak detection, so you can call us before your home’s structural integrity and foundation is compromised. However, we do not just want you to call us only when you suspect you have a leak. But, you can also get in touch with us annually to visit and inspect your plumbing system and ensure everything is in order.
Our experienced, professional, and friendly repair specialists in the Burleson, TX area are waiting for you to call and give you peace of mind by looking into the issue and resolving it as quickly as possible.
If it does not turn out to be a leak but a minor issue, scheduling an appointment with us for inspection will still be worth it. Why? Because in our years of experience working in the plumbing industry, we have noticed that small repair jobs, if neglected, usually become bigger.
Some of the common causes that we have come across include:
A preventative measure that you can take is to check your water pressure every 6 months, checking if it is higher than usual. If it is higher than usual, it can result in a slab leak. Why don’t you schedule an appointment for a comprehensive inspection of your plumbing system? If a leak is responsible for it, we will take care of it.
Our repair specialists have access to high-tech electronic and radar equipment. Here is what we will do:
Which option do we recommend?
We do not often recommend the second option to perform a direct access repair because the same pipe can develop a leak again in the future. Often, homeowners go with the first option to reroute the damaged pipe.
Contact us at 817-405-0434