When water seeps up through your slab and floods your house, you are looking at an expensive repair. United Public Adjusters can help you through the mire.
Whether you have residential construction or commercial construction, the damage from a slab leak can lead to financial catastrophe. If you have gushing water coming up through your floor, you know a pipe under your slab has burst. But what are the warning signs of a slab leak?
Do you have mold or mildew forming in part of a room? Have your water bills been high? Do you see cracks in your floors or walls?
Most homeowner’s policies won’t cover slab leaks unless you have sudden and actual damage. So that warm area on your floor or compensation for high water rates is probably not covered. You’ll need to call a plumber. However, depending on what the plumber finds, you could have coverage under another portion of your homeowner’s insurance. That’s why it is essential to have an expert determine your coverage. Don’t trek this journey alone. United Public Adjusters is here to help.
United has the expertise to handle the complexity of slab leaks, including necessary investigative tools such as thermal imaging to assess the damage.
After you spent countless hours hemming and hawing over interior design, the last thing you want is a slab leak destroying your beautiful décor. In the case of your business, valuable and expensive equipment can instantly be damaged at the tough of water. Slab leaks seep into your life at unexpected – and unwelcome – times. As you scramble to regain your assets, United Public Adjusters will take a load off your plate.
Slab leak claims are very involved. They can be caused by many issues, including high water pressure, drain cleaners (used in the home or business), the pH level of the local water, or improperly installed pipes during construction. The inspection of sewer and home or building pipes is critical. This inspection can lead to early detection of issues and prevent a big hassle down the road.
Some examples of early slab leak detection are:
Electronic amplification equipment, which is listening equipment, Electromagnetic pipeline locators, which operate like radio antennas, Gas tracer systems, which can pinpoint leaks with probes, Video inspection equipment, which are miniature cameras on the end of fiber-optic cables, Distributed acoustic sensing method, which is vibration monitoring using fiber-optic cables.
While all these tools can help detect leaks early, they are also used during the investigation of slab leak claim. Because of the complexity of these claims, you need an expert to help walk you through the process. We can ensure that you get the maximum compensation from your disaster experience. You’ve suffered through enough. Let us help you.