How to Spot a Slab Leak In Your Home

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Slab leaks can be difficult to detect because of their location underneath your home. Their location also makes it important to find and repair any leaks as soon as possible.

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How to Spot a Slab Leak In Your Home :

How to Spot a Slab Leak In Your Home

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Slab leaks can be difficult to detect because of their location underneath your home. Their location also makes it important to find and repair any leaks as soon as possible. Here are four places you might see hints of a slab leak in your home.   1. Hot Spots on the Floor   A hot water leak can be easier to detect than others because of the temperature of the water. Often you will be able to feel the heat from the water through the floor.

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2. Mildew on Carpets   You may begin to notice mildew on or under your carpets. Mildew may also form along baseboards. This could be a sign of a leak or excess moisture, and should be addressed.   3. Skyrocketing Water Bills   A small crack can leak thousands of gallons of water. A sudden and inexplicable increase in your water bill could be due to a leak.

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4. The Sound of Running Water   If all the water is turned off and you can still hear running or splashing water, you may have a leak somewhere. Turn off all lines and listen carefully for clues.   If you suspect you may have a leak under the slab in your home, call for repair services right away. This type of leak can cause costly damage if left unrepaired. Visit this website to learn more about slab leak repair in San Marcos.

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