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Check Your Water Bills for Signs of a Leak

We want to help homeowners avoid major water leaks that could damage their properties. That’s why we recommend that you check your water bill for signs of a major leak, especially if you suspect a slab leak!

Slab leaks occur underneath the concrete foundation of a property, and they can do significant damage that costs a lot to repair. Learn one way to detect a leak here, and call a specialist for slab leak detection and repair services in North Palm Beach, FL.

Checking Your Water Bill

If your water bill seems to have spiraled out of control, you need to take action. Most likely, this means that there is a leak somewhere on your property. The toilet is a common source of leaking, so if you have a running toilet, it’s important to get it fixed. Otherwise, there could be a major leak in your pipes.

Verifying with the Water Meter

You can verify that there is a leak somewhere on your property with the help of your water meter. One way to do this is to shut off the water throughout the home and mark where the meter is currently. Then, check on it in about 30 minutes to an hour. If it has moved, it’s likely due to a leak in the pipes.

About Slab Leaks

A slab leak is a leak that occurs underneath the concrete slab of your property. This is more common in homes without basements. You may not notice major signs of a leak, but there are some things to pay attention to.

With a slab leak, you may notice the sound of water rushing from underneath the floor. Parts of the floor may even feel warmer than others. In severe cases, the walls can start to crack, which is another reason to get this fixed as soon as possible.

Admiral Plumbing Services, LLC offers water leak detection and slab leak services in North Palm Beach. Call our super friendly team for exceptional service.

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