Slab Leak Repairs
The Oklahoma Originator of Non-Destructive Slab Leak Repair
Repairing a slab leak doesn't have to be a destructive mess!
Many Oklahoma homes were built with water or sewer lines running beneath their concrete foundation. When a leak occurs below that “slab” they can be hard to detect, and repairs can be costly, intrusive, and messy!
Reddy Rooter is the OKC-Originator of NON-DESTRUCTIVE Slab Leak Repair! Don’t settle for a jackhammer on your floors or patio when your leak can be resolved professionally without destructive techniques.
What Causes Slab Leaks?
These leaks can be caused by a variety of factors, including corrosion, shifting soil, or improper installation.
If left untreated, slab leaks can cause significant damage to your property, including foundation damage, mold growth, and even electrical issues.
Slab Leak Warning Signs
The Reddy Rooter Difference
Our experienced technicians utilize state-of-the-art equipment and techniques to accurately detect and repair slab leaks, without tearing out your floors or patio.
Once we’ve identified the source of the leak, we are able to quickly use non-invasive techniques to resolve the leak and minimize any disruption to your property.
If you suspect that you may have a slab leak, call Reddy Rooter today. Our team is here to provide you with the expert slab leak repair services you need to restore your property to its original condition.
reddy's Expert Tips
The advertising sells these chemical drain cleaners as quick and easy solutions, but they are expensive and can result in expensive plumbing bills in the future. These harsh chemicals can damage drain pipes and they fail to completely clear clogs. If the plunger and/or hot water and dish soap can’t clear the clog, you need to call a plumber for drain cleaning.
Using basket strainers or catchers in your sinks and shower will prevent a lot of hair, soap residue and food waste from going down the drain and creating clogs. Trust the plumbers: regularly emptying the basket strainer is much easier than the time-consuming and unpleasant task of clearing a badly clogged drain.
If your dishwasher suddenly started flooding the kitchen or a pipe burst or a tap broke, would you know where to find your main water valve so you could quickly shut it off and minimize the flood?
The flush valve seal keeps water from flowing from the tank to the bowl of your toilet when it’s sitting idle. Test the seal by squirting a couple drops of food coloring into the toilet tank. Check on the toilet two hours later. If the color is now in the toilet bowl, you have a leak.
Even if the manufacturer set your water heater to 140 degrees, 120 degrees will deliver warm water throughout your house and save you money on your energy bills.
Is the water too slow in the shower or the spray pattern too erratic? You might need a new shower head, but first try cleaning your existing one. Get a plastic bag and fill it half-way with vinegar. Then using a rubber band attached the bag around your shower head. Leave it overnight and if all goes well, you’ll have a terrific shower in the morning.