Leak Detection in Washington, D.C.
Leak Repair in Fairfax, Alexandria & Silver Spring
The foundation of your property is critical to its stability and its longevity. If your property's foundation is damaged, you may face an expensive repair. At Emerald Plumbing we offer slab leak detection and repair in Washington, D.C. and the surrounding areas. We can help you identify the source of your leak and provide you with an affordable solution.
Contact the Professionals at Emerald Plumbing Company for Your Leak Detection Services
Slab leaks occur when water penetrates the slab, the part of your property's foundation that rests on the ground. The water can seep into the concrete and cause damage to the structure of your property. Slab leaks are common in older homes, especially if the foundation has been weakened by shifting soil, tree roots, or other factors.
A slab leak may cause your water bill to increase, or it may not be noticeable until the leak has caused significant damage to your property. If you notice cracks in your walls or floor, water stains, or other signs of water damage, it is important to schedule an inspection to determine the source of the leak and repair the problem as soon as possible.
Schedule Your Service Today!
If you have an older property, it is important to schedule regular inspections to check for signs of a slab leak. Our plumbers will thoroughly inspect your foundation to determine if there is a leak, and we will provide you with options for repairing the problem.
Call us at (240) 345-9920 or contact us online to schedule an appointment for slab leak detection and repair.
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