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Slab Leak Repair

Slab Leak Detection in Solano County

Giving Your Structure a Leg to Stand On

You shouldn’t have to think too much about the concrete slab beneath your residential or commercial property. Even so, a lack of vigilance could cost you big time, especially if you’ve been ignoring or putting off a potential slab leak. When caught early enough, most slab leaks require only simple repairs. But beyond early detection, slab leaks may cause serious structural damage and extensive repairs. Our expert slab leak technicians can determine the cause, isolate the problem, and recommend the best solution for your property.

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Top 5 Signs You Should Call for Slab Leak Service

Unexplained spikes in your water bill could be caused by a drastic slab leak.

The sound of running water—especially when coming from beneath your structure—is a reliable symptom of a slab leak.

Puddles in the yard or on the lawn of your property (especially after a rainless period) can point to an unseen slab leak.

The majority of slab leaks occur along your hot water line, leading to hot spots on your flooring.

As with most other types of leaks, an unpleasant odor could indicate a leak beneath your property.


Slab Leak Repair and Services

Slab leaks of all intensities classify as urgent. Minor repairs and additional concrete pouring may be required in the best of circumstances, to say nothing of more serious slab leaks. Let our versatile team of widely-trained technicians assist you with scheduled or emergency slab leak service in the Vacaville, Fairfield, Suisun, Dixon, Vallejo, Davis, and surrounding cities. At Advanced Plumbing, Heating, & Air, we pride ourselves on 100% transparency throughout our range of slab leak services. You can count on comprehensive quotes and extensive pricing details right up front, along with a dedicated team that offers you solutions rather than excuses.

Slab Leak Questions and Answers

  • How does hydro-jetting work?
    Hydro-jetting services usually start with a camera inspection. Your plumber will insert a camera through your main line to check for any blockages, leaks, or cracks before moving on to the next step. After a camera inspection, water is sprayed through the line to clear out years of oil and grime. Afterwards, you should notice drastically faster draining throughout your property.
  • Is hydro-jetting safe?
    Hydro-jetting uses a focused, high-pressure stream of water to clear out both PVC and iron pipes safely and without risk of damage. Considerably older pipes or pipes with existing damage may not be suitable for hydro-jetting treatment. Your plumber will determine if hydro-jetting is right for your line by inspecting it first with a camera.
  • Are my water and sewer lines connected?
    All water and sewage flowing from your residential or commercial property flows through the main line. Your main line connects your property to the municipal sewer system or to a septic tank. All drains, toilets, and showers flow from your home and through the main line.
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