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Slab Leak Detection & Repair

Sacramento Plumbing Solutions is Northern California’s preferred slab leak detection and repair company. Over the last decade, our certified plumbers have been providing slab leak repair and leak inspection services for residents and business owners all throughout Sacramento. If you have noticed an increase in your water bill, lower water pressure, or have sudden foundation damage, you could have a water leak.

Call us today at (916) 275-4716 to schedule a service.

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Slab Leak Detection & Repair Service

As part of our leak detection process, we include the following in all service areas:

Inspect your plumbing

Test water main pipes

Diagnose running water

Mold testing

Do you need leak detection or a slab leak repair? If so, we do a little more than install new plumbing for air conditioning units. We are a family-owned/operated business with the services necessary to assess and repair your slab quickly.

Call today for your free quote or to request more information about our comprehensive slab repair services.

We Can Detect and Repair Water Leaks in Concrete Slabs

A plumbing leak under your slab is difficult to see without digging. At Sacramento Plumbing Solutions our technicians are trained to spot symptoms and have professional tracing equipment that allows us to detect leaks efficiently. Our non-invasive listening devices and infrared thermometers help us locate hot spots and identify leaks in your slab leak without excavating.

If you do have a leak, we can fix it. Some of the slab leak repair techniques we use are below:

  • Pipe-lining (no pressure lines only)
  • Pass through
  • Rerouting
  • Tunneling
  • Jack hammering (requires new flooring)

When you need leak detection or slab repairs, call Sacramento Plumbing Solutions to schedule your free consultation.

A Leaking Foundation Can Destroy Your Home

Foundation leaks can ruin your home faster than you might think. Within the first 24 hours of a flood, you could experience mold growth, mildew growth, damaged walls, and other serious foundation damage.

We offer multi-point leak detection services that help prevent irreversible damage to your concrete floors, yard, foundation, and home.

Call us to schedule your free quote.

Common Signs You Might Have a Slab Leaks

Do you think you might have a slab leak? If so, we have the right leak detection services for you.

The most common signs of having a slab leak are below:


  • The water meter never stops
  • Fluctuating water heater pressure
  • Your drain line is backed up
  • Heaving concrete
  • Foundation cracks
  • Damp carpets

How We Repair Slab Leaks

Some slab leaks can be fixed with a simple pipe replacement and trenchless digging, while others may require tunneling, jackhammering, or rerouting to overcome the source of your problem.

We affordably repair slabs and provide plumbing services all throughout Sacramento.

Sacramento Slab Leak Detection Experts

We lead the local industry in non-invasive and accurate leak detection. The plumbers at Sacramento Plumbing Solutions have over 40 years of combined experience and comprehensively train for leak detection. We use proven tools to detect even the most stubborn leak.

We leverage non-invasive technology, have innovative leak detection methods plus we are open 24-hours a day 6 days a week.

Slab Leak Detection & Repair FAQs

How do you detect a slab leak?

The best way to detect a slab leak is to look for the common warning signs of water damage. Some effects of water damage include movement in the foundation, pooling water, low H2O pressure, increased water bill, or mold/mildew. If you think you have a water leak, or can see a hot spot, schedule a service call with Sacramento Plumbing Solutions.

How much does it cost to repair a slab leak?

The average American homeowner spends between $3,500-6,500 to repair slab foundation. Prices for repairing severely cracked or sloping slabs can exceed $10,000. Concrete slab foundations for your home are considerably smaller than commercial structures, so they tend to cost less to fix.