Augerpros Plumbing wins Angie's List provider of the year
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The full-service plumbers at Augerpros Plumbing have years of experience detecting and repairing slab leaks in Allen. We know this can be a stressful situation for any homeowner and our experts are here to help you choose the best method for repairing the slab leak based on its location and the type of leak.

Texas is well known by home and business owners for having slab leak issues, which simply put, are leaks in the plumbing under a slab foundation. The soil has a tendency to shift, due to hot dry weather and then heavy rains, especially here in Allen. When this happens, the home will move, and it doesn’t take much to kink a copper water line, or shift a sewer line, so that it backs up, or separates completely.

The water lines usually give way quicker, the water has to go somewhere, and it will eventually make its way to outside the foundation, or up through the floor or wall. Locating the water leak is not always easy. We carry high end locate equipment, and have a lot of experience with locating water leaks under slab foundations.

Sewer slab leaks are not always as cut and dry. They can take a very long time to notice, yet can continue to leak raw sewage under your home, causing it to shift even more. In a case like this, the damage can become quite intensive, as it may be years before it’s noticed. Raw sewage smell, sewers backing up, cracks in walls or floors can all be telltale signs of a sewer problem.

If you notice these signs, it’s important to have a licensed plumber with experience in slab leaks come out and test for it. It can save you thousands of dollars in potential damages down the line.

How do I know if I have a slab leak?

  • Water Slab Leak: Basic testing for a water slab leak is fairly simple. Turn off the water in your home, inside and out, make sure there isn’t a drip anywhere. Go to your water meter, and watch it. If it moves at all, there is a leak somewhere, and if you are not seeing it from a faucet, or sprinkler system, then chances are, it’s hidden in a wall, or under the slab. This is a rough test but can give you an idea if you should call in the experts. We do a much more in-depth testing process, which can involve shutting off your sprinkler system, and possibly changing out fixtures, toilet parts, etc. if leaks are coming from them.
  • Sewer Slab Leak: Testing for a sewer slab leak is a little more involved. Our plumbers will perform what is called a static test. We require cleanouts in the front yard, if there are none, our expert technicians will need to install them first. They will then pull a toilet inside the home and fill the sewer line with water, marking it and letting it sit for quite a while. If it drops, we know there is a leak on that line and can then pursue it further, by running our sewer camera down the line to see where the issue is.

When should I consider doing a slab leak test?

There are a few instances where a slab leak test is beneficial to you and others:

  • Purchasing or selling a home or business: If you are purchasing or selling your home or business, it’s a very good idea to get your water and sewer lines tested for slab leaks. If you are buying the property, it will give you peace of mind going into the purchase that you don’t have that large issue to contend with. If you are selling your home, the results of a slab leak-free building can offer confidence to the buyer that the property is not being damaged by a slab leak.
  • Noticing obvious signs of a slab leak: Noticing doors not shutting any more, cracks in the walls, in the tile floors, hot spots on the floor, water coming out of the foundation, sewer smell constantly are signs that you should have the tests done.
  • Foundation repair being done: Whenever you are having foundation work done, generally it’s a requirement to have a slab leak test done on the water and sewer lines, but even if it’s not, you should still have the peace of mind of having them done. Moving a foundation, even a little can wreak havoc on your plumbing under the slab.

Do you have more questions?

We are happy to answer whatever questions we can for you on the phone, and then set up a free estimate for your slab leak services. At Augerpros Plumbing, we believe not only quality services are key, but also quality education for our customers. So, give our team of experts in slab leak repair services in Allen a call today at 214-206-6580!

Summary
Slab Leak
Service Type
Slab Leak
Provider Name
Augerpros Plumbing & Drain,
1608 Tanglewood Drive,Allen,TX-75002,
Telephone No.214-206-6580
Area
Allen, Texas
Description
The full-service plumbers at Augerpros Plumbing have years of experience detecting and repairing slab leaks in Allen. We know this can be a stressful situation for any homeowner and our experts are here to help you choose the best method for repairing the slab leak based on its location and the type of leak.