Water Line Repair & Installation

As water lines age, they can become more vulnerable to the effects of freezing and thawing, ground movement, water pressure, mineral buildup, and even tree root intrusion. If a water line is damaged, it can cause discolored water or reduced water pressure. While these may not be alarming signs, they could quickly lead to the need for an emergency water line replacement.

If you need water line installation, replacement or repair, you can count on our experienced team. We have over three decades of experience in the industry, so we certainly know a thing or two about water lines. We also stay up to date on the latest technologies and industry standards. Our friendly professionals are happy to take on your plumbing system and get water flowing back into your home as usual.

 

Give us a call today to schedule an appointment.

Don’t Ignore Low Water Pressure

A sudden drop in the water pressure from your faucets can be quite an inconvenience, especially in your shower or while you are washing dishes. The water supply is pressurized to enable water to flow through your faucets and showerheads with ease. So if there is a leak in your pipes, some of the water won’t make it to your faucet, leading to less–than–satisfactory water pressure.

Don’t take this issue lightly. Reduced water pressure can indicate a leak behind a wall that is slowly damaging the structure of your home. Waiting too long for water pipe repair can result in costly renovations. This could also indicate a buildup of minerals in the pipes, another issue that deserves attention as soon as possible from a trained plumber.

Other Signs You May Need Water Line Repair or Replacement

Water line issues may not always be obvious. Call our professionals for water leak detection, and keep an eye out for these signs and others that indicate the need for water line repair and replacement.

  • Damage to walls: The paint on your walls may begin to blister, or you might notice peeling or dark spots on the wall if there is a water pipe leak.

  • Wet spots in the yard: If you notice that one area of the grass seems greener or healthier than the rest, it’s probably not a good sign. Leaks underneath your property are a serious issue that may indicate a need for replacement.

  • Musty odors: When you cannot see a leak, you may be able to smell it. Take these odors seriously as leaks may not always be visible.

  • High utilities: Unusually high utility bills may mean that water is leaking out of your plumbing pipes.

Created by: All About Plumbing

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