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What is a Slab Leak, and What Causes It?
The term "slab leak" is used to describe any water leak that takes place below the concrete foundation (sometimes called the slab) of your home. Aside from the extensive damage, they can do to your house, yard, and property, slab leaks can also produce mold and mildew, which can lead to multiple health complications for you and your loved ones.
Slab leaks may be caused by any number of things including:
- A poorly installed piping system
- Human error during construction
- Corrosion from chemicals in the soil under the foundation
- Shifting ground can create more pressure on the pipes, causing them to break
- Abrasion from long-term vibration in the ground can wear down a pipe until it begins to leak
If you encounter a slab leak under your home, call Flow Pro Plumbing today and ask about home foundation leak repair.
How Can You Tell You Have a Slab Leak?
Because they occur not only underground, but under the foundation of your home, slab leaks can be very hard to spot. There are some signs though that might hint at a possible leak under the foundation of your home. If you notice any of them in your home, it is imperative that you call slab leak detection and repair company right away, to minimize the damage to your home.
Call Flow Pro Plumbing for slab leak detection service if you notice
- Your monthly water bill increasing steadily without any change in your water usage
- The sound of running water when all faucets are turned off.
- Areas of your floor are particularly hot or cold (this may be a water line leak or a sewer line leak)
- Cracks in the base of a wall or along the foundation, or any other visible signs of damage
- Mold or mildew growth
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