Keller Slab Leak Detection
One of the most costly plumbing emergencies in Keller is a slab leak. The term slab leak comes from having a plumbing leak underneath your slab foundation. Sometimes this can be an obvious problem, and other times, can go on for years before exposing itself. Some of the signs of a slab leak include:
- Cracks in your floor covering, walls, or slab.
- Water coming out from under your walls inside or outside your home.
- Hot spots on your floor.
- Water meter running even when no water is turned on.
- You can hear water running even if all water is turned off.
Don’t let an Keller slab leak wreck your home, water running underneath your home, can cause thousands of dollars worth of damage, to your foundation, cabinets, flooring, and everything else in your home. The sooner you get it located and repaired, the less damage will be caused.
Keller Gas Leak Detection
Gas leaks are a potential life and death situation, and should be taken very seriously. If you smell gas in or around your home, you should immediately get out of the house and call 911. Your next call should be to a gas leak detection service in Keller like Schrader Plumbing. We will send out a friendly technician to test for gas leaks, and if necessary, pull a city permit, perform the gas leak detection, and repair the problem.
Don’t take a chance with dangerous gas leaks, call Schrader Plumbing today for your Keller Gas Leak Detection.
Keller Water Leak Detection
Water leaks, whether in your yard, or in your home, can cause a lot of damage quickly. The first thing you should do if you notice you have a water leak, is shut off the main water supply, which is usually found in the front yard in a meter box. If you are not able to shut it off yourself, call the City of Keller, and request an emergency water shut off service. Then call Schrader Plumbing, and one of our techs will get out right away to perform an Keller water leak detection service get your water service repaired and turned back on.
Keller Sewer Leak Detection
Sewer lines can leak for years before being noticed. Since there is generally little pressure inside of them, they are not as obvious as a water line leak. Generally, roots will penetrate a sewer line that is compromised, and then paper or other materials inside the line will get caught in the roots and cause a blockage, which will then overflow into your tub or toilet.
If you suspect sewage escaping your sewer lines, call Schrader Plumbing right away, to schedule your Keller Sewer leak detection service. Sewage can pose a health risk, if left untreated. Our techs have top of the line sewer cameras to see what is causing the problem, and sewer snakes to unstop the line. If a repair is necessary, we are able to schedule and take care of it right away.