Norco in California benefits from year round warm weather and just 12 inches of average annual rainfall. Did you know, however, that despite the areas preferable climate, several properties every year fall victim to serious structural water damage, damp, and associated mold outbreaks?
While damp and water damage to properties is most commonly associated with flooding and adverse weather, the truth is that serious water damage can also be caused to properties from the inside out.
We’re talking, of course, about slab leaks more specifically, leaks which start in pipes embedded into property foundations and gradually saturate foundation slabs themselves. When water continuously enters a concrete property foundation, after all, trapped moisture can subsequently lead to everything from internal damp and mold, to cracks and serious weaknesses in foundation slabs themselves.
While a slab leak can cause a variety of serious structural problems, the good news is that if caught early, all such problems can be completely avoided. This being the case, if you have noticed standing water, recurring damp, or even simply increased water consumption which you can’t account for, make sure to reach out to us today in order to schedule an onsite slab leak inspection.
Armed with state-of-the-art electronic detection equipment, we can detect even minor pipe leaks in property foundation slabs, without any need to excavate any part of your property foundation. Of course, if we do discover a leak, we will likely need to carry out minor excavation work in order to fix this. The good news, however, is that even when we do have to excavate floor areas in Norco properties, we always do so in a way which causes minimal overall disruption to your regular home and business operations.
In winter especially, it can be a nightmare to have a home or commercial hot water system start failing. Thankfully, we know how essential having on-demand hot water is for both residential and commercial property owners in Norco. This is why we operate a 24/7 emergency call out service and in most cases, we will be able to restore your water heater to full working order right away.
Did you know that the average lifespan of a conventional water heater is just 8-12 years? This is important as if your existing water heater is nearing the end of its mechanical lifetime, you would likely be better off investing in a completely new model as opposed to what will likely be regular on-going repairs.
Thankfully, if you are in need of a new water heater, we can help. This is because we stock a wide range of high-quality conventional water heaters, as well as tankless water heating systems which can help you save thousands of dollars in regard to your long-term heating costs. All you need to do is make sure to reach out to us directly for more information.