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How to Know if You Have a Slab Leak

How to Know if You Have a Slab Leak

Slab leaks are frequently undetected by homeowners, simply because most of them do not know what they are looking for. When slab leaks go unnoticed for long periods of time, it can lead to thousands of dollars of water damage. The key to catching a slab leak quickly is in knowing what to look for in your home.

Damp Carpet & Warped Flooring

Anytime you find damp carpets or warped flooring in a house, it can be an indication that water is coming through the floor. Slab leaks create an accumulation of water in the foundation, which eventually rises to the surface. When this happens, it will cause visible damage to your flooring. Keep a close eye on any damp areas, because this could be a sign that there is a slab leak.

Hot Spots on the Floor

If the slab leak happens to be within the hot water lines, you may find hot spots in your flooring. The leaking hot water will eventually heat up the material directly above it. You will notice hot spots on the hardwood or other hard...

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What Should You do During a Plumbing Emergency?

What Should You do During a Plumbing Emergency?

We have all been there. The toilet gets clogged. The water isn't coming out due to a blockage. Or the very worst situation - a pipe bursts and you suddenly have water everywhere. Being aware of what to look for and how to quickly make your situation better is key to a speedy plumbing solution!

The Top 4 Most Common Plumbing Emergencies

There are several plumbing emergencies that are among the most relevant for homeowners and business owners alike. The following are four of the top plumbing issues and how you can take action. These issues all require rapid response and a plumber should be contacted immediately.

  1. A pipe burst. When this happens, damage can occur quickly to your home or business. Not only does water damage the structure itself, but can cause significant monetary damage to furniture, goods, or products. If a main pipe burst can even lead to damage to neighboring residences or commercial properties.
  2. An overflowing toilet. This can be a nightmare,...
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