Slab Leak Detection

slab leak detection

Proper Slab Leak Inspections

If you see water leaking into your home or water buildup that seems to be coming from underground, you may be dealing with a slab leak. Slab leaks happen when water is leaking underneath concrete slabs under your home or commercial property. They shouldn’t be taken lightly. You need slab leak detection immediately. Left untended, slab leaks can lead to significant property damage to plumbing systems and even your property’s foundation. If you notice an unusual leak or water buildup coming from underneath your property, call HEB Plumbing at (817) 283-0183 today!

Common Slab Leak Causes

During the construction phase, builders cut holes in the foundation and run sewer and water pipes underneath the property that connects to water heaters, sinks, and toilets. It’s done this way to save time and requires less excavation. When water pressure is too high or pipes are too old, it places a big burden on plumbing systems. Over the years, pipes eventually break down and start to leak. Usually, it’s not a big deal because excess water runs off into the soil. However, if a leak is large, it can threaten the foundation.

You Need an Experienced Plumbing Technician for Slab Leak Detection

You or someone else inside your property will probably be the first person to spot a slab leak. You may not know what it is when you see it, though. Usually, slab leaks are spotted when people see water running on the concrete in their basement or ground floor. If you see something like this, call HEB Plumbing to get professional help. We’ll send out a technician to detect whether it’s an actual slab leak and offers solutions.

The team at HEB Plumbing has spent years working on plumbing systems, so we’re trained to spot slab leaks as soon as they arise. Early detection is critical to avoid any property damage or damage to your foundation.

For fast, effective slab leak detection in the greater Bedford, TX area, call HEB Plumbing at (817) 283-0183 today! We’ll send someone out as soon as possible to inspect the issue and handle any necessary repairs.