Residential Water Line Plumbing
The main water line coming into your house is one of the most important aspects of your home’s plumbing. Any corrosion in your home’s main water line is likely to contaminate your water supply, making it taste bad and potentially be unsafe. If you live in an older home, your water line pipe material may also be out of date, or contain potentially harmful metals. A professional plumber can inspect and maintain your water line, making sure it’s safe for your home and family.
Residential Water Line Repair
You may not notice a damaged water line right away, but there are several indication that your water line needs to be repaired:
- Water has an “off” smell
- Slow water pressure
- Lack of water
- Soggy patches in your yard
It’s important to take notice of these signs right away, because depending on the extent of the leak, your water line might have broken entirely! If your water line is very damaged, it may be worth it to just replace the entire line. There are several repair and replacement methods that we provide.
Residential Water Line Replacement
If your water line is very damaged, it may be worth it to just replace the entire line. Replacements are also a good option for older homes, or for homes that had an older pipe style or material originally installed. If corrosion has begun to spread, the life expectancy of your water line is significantly reduced. There are several repair and replacement methods available for worn water lines, including trench-free replacement and relining. The days of an expensive and major construction to replace a water line are behind us–trenchless water line replacement is a great way to quickly replace your line, and doesn’t require your whole yard to be dug up!
It’s worth having a professional plumbing company inspect your water line, because replacement is much easier on an intact line. A professional plumber can tell you the extent of any corrosion or damage, the cost to replace it, and an expected timeline for construction. By replacing your water line before it breaks entirely, you are saving yourself time, money, and the stress of having a huge plumbing project in your yard and home. Call us for more details, or read on for more information!