The most common indication of a slab leak is a high water bill or damp spots on the ground floor of your residence. A less common indication of a slab leak is a warm spot in a certain area of your house. It is also not uncommon to hear a slab leak depending on the size of the leak.
Identifying a slab leak requires experience, skill, proficiency, and technology. The identification process is different in every situation. Our plumbers have a high skill set in regards to identifying the location in a close proximity. It often takes a combination of several different methods to approximate the location of the leak. The best way is with thermal infrared imagery and acoustic listening devices.
After the initial phase of detecting and verifying that it is a slab leak, it is likely that you will have several options.
Your homeowners insurance may or may not cover the cost of a slab leak. Every situation is different, but we will work with your insurance company and adjuster. Often times, your insurance will cover the damage associated with the leak and identifying the leak, but not the actual repair of the pipe.
We offer complete turn key solutions related to slab leaks. From locating and repairing the leak, to drying the house out, to restoration, we are proud to offer a complete approach start to finish. Some slab leaks have massive amounts of damage, while others have very minimal damage. We will work with you to repair your property in a timely manner.
Often, we are able to get leak adjustment credits related to different major leaks. We will provide you with all the necessary paperwork and instructions.For more information or to schedule an appointment for review of a slab leak, please contact us at (912) 634-6366.