If you have noticed that there is a possible slab leak in your home, rerouting could be the best option for you. At USA Rooter & Plumbing, we will use our high tech video inspection to determine whether you have a slab leak or not and will let you know what the process will look like to have the slab leak fixed.
How Do I Know If I Need A Reroute?
Chances are, if you have detected a slab leak, that you will need a reroute. Some signs that you have a slab leak are:
- Sounds of running water when you know you don’t have anything running.
- A hot spot on an area of the floor.
- Deteriorating structure.
- Mildew or moisture that is central to one location on the floor.
Why Choose Rerouting?
Some people choose to just repair the leak, but this is often just a short term solution to a bigger problem where a reroute would be the better solution. At USA Rooter & Plumbing, we will discuss all of your options with you so that you will be the one making the decision. The reason rerouting is a good way to go is because it is a long term solution. Rather than repairing a problem, we will be eliminating the problem all together.
How Is It Done?
An overhead reroute is a typical process, but we can discuss with you what some of the other options are. We will first take our video inspection down to check it out. After confirming that there is a slab leak, we will talk to you about your options. When you choose to have a reroute done, we will talk about further options, including the overhead possibility. Many times this entire process will only take one day to complete so that you don’t have to deal with the mess for too long. Contact us today so that we can get the reroute started.