In Atlanta, Orlando, and Brevard county, slab leaks have become very common. If you’re an insurance adjuster you need all the facts about the leak to determine the extent of damage. The origin of the leak, how long it’s been leaking, and the extent of the damages.
There are many reasons why the pipes under a concrete slab can leak or even burst, resulting in structural damage, high water bills and potential health hazard.
Over time weather can cause the soil to shift, putting a strain on the pipes and plumbing systems resulting in leaks.
Copper pipes react with the chemicals in the water, which can cause pinhole leaks.
The water supply going into your home or business is pressurized and over time can make the pipes vulnerable to leaks or breaks.
Poor or inadequate construction plays a big role with water leaks. Instead of copper, some newer constructions have pex lines which are left exposed to rodents,who can chew small holes in them.
Soil and sand are permeable to water, creating rust in older pipes, which makes them more susceptible to leaks.
If left untreated slab leaks can compromise the integrity of the foundation and eventually your home or business, not to mention the health issues from the mold and mildew.
Whatever the reason, repairing the leak with minimum destruction to the property takes the right equipment.
With the advancement of technology, detecting water leaks under concrete slabs is easier and less invasive than ever. The technicians at the Leak Doctor use advanced equipment to accurately pinpoint the exact location of your leak, with minimal disruption to your home or business.
The Leak Doctor specializes in detecting slab leaks in homes and business. We also help you find the source of damp or wet spots on your walls, ceilings and other areas of your structure. By using thermal imaging equipment and other electronic equipment we can help zero in on the source of the water intrusion, even if its three floors away from the water stain.
The Leak Doctor provides expert, sensible repairs for supply line leaks with a focus on minimal property damage, while providing repair options geared towards decreasing restoration costs.