Our Heating and Cooling Technicians, Plumbers and Electricians are licensed, uniformed and professional. They respect your home and your property. They go as far as to put on booties before entering your home and roll out a protective carpet as well. The diagnostic or dispatch fee that we charge allows our professionals to carefully evaluate your problem and/or inspect your systems so they can provide you with a flat rate price to do the work you’ve requested. Once you approve that price and all that it includes, Cranney Companies will complete the requested work for you.
Unfortunately, the pipes in your home or business are not meant to last forever. Corrosion, damage, tree roots and other factors can all lead to the breakdown of your pipes and the need for pipe repair service or replacement. This is not a job for amateurs and needs to be addressed by a licensed, bonded and insured plumber.
Sewer Main Replacement: The sewer main that runs from your home to the city or county sewer system is one of the most important pieces of plumbing. It removes all of the dirty and unsanitary water from your home and helps keep your home or business running smoothly. If your sewer main is damaged, leaking, broken or having problems we can help return it to working order.
Repipe: In older homes, replacing the pipes may be the best solution. You may have pipes that have deteriorated, pipes that are too small for the current use or pipes that have materials no longer recommended for home use.
Water Line Pipe Repair: The water line in your home makes comfortable living possible. A loss of water pressure or visible signs of leaks need to be addressed quickly. Water main lines need to be replaced if they are of an unapproved material, have extensive damage or are too small for your home.
Pipe Lining: Pipe-lining is a revolutionary method available to reline your pipes without having to remove them from your home. We use methods such as epoxy lining and resin liners to repair leaks, cracks, gaps, and damage while not needed to excavate and damage the structure of your home.
Pipe Bursting: The forced replacement of an old, damaged pipeline with high-density polyethylene (HDPE) of the same or larger diameter which destroys the original and installs a new pipe simultaneously.
Do not ignore deteriorating or damaged pipe. Call today to learn how our pipe specialists can help.