Slab Leaks in Mission Hills CA

L.A. Master Plumbers provides superior repairs for slab leaks in Mission Hills CA

If you suspect you have slab leaks Mission Hills CA, all you have to do to get a fast and effective repair is to call L.A. Master Plumbers. Whether the leak was caused by a copper pipe reacting with soil or by the eventual failure of a pipe dented or nicked during construction of your home, we can help.

Slab leaks Mission Hills CA

Detecting Slab Leaks Mission Hills CA

Slab leaks often go unnoticed by property owners because the source of the leak is out of sight beneath your slab. However, you can use the following tell-tale signs of a slab leak to guide you:

  • A sudden increase in your water bill
  • Mysterious sounds of water running
  • Warm spots in the concrete floor
  • New cracks in walls or floors
  • Wet areas near the foundation outside
  • Water on the floor

If you notice any of these things, don’t panic. Just call L.A. Master Plumbers. We can pinpoint the location of any slab leaks Mission Hills CA you may have using our advanced leak detection tools. This enables us to provide targeted repairs to address the leak with minimal disruption to your foundation and your life.

Slab Leak Repair Options

When it comes to repairing slab leaks Mission Hills CA, you generally have three options: spot repair, re-piping, or in-place pipe recoating. Spot repairs are noisy and disruptive, and if the leak is beneath a wall, a cabinet, or a fixture like a bathtub, you won’t be able to access the pipe easily for spot repair. In-place pipe recoating is the most cost-effective and least disruptive way to repair a slab leak. It only requires us to have two access points into the pipe, from which we can insert the epoxy recoating material.

When you hire L.A. Master Plumbers, you can rest assured you’ll get an honest opinion about which option is best for you. Remember, new clients can receive a free inspection for a limited time so call us today!

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