Temecula Slab Leak Damage Cleanup

Temecula Slab Leak Damage Cleanup

 

Five Star Restoration is a trusted Temecula slab leak damage cleanup company. We are equipped with the latest technology and highly-qualified technicians to serve your needs 24/7.  

A slab leak is an industry term used to describe a leak that has developed in the copper water lines running below the concrete foundation of your home. When these same leaks are above ground, in the wall or ceiling, they are known as pinhole leaks. Such leaks are often a result of long-term corrosion to copper pipes.

Slab leaks can be found either on the pressure side of the drainage side of your foundation. If the slab leak is on the pressure side of the drains, it can typically be unearthed before triggering a lot of destruction. While these leaks are usually found quickly, they can cause significant damage. 

Leaks on the drainage side can be considerably more veiled, making them trickier to spot. They can leak for ages, showing no external indication. Slab leaks can cause your foundation to collapse. 

To stop this from happening, the plumbing must be examined frequently.

Since slab leaks are not visible to a homeowner, they can often go undetected for long periods. Leaving a potential slab leak unattended can lead to much more significant problems, such as mold damage and termite infestation. So before everything gets worse, call our professionals for help.

 

What Causes a Slab Leak?

 

Pre-Damage and Poor Installation

 

It’s not unusual for some materials to get a little banged up when building a home, but if it’s the pipes that experience any damage, it could cause problems in the long run. Furthermore, if the pipes are installed incorrectly from the start, there’s a good chance that they won’t be able to function properly once they have an entire house sitting on top of them.

 

Ground/Foundation Shifts

 

Sometimes, slab leaks occur as the result of your house shifting on its foundation. When the ground of your home starts to move, your pipes are bound to experience a little pressure. However, while pipes are durable and can withstand a lot of things, too much pressure can take a toll and cause them to leak.

 

Abrasion

 

Pipes naturally expand and contract as water flows throughout them, but doing so can cause trouble depending on how your home was built. If the pipes are in a place where they are exposed to concrete, gravel, even other pipes, they could start to rub against them (until they eventually wear down) if they don’t have enough room to expand.

 

Corrosion

 

Since these pipes are located underground, it’s only natural for them to come into contact with soil. However, the addition of soil can cause the pipes to corrode over time. This is very common in home plumbing systems with copper pipes.

Signs You Have a Slab Leak

·         Sudden spikes in your water bill

 

·         Sound of running water when pipes aren’t in use

 

·         Moisture or mildew under carpeting

 

·         A moving water meter dial when pipes aren’t in use

 

·         Standing water around the perimeter of your house

 

·         Unusually low water pressure

 

·         Cracks in your baseboard or walls

 

·         Damp or warm floors

 

·         Mold Problems / Moldy smell

For Temecula Slab Leak Damage Cleanup- Call Now!

If you suspect you may have a slab leak in your home, Five Star Restoration at 951-368-2227 for professional slab leak detection and repair. Rest assured, you’re in good hands when you call us!

 

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