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Slab Leak Repairs in New Port Richey

Protecting Your Home from Dangerous Leaks

Technically, there’s nothing that differentiates a slab leak from an ordinary leak. Were the leak located anywhere else in the house, you could simply turn off the water and wait for a plumber to arrive. But slab leaks pose a unique challenge because of their location. Slab leaks are buried beneath the foundation of your house or the concrete of a porch or pool area, making them very difficult to reach.

You need a professional New Port Richey plumber to handle slab leak repairs the right way, both to get the problem fixed and to help you avoid potential property damage. The experts at Continental Plumbing Services, LLC have years of experience treating slab leaks. We’ll give you a full slate of options and professional advice before repairing the problem.


Let us find and fix the slab leaks in your home! Contact us via phone or online to schedule an appointment.


    I will always call Continental for all my plumbing needs.

    - Michele F

    Outstanding workers! My wife and I had the company work for us twice.

    - Jim DeSimone

    They did 2 different projects and both jobs were fantastic!

    - Jim DeSimone

How Can I Spot a Slab Leak?

Because they are hidden from view, slab leaks can be incredibly difficult to detect. The signs of a slab leak can be subtle, but the sooner you notice them, the better.

Common warning signs of a slab leak include:

  • Cold spots or warm spots in the concrete about the leak
  • Puddles forming in odd places, especially around the foundation of your home
  • The sound of dripping or running water where none should be
  • Cracks forming in the concrete of your porch or pool area
  • Unexpected spikes in your monthly water bill
  • Outlets, especially outside outlets like your sprinkler system, suddenly showing a drop in water pressure

When you spot these signs, shut off the water to your home immediately and call us in for slab leak detection and repair.

Why Are Slab Leak Repairs So Troublesome?

Slab leaks are problematic in large part because they can go for months or even years without being detected. After all, it’s hard to monitor a pipe buried under the concrete. Unless you spot some of the symptoms, the damage to your home can be severe.

Dripping water can break apart stone if left to its own devices and without prompt treatment, a slab leak can create cracks in the very foundation of your home. That’s why it’s so important to call in a professional service like Continental Plumbing Services. We have the experience needed to deal with a slab leak before yours costs you everything.

How Are Slab Leaks Repaired?

In an ideal world, the solution to a slab leak is fairly easy: Seal off the affected pipe and run a new length of pipe around the foundation. Unfortunately, that’s not always possible. If that’s the case, our New Port Richey plumbers will pinpoint the leak then dig into the foundation to fix the problem before re-pouring the concrete.

Let Us to Protect Your Home

The more experience you can call upon to treat your leak problem, the better – that’s why Continental Plumbing Services is the best team for the job. Our slab leak repairs in New Port Richey will keep you and your home safe for years to come.


Contact us today if you suspect a slab leak. Call (727) 888-5137.


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