Leak Detection & Repair

Leak Detection Santa Clarita

Few things can disrupt your home and your entire life as much as a water leak in your home. Not only are you worried about the damage that the water might be doing, but you are also concerned about health risks such as the growth of toxic black mold. When you think that you might have a water leak in your Santa Clarita home, the only thing that you need to do is call (818) 639-9433. We will schedule an appointment for a leak detection specialist from Turbo Plumbing and Rooter to visit your home and locate the leak. 

Turbo Plumbing and Rooter is a licensed, full-service plumbing company. All of our highly skill plumbers use the latest leak detection equipment to quickly locate any leaks that might be in or under your home. We know that not only are customers concerned about the water leak, but they are also worried about the destruction that might occur when a plumber is searching for the leak. Rest assured that our equipment, expertise, and skill mean that we will never be tearing unnecessary holes in your floor, walls, or ceiling to search for a leak. Our professional service and efficiency will save you time, money, and frustration. Call (818) 639-9433 today and know that we offer same day and emergency service for all serious leaks and plumbing issues. 

Santa Clarita Zip Codes We Serve Include:

  • 91321
  • 91322
  • 91350
  • 91351
  • 91354
  • 91355
  • 91382
  • 91385
  • 91386
  • 91387

Types Of Plumbing Leaks

All plumbing leaks must be taken seriously. Even a small leak or annoying drip can quickly turn into a significant leak and an expensive repair bill. The two main categories of plumbing leaks include overt leaks and hidden leaks. 

To speak with an experienced leak detection expert, give us a call at (818) 639-9433. We’re happy to answer any questions you may have.

Overt Plumbing Leaks

These are the leaks that you can actually see or possibly hear. Common examples of overt leaks are dripping faucets or showerheads, running toilets or that annoying leak under the sink that keeps making a moist area in your cabinetry. Overt leaks are the ones that you see and know should be fixed. However, they often get overlooked until you see that your water bill is beginning to increase. These are also leaks that are a signal that you might have a water valve that is starting to fail, or a tiny hole in a pipe or fitting that will only increase over time. Never look past these small leaks. Call (818) 639-9433 and schedule an appointment for a Turbo Plumbing and Rooter professionals to come to your home and fix the issue before it causes significant water damage and even creates a health risk. 

Hidden Plumbing Leaks

These are the leaks that you never know about until you suddenly get a huge water bill, notice that the water pressure in your house is lower, find a wet area in your home, or begin to notice a musty or damp odor in your home. When any of these happen, you need to immediately call (818) 639-9433 to schedule a same-day appointment with a Turbo Plumbing and Rooter leak detection specialist. Most often, these hidden leaks are under the slab foundation of your home and can only be located by a skilled professional and the use of the latest leak detection technology. 

What Is A Slab Leak?

Many homes are built on a concrete foundation or slab with no basement or crawl space. These are referred to as slab homes. When these homes are built, the plumbing pipes are run before the foundation is poured. The pipes run up through the concrete to the different rooms in your home. On occasion, these pipes develop a leak which is called a slab leak because of the location under the slab of your home. 

How Are Slab Leaks Located?

In years past, a plumber or handyman would begin cutting holes in the foundation of your home to try to locate a slab leak. However, fortunately, the processes and technology used in leak detection are now far superior to a concrete saw and a sledgehammer. At Turbo Plumbing and Rooter our leak detection specialists are highly trained in using electronic tools that amplify the sound of running water. 

These tools will allow our plumber pinpoint the leak by following the sound to its loudest point. And the best news for you is that these units are designed to function through your concrete foundation. In cases where sound detection is not conclusive, our plumbers can isolate specific plumbing lines for pressure testing. This process will determine which line is leaking and must be repaired or replaced.

How Are Slab Leaks Repaired?

The location of the leak will often determine the best solution for repair. In cases where the leak is near the edge of the concrete slab, our plumbers can often dig under the concrete to access and repair the leak. When the pipe is not reachable from the edge of the foundation, another option is to abandon the leaking pipe and reroute a pipe through the walls, floor, or even attic of your home. In most cases, this causes minimal damage and will restore water to your entire home while eliminating the leak. 

When both of those options are not suitable, our plumber will cut a small hole in the concrete to expose the leak and repair it. Once the leak is fixed, and the lines are all pressure tested, the concrete is patched. While this is more invasive to your home, in some cases, it is the only option to eliminate the slab leak. 

Call us today at (818) 639-9433 to schedule an appointment with our top rated local plumbing service. Your satisfaction is guaranteed!

 

At Turbo Plumbing and Rooter, our goal is always to provide our customer with the best possible customer service experience and the best price. We will always provide you with as many options and cost estimates as possible and help you make the best selection to meet your needs. Call (818) 639-9433 at the first sign of a leak to ensure the least damage and expense possible.  

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