Slab leaks are a nightmare for homeowners. If not detected on time, they can turn your entire house upside down or should we say, make it collapse. Call us to save yourself the nightmare and prevent it from coming true.
Our trained and experienced slab leak repair specialists in Keene, TX, use state-of-the-art detection and repair equipment to trace, locate, and fix or replace broken pipes, which are the most common cause of leaks. Other causes include hard water, soil corrosion, poor quality material, and electrolysis.
But first, let us ask you this — Have you noticed the following signs and symptoms:
How many signs and symptoms are true for you? How many did you notice happening at your home? Whether you noticed one, two, or more, it should be enough for you to dial our number and schedule a visit from our repair specialists to your home.
What If It Doesn’t Turn Out to be Slab Leak After all?
If it is not a slab leak, it is still something serious. After all, you still have a plumbing issue to deal with, and calling us over can save you from a minor issue turning into a bigger problem.
Whether it is a slab leak or a plumbing problem, you can count on our experts to fix it in no time.
Did you know that you could have prevented the leak from happening in the first place? How, you ask. By scheduling annual maintenance of your plumbing system, you can prevent potential issues that may arise later. We also recommend you inspect your water pressure after every 6 months because if it higher than it usually is, before you know it, you can find yourself looking at a leak. Call us over if you see a change in water pressure, so we can resolve it for you.
We provide our slab leak repair specialists with advanced electronic and radar equipment to identify and fix the leak. Once we have discovered the source of the leak, our professionals will begin to draw out a plan to fix it.
Now, there are two ways we can go about this (one option is better than the other).
We can reroute the affected pipe by adding a cap on it and replacing it with a high quality pipe
We can cut into the concrete to repair the old pipe known as direct access repair.
Which is the better option? The option we recommend you go with is the first option to reroute the pipe. We say that because repairing the old pipe just increases the chances of the same pipe bursting and causing another leak.
Most of our customers choose to reroute the pipe because no one wants to live in fear that another leak might happen because of the damaged pipe — even though repaired, is still there — can still burst and cause a leak.
You do not have to live with the slab leak in your home even for one day. We want to ensure the foundation of your home does not become compromised and collapse. If you have a leak, we are a call away!
Do not give the slab leak a chance to become bigger because the bigger it gets, the more expensive the repair job gets. Do not waste even a second in calling us! Contact us at 817-405-0434 for your free estimate.