Slab Leak Detection & Repair in Concord, CA
Undetected leaks could be draining your wallet faster than bank ATM fees. If you haven't had your home checked for leaks in the past few years, your water bill might be twice or three times as much as it should be. Not only that, if the leak happens to be in your wall or beneath the floorboards, I could be causing structural damage to your house, which can be extremely expensive to fix.
Our Concord leak detection specialists are expertly trained to locate hidden leaks in your home. We can detect and repair:
- Toilet reservoir leaks
- Water leaks in your walls
- Leaks between levels of the home
- Slab leaks
- Lateral drain line leaks
- Irrigation system leaks
- Pool recirculation and filter system leaks
- Leaking dishwasher and washing machines
- And more
We Are Concord's Slab Leak Repair and Slab Leak Detection Specialists
When it comes to slab leaks - those leaks under your concrete floors -we rely on electronic leak detection equipment. We use a sonar device to send signals into the ground where the pipes run and listen for the return tones. There is a specific tone that resonates when there is water present.
This electronic slab leak detection process allows us to pinpoint the source of a leak so we don't have to create exploratory holes in your floor. By using electronic water leak detection in your floor, we can find the leaks faster and get to work on your slab leak repair faster, while also minimizing damage to your floor and foundation.
We Can Quickly Diagnose a Leaky Toilet
These aren't the only places that leaks can hide, but they are the first places we'll check. We start with the places that could be costing you the most cash. The top spot is inside the home - the toilets. A single leaking toilet, draining at an average of ½ gallon per minute, can waste over 20,000 gallons of water a month, and you might not even notice it. We will test all of your toilets with an environmentally friendly dye by placing a few drops in the reservoir. After five minutes w will inspect the bowl for any signs of the dye. If it is present, you have a leak.