Book Online Any Of The Following Water Leak Issues:
Running Or Dripping Water From The Ceiling
Yellow Water Stains On Ceiling
Bubbling And/Or Peeling Paint On Ceiling
Mildew And/Or Mold On Ceiling
Running Water At The Bottom Of The Wall
Yellow Water Stains On Wall
Bubbling And/Or Peeling Paint On Wall
Mildew And/Or Mold On Wall
Cracks Along The Walk And/Or Ceiling
Running Water From Slab Floor Or Flooring
Pool Of Water On The Property Floor
Sound Of Running Water Without In Use
Low Cold Or Hot Water Pressure In One Of The Fixtures
Low Water Pressure In Whole House Fixtures
No Running Water In Whole House Fixtures
Pool Of Running Water On The Garden Yard
Big Difference In Water Bill Payment
WATER LEAK DETECTION
There is no easier way to complicate the havoc created by a leaky pipe than to have to cut into cement and floors to find out where the leak is coming from and determine a fix. Often, the location where the water is surfacing is not the same location as the leak. In fact, most often the water will travel some distance before it surfaces.
To minimize further damage to your home or business, our Palm Beach County plumbing experts at Shalom Plumbing utilize state-of-the-art electronic leak detection equipment that will put us within inches of the leak source. This saves time and money, allowing the plumber to immediately get to and solve the problem. If you have a leak or if you believe a leak may exist due to a suddenly higher water bill, call today and we can assist you.
SIGNS OF A SLAB LEAK
One of the most disheartening things about slab leak detection for homeowners is that they don’t have regular visual access to their underground plumbing, and thus rarely know if a leak has started until it turns into a huge problem. Not to worry though: there are signs you can watch out for that indicate a slab leak is present. As soon as you suspect a problem, be sure to contact our professionals for expert slab leak detection. Signs of a slab leak include:
Increasing water bills with no unusual water use.
The sound of running water without any taps on.
Yellowish water stains on ceiling or drywall.
Bubbling or peeling paint.
You feel a "hot spot" on your flooring as you walk across it.
You’ve noticed cracks along your walls or ceiling that indicate the foundation of your home may have shifted.
There is mildew, mold, or pools of water on or under your carpeting.
Your water pressure suddenly drops.
Water meter runs even when water is turned off.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SUSPECT A WATER LEAK
It's important to understand that there is a simple test you can perform before calling in the professionals.
Make sure all plumbing appliances are switched off. Don't forget lawn and garden irrigation, toilets, washer dryers, dishwashers, faucets, icemakers, and backwash filters. Also, make sure your pool isn't set to autofill.
Identify your water meter and remove its lid.
If your meter is moving or spinning, you most likely have a leak.