Titan Plumbing Service Inc.
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Slab Leak, Leak Detection and Leak Repair. In Texas slab leaks are a very common occurrence. Our soil and the pH in our water are very conducive in causing our copper water piping to fail. One of the symptoms of a slab leak is the sound of running water, when no water should be running; this could indicate a slab leak. If you hear running water in your home when all should be quiet, this means there is flowing water somewhere. Your home’s plumbing system is pressurized and static when all appliances and faucets are in the off position.
If you don’t find visual clues as to the source of the sound of the running water, it could mean you have a water leak under the slab. A hot spot on the floor could indicate a hot water leak in your slab. If you have pets, you may notice they will gravitate to a certain spot on the floor. Check to see if it feels warmer than usual. High water bills could indicate a leak as well as high gas or electric bills.
Titan Plumbing Service of Fort Worth, Texas has detected, located and repaired slab leaks for our customers in Euless, Fort Worth and Benbrook. Our leak detection method allows us to normally pinpoint the water leak to within a 6” radius of the actual water leak, thus minimizing the repair cost and disruption of your home or office.
What are my slab leak repair options?
Once the leak has been located under the slab, Titan Plumbing Service of Fort Worth, Texas will provide repair options.
Spot repair: Titan Plumbing Service will open the slab at the spot of the leak and repair the leaking pipe. This option is cost-effective for newer construction.
Re-pipe or Re-route: Titan Plumbing Service will replace the entire line that is leaking. This is most effective for older plumbing systems that have a history of leaking, or where there are floor coverings that would be cost prohibitive to remove and reinstall.
In-place pipe coating: If a series of small leaks in the plumbing system would make it cost prohibitive or too inconvenient to dig up the slab, then in-place epoxy pipe coating could be the best option.