Slab Leak Repair

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Slab leaks will eventually damage floors and walls in your home.

At RiteWay Plumbing & Heating, we can both locate and repair the slab leaks that plague your home. Slab leaks can create massive damage, at least in part due to their hidden nature. Since they begin underneath your house, most homeowners do not recognize a slab leak until their basement gets flooded. Aside from flooding, slab leaks can create ideal conditions for the growth of mold and mildew. Eventually, the water will begin to rot your home’s support structures, which creates the necessity for expensive repairs.

Slab leaks often get caused through foundation shifts that rupture pipes in or below the concrete. Though it’s difficult to prevent slab leaks, a few signs exist to identify them before they become too problematic. Pay attention to following indicators, and give us a call at 303-840-1876 if you think you have a slab leak in Parker, CO.

Indicators of a Slab Leak

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Slab leaks work their way through the slab to affect other parts of the house.

Water on the Floor: Eventually, water will work its way through your slab to appear on the lowermost floor of your home. Whether this occurs in your living area or basement, the potential for flood damage becomes real. If you ever notice an unexplained pool of water in your home, contact a trusted plumber immediately. Even if a slab leak isn’t the cause, you’ll need to repair the source of the leak.

Hot Floors: Warm floors serve as one of the surest signs of a slab leak. If the leak occurred in a hot water pipe, the water will eventually heat the concrete enough to influence the temperature of the floors above.

Low Water Pressure and High Bills: As water continually leaks below your home, you may notice a decrease in your water pressure. The constant stream will also cause your water bills to rise. Slab leaks stand as just one of the possible causes of these, however, so call a trained plumber for help.

Cracked Floors: The most serious sign of a slab leak, cracked floors mean that the water has managed to flow for quite awhile. Water will not damage floors overnight. If you begin to notice damage underfoot, contact RiteWay Plumbing & Heating right away.

We Offer Fast Detection and Repair

For any leak in your home, do not hesitate to contact us. All leaks worsen over time to create the potential for major repairs. Slab leaks accomplish this even more than others, and need the benefit of professional work. If you suspect a slab leak in Parker, CO or surrounding areas, give RiteWay Plumbing & Heating a call today at 303-840-1876.