When your underground water line leaks, it can cause the soil around the water line to gradually move away from your foundation. This can then lead to foundation cracks or settling.
Slab leaks are difficult to notice, since they occur beneath your home’s foundation. However, if the problem goes undetected for too long, it can cause significant damage to your property.
If you think your home is affected by a slab leak, don’t hesitate to contact your plumber for immediate help. LHR Plumbing and Heating provides professional slab leak detection and repair services throughout Manchester, NH and surrounding areas in southern New Hampshire.
Reach out today to discuss your problem and book an appointment with our slab leak repair experts.
Signs Your Manchester Home Has a Slab Leak
These are some of the warning signs that point to a slab leak problem. Other warning signs include a sudden spike in your water bill, the constant sound of water running through your pipes, and low water pressure.
Contact Our Manchester Slab Leak Repair Experts Today
At LHR Plumbing and Heating we are committed to helping you safely resolve your slab leak problem. Our team of experts will provide a careful and noninvasive inspection before any work is done on your home. You will receive a detailed explanation of the problem and have the chance to go over the best solution with our slab leak repair experts.
The Slab Leak Detection and Repair Process
Although slab leaks aren’t common plumbing problems, they can lead to a significant amount of damage if they do develop. Not only will you need to worry about the leaking water line under your home, but you will potentially have structural or water damage to contend with as well.
Don’t wait until the situation gets worse. Call our Manchester slab leak repair team as soon as you suspect a problem or notice the warning signs.
Slab Leak Detection
Before we begin fixing the problem, we will first need to locate the site of the leak. Our experts will use digital pipe locating equipment to trace your underground water line. We will then run through the line using acoustic or infrared leak detectors to pinpoint the exact location of the leak.
Slab Leak Repair Options
Once we know where the leak is and the extent of damage, we can present you with options for repair. The most common repair method will involve opening up your flooring and foundation and repairing the water line directly.
Other slab leak repair methods include noninvasive pipe lining and water line rerouting.
Every household’s plumbing situation will be different. We can help you determine the safest and most cost-effective repair method for your home.