High Water Bill? SLAB LEAK? Wet Spots in the House or Yard? Mystery Leak Other Plumbers Can't Find?
WE ARE WATER LEAK LOCATION AND REPAIR SPECIALISTS
When you've got a potable water leak, such as a slab leak, a wall leak, a ceiling leak or a yard leak, you want it found and fixed, fast. Regular plumbers will start busting holes in your walls and floors on an exploratory mission and then still not even find the leak. You need SPECIALISTS like us on the job. The Plumbinator is your one-stop-shop to find AND fix the leak, without tearing up your house or yard. We have nine different pieces of expensive, specialized leak location equipment that regular plumbers don't have. These enable us to see, hear and smell through the walls and floors to pinpoint the source of the leak quickly and accurately, so we can perform minimally invasive "keyhole surgery". Our estimates are also often lower than other plumbers because we have the knowledge to be able to re-route your pipes around the leak, rather than tearing out all the old pipe.
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Step 1: Make an appointment for us to bring our high-tech equipment out to pinpoint the source of the leak by filling in the Leak Location Request Form or by calling 512-786-1771. Water leak location costs $400 for the first 90 minutes and $150 per hour after that. We find 95% of leaks within the first 90 mins.
Step 2: Our plumber will show you the exact location of the leak, discuss your options for repair or reroute of the pipes, and write you an estimate to fix the leak. The estimate will be a "per job" price, not an hourly rate. It is separate from the leak location hourly fee above.
Step 3: If you accept the price on the estimate, the leak can usually be rerouted through the walls and/or attic with new pipe so we can get you back to normal on that same day. We don't normally bust up slabs, we kill the old pipe and leave it dead in the slab.
Leak Location Request Form
General Plumbing, Water and Sewer Leak Location and Water Heaters in Round Rock, Pflugerville, Georgetown, and Austin
* Do you smell raw sewage in your house or yard? You may have a sewage leak instead.