Plumbing Re-routes

Plumbing re-routes become necessary when there’s a leak in the slab (a leak beneath the home’s foundation) that cannot be accessed for repair. The leaking line will have to be isolated from the rest of the system and a new line will be run to restore water service to toilets, faucets and other affected areas.

You will need a plumber experienced with leak detection to locate the leaking pipe and determine the best way to route the new line. Re-routed lines normally run inside walls, in between floors or anywhere they can be hidden from plain view, such as attics, basements and crawl spaces.

Most re-routes can be finished in a single afternoon, even if there’s more than one line to run. It’s a fairly simple, routine procedure that offers a permanent solution to broken or leaking water lines that can’t be easily repaired or replaced.

If you think you may have a slab leak or any other kind of leak, you should have your plumbing system inspected by professional. We’ll have an experienced plumber at your door within 24 hours to inspect and diagnose your leaking water lines and determine the best way to correct the problem.

We offer same-day service when possible, and our rates are lower than most other companies. Call today to have your leaking water lines fixed once and for all.

Call Town & Country Plumbing at (760) 744-8672 for professional plumbing re-routes and leak repair service, anywhere in the North County.