A slab leak, if left undetected and unresolved, can put your entire family’s life at risk. If a leak causes damage to your home, you will find yourself paying a hefty amount for repairs. Why don’t you get the situation under control by detecting the leak before it can worsen?
Yes, you do not need to be an expert in detecting a leak. You just need to pay attention to the following signs of a leak:
How many signs of a leak did you recognize? If you said one or more, you may be looking at a potential leak. So, should you call in the experts in Fort Worth, TX to come and take a look to confirm the leak?
Yes, calling us to detect and fix the leak will save you both time and money down the line.
What if it turns out to be a false alarm?
If it turns out to be a false alarm and there is no leak, there must be another reason why you have been experiencing these signs. And trust us, no plumbing issue escapes from us. We will do some digging to find out the underlying reason and once found, we will fix it.
Even if the symptoms of a leak have not surfaced yet, we will catch the leak during the annual maintenance of your plumbing system. We can even predict if you are looking at a leak in the future by examining the following things that can cause it:
One advice we would give you is to check the water pressure every six months. An abnormally high or low water temperature means that a leak is just ready to happen. If you detect a change in water pressure, call us for slab leak repairs in Fort Worth, TX.
We are available and on call 24/7. If you suspect a leak, do not look at the hour and day to call us — just contact us! We offer same-day slab leak detection and inspection services for our customers. We can visit your house to diagnose the plumbing problem and once found, we will fix it right there and then.
We use the latest electronic and radar equipment available on the market to trace, detect, and repair. We continually train our slab leak repair specialists in using the newest slab leak detection and repair equipment.
Once we discover the leak, we will present you with these two repair options:
Most homeowners choose to reroute the damaged pipe because it reduces the chance of experiencing a leak again from the same pipe. Since a direct access slab leak repair fixes the same broken pipe, the chances of a leak occurring from the same source may increase.
Even though the final decision is yours, we recommend you go with the first option to reroute the pipe because the second option will not only increase the risk of leak occurring again, but it will also cost you more money if the same pipe leaks again.
If you have any questions, we would love to hear and answer them, whether in person or on call. You can reach us by calling us at 817-405-0434 for your free estimate.