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4 Signs You Have a Plumbing Leak

Posted by Warner Service on Aug 30, 2019 10:00:00 AM

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Here’s how you can catch leaks early and prevent damage to your home. Look for the four signs of leaks in your home and, if you notice any, call the experts at Warner Service for leak detection and leak repair service today.

Not only can a leaky pipe or slab leak cause damage to your walls and floor, but if allowed to escalate these common plumbing problems can even threaten the structure of your house.

But don’t worry, because the leak detection and repair specialists at Warner Service can help! With our 24 hour service and immediate response times, you can find the source of your leaks quickly and be straight on your way to better, safer living. Have you noticed any of the following warning signs of plumbing leaks in your home?

4 Signs You Have a Plumbing Leak

  • High Monthly Water Bills
  • Low Water Pressure
  • Discoloration on the Walls or Ceiling
  • Warm or Cold Spots on the Floor

Get to the source of the problem with the best leak detection available! We use only the most state-of-the-art equipment so that we can be both accurate and fast in delivering repairs.

What Are Slab Leaks?

Perhaps the most common (and most destructive) type of residential leak that we get called in for is known as a “slab leak.” Slab leaks are leaks in the water lines that run beneath the concrete foundation of your home. Signs you have a slab leak in your home are very similar to regular leaks in general, and include:

  • Wet Spots on Carpets or Flooring
  • Hot or Cold Spots on Floors
  • Cracks, Shifts, or Settles in Foundation
  • Higher than Average Water Bills

Many plumbing companies cannot handle slab leaks properly because they don’t have the right tools. But when you work with our top-of-the-line professionals, you know every possible step is being taken to repair your slab leak efficiently and without damaging your home.

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Topics: Plumbing