Moreno Valley Slab Leak Repairs
Have a Leak? Call Schuelke Plumbing Today!
Slab leaks are proof that even the smallest plumbing problems can have devastating consequences when left alone. A slab leak is a leak in the pipes and plumbing lines running in the cement slab beneath your home. These lines are often installed and then the cement slab is poured in around them to encase them in a durable protective layer of concrete. However, foundation settling, shifting from earthquakes or heavy rains, and plenty of other issues can cause the land beneath your home to move, resulting in the slab changing and the plumbing lines being moved with it.
At Schuelke Plumbing, we understand how important it is to find and fix slab leaks early, and our staff of professional Moreno Valley plumbers can do exactly that. We use the latest tools and methods in order to accurately find your slab leak the first time, and our repair plans are designed to be as minimally-invasive and cost-effective as possible. We know the last thing you want to deal with is an expensive, time-consuming fix which requires significant foundation repair, and we do everything we can to avoid it by finding alternative solutions which work just as well without the cost. We guarantee your satisfaction, and we can even come to you at any time, 24/7, so you can get your emergency slab leak issue fixed when you need it!
Trust your home to the experts at Schuelke Plumbing! Give us a call at (909) 280-4108 today and let us get to work solving your slab leak problems.
What Can Happen In a Slab Leak?
Why are slab leaks so dangerous for homeowners? In addition to a huge waste of water that sucks money out of your pocket and wastes one of our most precious natural resources, slab leaks threaten immense damage to your home. For starters, slab leaks can cause the foundation beneath your home to become unstable, resulting in sinking in some cases, or bowing in others. This can cause your foundation to collapse or bow outward, damaging your home and making it unstable.
Slab leaks can also cause the following damage:
- Damage to your flooring and carpets
- Mold and mildew growth
- Damage to drywall or home structure
- Ruined furniture and other property
- Wasted water
Detecting a slab leak is a tricky process—you don’t want to tear into your foundation blindly, so figuring out where the leak is first is an important step. Our plumbers use sophisticated equipment and proven techniques to locate where your leak is and then develop a plan for how to best approach your problem. Once we find your leak, we have a variety of different repairs, including routing a new pipe around the damaged one, patching the damaged pipe, and much more. We always do our best to avoid the need to cut into your foundation, but sometimes it simply can’t be helped. We’ll work with you to help you better understand the nature of your problem before we begin any repairs and help you make the best decisions about the condition of your home.
When you suspect you may have a slab leak, contact Schuelke Plumbing right away!