Residential Plumbing Slab Leak Detection in Palm Beach


If your Palm Beach home sits on a concrete slab foundation, your water lines are likely hidden beneath it. Detecting leaks in these concealed pipes can be a challenge—unless you reach out to American Leak Detection of The Palm Beaches & Treasure Coast. Plumbing leaks can result in costly damages, and resolving the issue can be expensive if inexperienced professionals use trial-and-error methods.

If your water meter moves when you're not using water or your pump runs continuously, you probably have a leak in your potable water plumbing. The leak might be in the service line from the meter or pump to your house or within the hot or cold water lines beneath your home. Our approach to locating slab leaks involves tracing the plumbing lines, pressure testing to identify leaks, and pinpointing the location of the leak.

American Leak Detection of The Palm Beaches & Treasure Coast is a global leader in non-invasive concealed leak detection. As a franchise, we invest royalties into research and development, ensuring the use of cutting-edge technology for slab leak detection.

What you'll get when you choose us:

  • A precise cost estimate BEFORE starting the job
  • State-of-the-art equipment
  • Access to an international team, not just a local operation
  • Professionals who respect your home and leave it clean
  • Highly trained technicians with years of experience

Your home is likely your most valuable asset. Don't risk its value by hiring someone who dabbles in leak detection. With our leak detection professionals in Palm Beach, you're getting a team of specialists armed with world-class technology. Don't take chances with plumbers who guess the leak's location or push unnecessary re-piping. Accurate leak detection can prevent property damage and unnecessary expenses.


A leak beneath your slab is a homeowner's nightmare. You're wasting water and potentially weakening your home's foundation. We have advanced technology to detect hidden slab leaks. Turn to the global leader in non-invasive leak detection!

Signs you might have a slab leak include:

  • Rising Water Bills Without Increased Usage: An unexpected increase in your water bill without a corresponding uptick in water usage can be one of the first signs of a hidden issue. This could be due to various factors, such as leaks in your plumbing system, an issue with your water meter, or even a problem with the water company's billing system.
  • Hearing Water Sounds When Not Using Water: If you hear the sound of running water when there is no water being used in the house, this could indicate a leak somewhere in your plumbing system. Leaks can occur in places that are not immediately visible, such as behind walls or under floors.
  • Developing Cracks in Your Foundation: Cracks in your home's foundation can be caused by several issues, including water leaks. If a water leak is left unchecked, it can erode the soil around your home's foundation, leading to cracks and potentially serious structural issues.
  • Changes in Your Water Meter or Pump: If you notice a significant change in your water meter readings or if your water pump is running more frequently than usual, it could be a sign of a water leak. A leaking pipe or fixture can cause your water meter to register higher usage, while a faulty pump could work overtime to compensate for lost water.
  • Unexplained Water Appearance: Puddles or damp spots in your home or yard that cannot be explained by recent rain or watering can be a sign of a leak. This could be due to a broken pipe underground or a leak in your home's plumbing.
  • Mold and Mildew Growth: The presence of mildew and mold in your home can be a sign of excess moisture, which could be due to a water leak. In addition to being a health hazard, mildew and mold can also cause damage to your home's structure and belongings.

To help mitigate these issues, it's important to regularly check for signs of leaks and have any issues addressed by a professional as soon as possible. This can help prevent further damage and potentially save you money on your water bill.


You can use your water meter or pump to gauge a leak. Check your water meter and return after a while without using water. If the reading changed, you likely leak. If you have a pump, listen for continuous running when not using water, indicating a leak.

If uncertain, try the meter test.

When you call us, rest assured you're getting highly trained technicians and advanced equipment for your slab leak problem. Don't opt for those using jackhammers and sledgehammers to search for issues. Choose American Leak Detection of The Palm Beaches & Treasure Coast for Leak Detection without Destruction™.

Call (561) 948-5003 to schedule your appointment today.

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