Experiencing A Slab Leak?

We are Slab Leak Experts Here for You!

We specialize in pinpointing leaks and providing fast repairs.


Prompt And Efficient Service​

We offer 24/7 emergency service and go out of our way to ensure we reach your doorstep as soon as possible.

Experienced Professionals

Our 125 years in the business means we've seen it all, ensuring you quick and reliable slab leak repairs from seasoned pros.

Transparent Pricing​

You'll know exactly what you're paying for before we start the work because we will always provide you with an upfront price.

What to Expect When We Come To Your Home For A Slab Leak Repair

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What is a slab leak?

A slab leak is a term used in the plumbing industry to describe a leak that has developed in the water lines running below a home’s concrete slab. These leaks can occur in either the cold or hot water lines, and various factors, including corrosion, soil movement, or poor construction practices, can cause them.

What are the signs of a slab leak?

A slab leak might not be obvious as they are located underneath the concrete of the home’s foundation. However, there are several symptoms that a slab leak might present:

  • UNUSUAL WATER BILL: If your water bill suddenly spikes without reason, this could indicate a slab leak.
  • UNUSUAL GAS BILL: If your gas bill suddenly spikes without reason, this could indicate a slab leak on your hot water system.
  • YOUR WATER HEATER IS ALWAYS ON: This is another sign of a hot water slab leak.
  • WET CARPET OR BUCKLING FLOORING: This one is pretty obvious and almost always accompanied by pooling water.
  • SOUND OF RUNNING WATER: If you hear the sound of running water even when all the faucets are turned off, it could mean there’s a leak under your slab.
  • DECREASED WATER PRESSURE: A drop in water pressure can indicate a leak somewhere in your water piping.
  • MOLD OR MILDEW: If you notice mold or mildew on your floors or walls, there might be a leak under the slab that causes excess moisture.
  • WARM SPOTS ON THE FLOOR: A hot spot on your floor could indicate a hot water line leak in your slab.
  • POOLING WATER: If you see water pooling around the outside of your house, especially if it’s coming up from the ground.
  • UNPLEASANT ODORS: The smell of dampness, mold, or mildew can indicate a hidden leak, including slab leaks.

Our Professional Detection Techniques

As Professional plumbers that have been in business for 125 Years, we have access to sophisticated tools and technology, which we use to locate and assess slab leaks accurately. Here are some of the common methods that we use for slab leak detection:

  • ACOUSTIC LISTENING DEVICES: These specialized tools allow plumbers to listen for the sound of water escaping from pipes under pressure. The device amplifies the sound, helping the plumber locate the source of the leak.
  • ELECTRONIC PIPE DETECTION: This is a non-invasive method we use to locate underground pipes and leaks. It’s particularly useful when the plumbing system is hidden under concrete slabs or within walls.
  • INFRARED CAMERAS: By detecting variations in heat, we can use our Fluke infrared camera to find hot spots created by hot water leaks in the slab.
  • PRESSURE TESTING: This involves isolating sections of the plumbing and pressurizing them with air or water. Our plumber can then monitor the pressure levels to identify whether and where there’s a leak.


Our proven and professional methods provide accurate and reliable results, making it possible to detect and repair slab leaks with minimal disruption and damage to the property. Always remember, if you suspect a slab leak, it’s crucial to reach out to us as soon as possible to prevent further damage to your home.

What does it cost to repair a slab leak?

The cost of repairing a slab leak can vary widely based on several factors, such as the leak’s location and the repair’s complexity. When we come to your home, and after our professional plumber assesses your specific situation, we will provide you with a written estimate of the repair cost. However, we know that many customers what to have a general idea of what a repair might cost, so we have put together some general pricing ranges from some of our previous jobs:

  • Leak Detection: Detecting the slab leak can range from $250 to $550, but it can go higher if the leak is hard to find or if more specialized equipment is needed.
  • Accessing the Leak: Once the leak is detected, our plumber will need to expose it, and this often requires them to break through the concrete slab. Depending on the job’s complexity, this can cost very widely, between $500 to $4,000.
  • Repairing the Pipe: Once our plumber has exposed the leak, they’ll then repair the pipe. The cost can vary based on the pipe material and the nature of the leak, but it typically ranges from $200 to $800.
  • Restoration Costs: After the pipe is repaired, the area will need to be restored, which can involve re-pouring concrete, repairing flooring, and potentially fixing any water damage caused by the leak. These costs can also vary greatly, from a few hundred dollars to several thousand.


In total, a slab leak repair can cost around $1,500 to $5,000 or more, depending on the job’s complexity. These are approximate costs and can vary based on your situation. Call us now to schedule your FREE estimate to repair your slab leak!

Will my homeowner's insurance cover the cost of repairing a slab leak?

Whether homeowner’s insurance covers the cost of repairing a slab leak depends largely on the policy’s specific terms. Insurance policies vary greatly, so it’s always best to check with your insurance provider for the most accurate information, and we are here to help you with that process. 

After we have determined that there is a slab leak and we provide you with the written options and prices to repair, you can call your insurance company to discuss the potential claim. We are here to partner with you to discuss with your insurance company the repair options and cost if needed.


Here are some general trends in coverage that we have seen in our 125 years of repair leaks:

  • Water Damage: Many homeowners’ insurance policies will cover water damage that is sudden and accidental, such as damage caused by a burst pipe. If a slab leak led to damage like this, the repair costs might be covered.
  • Leak Repair: The cost to repair the actual leak is often not covered. Many insurance policies consider this a home maintenance issue, which is typically the homeowner’s responsibility. However, the cost to access the leak and repair the slab – is often covered.



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Client Testimonials

"Noah G came out 9/12/23 and really did a fantastic job with our plumbing issues 👏 Very knowledgeable, professional and understanding of our issues. He went above and beyond. You can see that he has pride in his work. Thanks again for all the hard work you put in."
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Josh Brown
"I have used this company twice and I couldn't be happier. Elizabeth was very helpful and professional. I told her what i needed and gave her a time frame of when i needed the work done all via email. She went above and beyond and got the work done with no inconvenience to me at all. I will continue to use this company in the future."
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Valintino Alcarez
"Great service and really great work and speed wouldn't have expected a whole house repipe to take such a short time y'all are life savers especially Joseph being so helpful with the whole process and being informative about everything that would be done and why absolutely a great crew you guys have"
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Don't Let a Slab Leak Disrupt Your Life!

Slab leaks can cause significant damage to your home if left untreated. Don’t wait for the problem to escalate. Contact our team of trusted plumbing experts today to help restore your home’s safety and comfort.

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