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About Our Water Line Repair & Install Services
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Our expert plumbers can quickly repair or install any type a water piping, including CPVC, PEX, PVC, rigid copper, flexible copper, galvanized steel, and cast iron. Below is an overview of the waterline services that we offer.
Cast iron predates galvanized steel and it is still found in many older homes across the country to this today. The biggest drawback of cast iron is that it will eventually rust, causing a leak and, potentially, water damage to your…
Copper piping and tubing is one of the most common types of supply plumbing that you will see in modern houses. This is the same material most likely used for your water supply main and it is also commonly used for connecting…
Copper Tubing (Flex)
Flexible copper is often used when connecting a water heater or water supply line to a water purifier, coffee maker, or refrigerator. Being flexible means that you can connect to the main using the space available to you, which…
Galvanized steel, which is basically iron pipe that has been coated with a protective layer of zinc, is not common in modern plumbing. One characteristic that galvanized piping has is that it has pipe threads on either end of…
PEX is a modern solution to water supply line piping and it is a flexible, color-coded (red for hot, blue for cold, and white for anything you want) pipe made of plastic that is easy to cut and to make joints with. Advantages to using…
Polyvinyl chloride pipes, known more commonly as PVC piping, has been one of the most popular pipe material choices for the plumbing industry over the past several decades. This is due to it being lighter, easier to work with, and…
CPVC piping is PVC’s cousin due to them both being made from the same polyvinyl chloride plastic; however, CPVC has an altercation – a free radical chlorination reaction that is designed to increase the material’s overall…
Water Line Repair
We rely on fresh water for so many things in our lives, many of which we take for granted. Fresh drinking water, bathing, washing clothes and dishes, and even irrigating our grass and plants are just a few of the ways we rely on municipal water. When a water line breaks, we jeopardize the lifestyles that…
When it comes to underground water main repairs, there are quite a few things that you want to take into consideration.
The first thing that will need to be done is locating the water supply line. There are many ways that a private supply line can be damaged, including rotting from age, tree roots, and conducting a landscaping project without identifying where the water runs.
If there is a blockage or obstruction preventing water from reaching your home, this can become quite challenging. With tree roots and stumps we may have to conduct additional work to remove them or reroute the water around any obstructions.
If you find that there are minerals, such as reddish brown stains in your drinking water, this can be a warning sign that you have an issue with your water supply pipe. This can be a warning sign that there are deterioration remnants or possibly dirt making its way into your family’s water.
One of the most common indicators of a supply line issue is a loss of water pressure. If you are experiencing a low flow rate, this could be due to the city water service having a leak or damage to your private water supply line that comes in from the city.
If you find that your water bill is increasingly more expensive, this too can be a red flag that you have a leak or that there is leakage somewhere along the city’s water supply system.
Water Line Installation
Water main leaks can be quite problematic and somewhat expensive to repair. If a water line is leaking underground a variety of problems can result, including sinkholes and property damage. There are some fairly common problems that will arise with water mains in older homes. These can include…
There are many good reasons to have a home replumbed; especially for homes constructed in the early- to mid-1900s that are using galvanized or cast iron pipes. Common reasons for why people have their homes repiped include issues with low water pressure, frequent drain clogs, rust flakes in the water, dangerous levels of lead, and suddenly higher water usage bills. When repiping, it’s best to use either CPVC, copper, or PEX piping.
There are a number of areas in the home that can be replumbed. These include water supply lines running through the attic and/or walls, supply lines that feed fixtures and appliances, and any outdoor plumbing to spigots.
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If you suspect that you have a water leak, call our team immediately and we will assist you in what to do next. Our customers appreciate that we show up to the job prepared, with the right tools and parts needed to quickly fix your problem. We use the highest-graded materials on the market to ensure that your repair is a long-lasting one. Contact us today to request an online estimate.
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