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Slab Leak Repair Options

Slab Leak Repair in San Diego

Slab leaks typically under the foundation of a home, and they should never be ignored. This can cause the foundation of your home to move, and it is very likely to damage your home beyond just the foundation, so finding the best slab leak repair options quickly is important.

Pipe Sleeving  is a method where we clean the existing leaking line and pull a sleeve into the existing host pipe for a new pipe in a pipe repair. Great for Kitchen Islands. Where no walls exist to do a reroute.

If you have noticed some of the signs of a slab leak, the next step is to bring out an expert on leak detection. Some of the indications of a possible leak in foundation include clogged drains, cracks in your walls or ceilings, moisture underneath carpeting or flooring, or increased water bills.

Our Slab Leak Repair Options

If you’ve discovered a crack in the foundation of your home, you’ll want to have it repaired as soon as possible to prevent any further damage on your home. There are numerous slab leak repair options, and our experts will help you choose the best one for your specific situation:

  • Direct repair: This method involves jack-hammering at the site of the leak, and then repairing the broken pipe directly.
  • Reroute piping: For this type of repair, we replace the damaged pipe by rerouting the pipe from under the slab to above the slab to a single line.
  • Full re-piping: This is the process of fully replacing your entire water pipe system.
  • Epoxy repairs: There are several types of epoxy repairs that can be used including a spot repair, which can be used for a single slab pipe leak, epoxy hot side system repairs, and epoxy cold side system repairs depending on your needs.

Slab Leak Repair Options with San Diego Pipelining

If you think you may have a slab leak (a leak under your foundation), remember that working fast to correct the problem will save you big in potential damage from an untreated leak. Give us a call or send an email today to learn more about how to detect a slab leak, and about your options for repair!