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.
Your water line is one of the most important components of your entire plumbing system. It carries all of the water into your home or business from the city water treatment plant. Water lines are often buried in foundations and under landscaping making them very difficult to access, inspect and service. However, there are a few warning signs to keep an eye out for that will help you determine if your water line needs to be replaced:
Addressing water line problems quickly is vital to reducing damage to your home or business. Because the water entering your home through the line is extremely pressurized, a leak or break can quickly result in flooding, water damage and structural problems. Since water lines are often obscured by walls, floors and foundations, the first thing we will do is inspect the line with our camera equipment. This equipment allows us to see into the water line and pinpoint the cause and location of the damage without disrupting or destroying your system any further.
In most cases, our water line replacement experts can quickly repair the line using a food-grade epoxy coating. This coating is powerful stuff and will seal off pin leaks, holes and gaps as well as eliminate the chance of corrosion in the future. However, in some cases, it’s not possible to use the coating, especially if your pipes are constructed of lead or Polybutylene. Both of these materials have been found to be unsafe for your water supply and will need to be removed completely. Unfortunately, the removal of hazardous pipe material will require the excavation of your property. It’s no fun, but in these situations, it’s a necessary evil.
Replacing your water line may seem like a huge job, but in the end the benefits are worth it. They include:
Water line replacement is one of the best ways to improve the overall health of your entire plumbing system. Call our plumbing professionals to learn more or schedule your water line replacement today!