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Slab leaks are a serious problem and can cause extensive water damage to your home. Slab leak detection & repair services provided by First Class Plumbing and Rooter are the best way to detect and repair slab leaks quickly while saving you hundreds of dollars in the process. Our team of experienced professionals use advanced, non-invasive leak detection methods to accurately identify and locate slab leak sources.

Our repair services are designed to provide you with a permanent solution for your slab leak problems. We use only high-quality materials that are guaranteed to last for years, ensuring that your property is safe from costly damages and future repairs.

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The answer to this question depends on the severity of the leak. A small, easily accessible leak may only take a few hours to fix. However, a large or difficult-to-access leak could take days or even weeks to repair.
There are several ways to tell if you have a slab leak. You may hear water running even when all faucets and appliances are turned off. You may notice unusually high water bills. Or, you may see cracks or wet spots on your floors or walls. If you suspect you have a slab leak, it’s important to call a professional for an inspection and repair.
There are several reasons why a slab leak may occur. Corrosion of pipes is the most common cause. Poorly installed or maintained pipes can also lead to leaks. Shifting foundations or soil erosion can damage pipes and cause leaks. And, in some cases, earthquakes can cause leaks.
The cost of repairing a slab leak depends on the size and location of the leak. Small, easily accessible leaks may only cost a few hundred dollars to fix. However, large or difficult-to-access leaks could cost thousands of dollars to repair.
If you have a slab leak, it’s important to call a professional for an inspection and repair. A qualified plumber will have the experience and knowledge to fix your leak quickly and correctly.