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Leaks can cause a range of problems, from high water bills to mold growth. Whether you have a pipe leaking under the kitchen sink, in the bathroom, or under the slab, the professional, trained technicians at Mr. McGee Plumbing can find and fix it. We provide leak detection and repair in Yukon, Canadian County, and the Oklahoma City Metro area for plumbing leaks and slab leaks.
Call for Same Day Leak Detection
At Mr. McGee Plumbing, we are here when you need us for accurate leak detection and repair in Yukon. Since plumbing leaks are always urgent, we have same-day service and 24/7 emergency repair services available.
If you suspect a leak, get in touch with us at (405) 267-4776 for same-day service.
Prevent Costly Water Damage with Professional Leak Detection
Undetected leaks can lead to significant water damage and costly repairs. At Mr. McGee Plumbing, our expert team specializes in professional leak detection services to help homeowners in Yukon and the surrounding areas prevent water damage and save money in the long run.
Benefits of professional leak detection include:
- Early detection of hidden leaks
- Prevention of structural damage
- Reduced risk of mold and mildew growth
- Lower water bills
- Preservation of property value
Our highly trained technicians use advanced equipment and techniques to locate leaks in pipes, plumbing fixtures, and even slab leaks. Whether you suspect a leak or want to proactively check for any potential issues, our 24-hour service ensures that we can provide same-day leak detection to address any concerns promptly.
Contact Mr. McGee Plumbing today to schedule professional leak detection and protect your home from water damage.
A leak in your plumbing system can cause significant property damage, mold and mildew growth, and a leak that isn’t found quickly increases the damage. Whether the leak is under the sink, behind a wall, under the floor, or under the slab, prompt leak detection and repair is important for limiting the damage to your property.
Watch for signs of a leak, such as:
- Soft, spongy, or wet spots on the floor
- Hearing water running when everything is turned off
- A sudden increase in water bills
- Cracks in the floor or wall
- Mold or mildew growth
- Unexplained musty odors
Locating the exact spot where a pipe is leaking can be tricky since most of your plumbing system is hidden from view. Trained and experienced plumbing technicians use the right equipment, tools, and proven methods for accurate Yukon leak detection and repair. Once the leak is found, your technician will work quickly to stop the leak and prevent further property damage.
What are the signs of a water leak?
Some signs of a water leak include high water bills, damp spots on walls or floors, mold or mildew growth, and the sound of running water when no fixtures are in use.
How can I detect a water leak in my home?
You can detect a water leak in your home by checking your water meter for any unusual activity, inspecting your walls and floors for damp spots, and listening for the sound of running water when no fixtures are in use.
Can a water leak cause mold growth?
Yes, a water leak can cause mold growth. Moisture from a leak provides the perfect environment for mold to thrive, which can lead to health issues and property damage.
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Leaks can spring up anywhere in your plumbing system, including under the slab. This type of leak occurs when a pipe in the slab springs a leak. Slab leaks can cause significant damage to your flooring and the foundation of your home, especially if they are not found for a while. Unfortunately, these leaks are often missed because the pipes are hidden in the slab and are often found after serious damage has occurred.
Being aware of the signs of a slab leak is important for mitigating property damage. If you notice low water pressure, higher than normal water bills, hot spots on your floor, or wet areas of flooring, you may have a slab leak. You can watch your water meter after making sure all water in the house is turned off. If the meter moves when nothing is turned on, there is a leak somewhere.
Repairing slab leaks is especially challenging because the pipes are encased in concrete. The repair process is complicated and requires experienced professionals with the right equipment and expertise to get the leak fixed and prevent additional damage to your home.