There are many causes of an unexplained puddle of liquid on the floor. If the water is coming up through the floor, it could be due to a slab leak. Before calling a plumber, check for plumbing leaks and see if the water is coming from visible pipes. If the water is coming from the wall or ceiling, it may be due to a leak in the slab itself.
In addition to the above reasons, water puddles could be caused by a plumbing leak, an in-floor heating system or by groundwater seeping through the foundation of the building. If you notice puddles of water on the floor after a heavy rainfall, check the wiring under the puddle to determine if it is a wiring or plumbing issue. If there are gaps in the wiring, call a professional immediately.
A damaged pipe is one of the most common causes of puddles on the floor. This leak causes the water to flow out onto the floor. Once you find out what caused it, you can repair the problem so that you can avoid further damage. Depending on the size and type of the leak, this process may take several hours or even overnight. In the meantime, make sure to avoid standing in water until the puddle disappears.