Topeka Slab Leak Repair
No Leak Can Hide from Our Expert Plumbers
Plumbing leaks vary in difficulty. While faucet and fixtures leaks are easy to spot and repair, pipe leaks behind the walls and under your home’s foundation can go undetected for weeks or even months. The good news is Pat Plumbing, Heating and Air can help. As your full-service local plumbing company, we are equipped with state-of-the-art tools to accurately detect even the most hidden plumbing leaks. We also offer the best and brightest when it comes to our technicians and are always willing to go the extra mile to make sure you are satisfied with our services. Our company has been in business for over 15 years and follows a code of ethics that ensures honesty, integrity, and value.
Do you suspect a slab leak in your home? Contact our Topeka plumbers right away at (785) 783-5780!
Detecting a Foundation Leak
Foundation leaks are one of the scarier problems homeowners can have, often due to the cost of repairs. While these leaks do happen from time to time, the damage that occurs can be minimized by knowing how to spot one of these leaks. One of the first tell-tale signs is skyrocketing water bills. If your water consumption has not changed but your bill is consistently going up, there could be a leak in your foundation. If you are experiencing a hot water slab leak, you may have little to no hot water. In addition to this, there could be warm or hot spots on the floor.
Other signs that there may be a foundation leak can include:
- Hearing water when it is turned off
- Standing water in the yard
- Puddles of water inside
Don’t Make the Mistake of Ignoring the Problem
Choosing to ignore the signs of a slab leak will allow it to worsen over time. Worsening slab leaks can mean cracks in the foundation, mold growth, ruined flooring, musty smells, and a swampy yard. The longer you wait to repair a slab leak, the more water will seep out. Eventually, you will not be able to keep everything dry and end up with a complete mess. Alternatively, you can call Pat Plumbing, Heating and Air to detect and fix the slab leak. Doing so sooner rather than later will save you money, frustration, and the headache of further repairs.
Go with the Pros Who Know
Calling a plumber to repair a slab leak is a good idea. Calling Pat Plumbing, Heating and Air is an even better idea because we strive for excellence and your satisfaction! Our experience allows us the knowledge to repair just about any plumbing issue and we also understand the time-sensitive nature of slab leaks. You can relax in knowing you won’t have a major mess to clean up after we leave – our technicians wear shoe covers and use drop cloths to make sure nothing is left behind. As always, if we don’t have the part your job needs, we don’t charge you to get it, and you will know the repair costs before we begin.