Slab Leaks

You should worry about a slab leak for many reasons, but primarily the damage it can cause to your home. The problem is, many slab leaks go unnoticed due to their nature. If you listen carefully, you might be able to hear water splashing or running. Leaks will always make themselves known, but often slab leaks are not noticed until the home’s damage discloses them. If you believe you have a leak in your home’s foundation, give one of our repipe specialists a call today.

How to Fix Foundation Slab Leaks

Cracks in baseboards and walls, an increase in water bill, moisture underneath your carpet, and low water pressure are signs of a possible foundation slab leak. Checking your water meter is a good way to check for a leak. Ensure there is no water running in your house and then check your water meter periodically for changes. Many people will repair the piping and hope the issue does not continue or they decide to finally repipe. Repiping with certain systems is absolutely inevitable. It is important not to put it off to avoid catastrophic damages to your home. Generally, if you have had to repair the slab in your home 2 or more times, it is definitely time to repipe your entire system or at least re-route the line causing the leak.

Contact a Repiping Specialist

If you have issues regarding leaks in your home like foundation slab leaks or burst pipes. AMA Repiping replaces old, corroded pipes with a new, effective system.

We generally do business assisting property managers, multi-house projects, home owners associations and apartment complexes with their repiping needs. Our repiping specialists take pride in helping you increase your property value and quality of living.

If you think your home may need a copper or PEX repipe, email us at or give us a call today at 866-262-1815.