Slab Leak Repair

in San Antonio, TX

Slab Leak Repair San Antonio

Slab Leak Repair San Antonio

Sometimes plumbing damage isn’t as obvious as a clogged sink or a leaking faucet. Unfortunately, hidden problems can cause a large amount of damage. This is the case with slab leaks. Unless you subscribe to a plumbing magazine or renovate homes, chances are that you’ve never even heard of a slab leaks or even slab leak repair San Antonio.

A slab leak is when one of the water lines running beneath the concrete slab in your home develops a leak. The most common symptom is the sound of running water when there shouldn’t be any. Another is inexplicably high water bills. You might be wondering, “A leak outside of my home? What’s the big deal?” Great question! Slab leaks need to be taken care of as soon as possible due to the power of water. Water from a slab leak can crack and shift your home’s foundation. It can penetrate your floors and walls, leading to dangerous mold levels.

Interior and Exterior Slab Leak Repair and Detection

If you’re lucky and the leak doesn’t affect the inside of your home, your landscaping is still at risk. If your home sits at the top of an incline, soil will erode leaving grass and plants to die. If your home sits at the bottom of an incline, flooding can occur.

If you suspect a slab leak in your home, call On Time Elmer today! The sooner the leak is detected, the less invasive that repairing it will be. Our plumbers in pink serve San Antonio and the surrounding areas of Converse, Kirby and Live Oak. For ways to save, don’t forget to check out our coupon page!

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Slab Leak Repair

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Tarasa O. on 6/14/2015 | Rating:

“Our water heater went out yesterday and Matt was here from On Time Elmer within an hour to do an estimate. Once we figured out what we needed to do, the installers were here within a couple of hours to install the new water heater. We are very happy with the service. Thank you all very much, you’re a step above the rest!”

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