With Us, No Wait, Just Fast, Exceptional, and Experienced Slab Leak Detection and Repair Service

Do you have a slab leak? You can make sure if you have a slab leak or not in your home by looking for the following signs:

  • Water under the pipes can travel through your home’s foundation and cause warm spots near the source of the leak.
  • Your water bill can drastically increase if water constantly runs throughout your home even when no water is in use.
  • Mold and mildew in carpeted rooms can form if you have a leaky pipe.
  • You hear water coming from under the pipes running throughout your home even when you are not using any water.
  • You find faint cracks on the floor and walls of your home due to a leaky pipe.

How many of these signs of a slab leak did you recognize? Even if you say just one, you should still call us instead of waiting for more signs to become apparent to you. The more signs you notice, the worse the slab leak is.

Pick Up the Phone and Call Us Over for Slab Leak Detection and Repair in Kennedale, TX

Our experienced and friendly slab leak detection specialists will visit your home on time and detect and repair the slab leak using state-of-the-art audio and visual, moisture probing, and water pressure testing equipment.

Our professionals will not let you down, but using a minimally invasive method, they will repair your slab leak, allowing you to carry on your day without any hassle and interruption from our side.

Detecting, Locating, and Repairing the Slab Leak

Our method of detecting, locating, and repairing slab leaks:

  1. Detecting a Slab Leak

    We will add a water pressure to your plumbing system after turning off the faucets, fixtures, and the main valve of your water system. If we find any leaky faucets, we will close the angle stop or replace it. This will allow us to find the actual piping, causing the issue and will lead us to the source of the water leak.

  2. Locating the Leaky Pipe

    We will find the leaky pipe by identifying the source of the leak. We will use a transmitter to trace the area we suspect the leak is and then use a pipe locator to find the leak’s location. The pipe locator picks up signals the pipe emits. We will use a marker tape to mark the area on the floor to locate the piping under it that we think is the source of the leak.

  3. Repairing the Leaky Pipe

    We will connect a microphone to the electronic leak detection equipment, which will allow us to listen to the taped or marked area of the pipes to find the exact location of the leak. The microphone will help us find the area giving us the highest reading.

If the microphone fails to pick up a reading, we will add CO2 gas to your plumbing system, which will increase the sound level by ten times. Once we have spotted the leak, we will use one of the following repair options to fix it:

  • Spot Repair involves opening the slab at exact area of the leak to fix the leaky pipes. Homes that have newer plumbing systems should go for this repair method.
  • Reroute or Re-pipe involves removing and replacing the old pipe with a new pipe. Homes that have older plumbing systems and are experienced several leaking problems should go for this repair method.
  • Epoxy Pipe Coating involves applying epoxy coating on the inside of the pipe to prevent it from leaking. This is the recommended option for homes with a plumbing system experiencing many small leaks.

What Other Measures Can You Take to Prevent Slab Leaks?

We recommend that you call us one time each year for plumbing system maintenance. We will maintain your plumbing system, repairing and fixing it as needed. If we come across any problems such as slab leak, we can repair it before it can get any bigger.

You should also keep an eye out for the signs of a slab leak and call us as soon as you spot one in your home. Even it does not turn out to be a slab leak but another plumbing issue, contacting us to perform slab leak detection can provide you with relief and may uncover another issue causing that problem, which we can fix right away.

Remember, slab leaks start small and identifying them sooner can save you both time and money. For your free estimate, residents can contact us at 817-405-0434 for slab leak detection and repair in the Kennedale, TX area.