Water Line Repair & Installation

If you notice that a new puddle has appeared in your front yard and it doesn’t seem to be going away, you might leak in your main water supply line. The most common cause of broken or leaking water lines is the age of the pipes. Water line repair should be considered immediately.

Water Line Repair Service

Depending on the age of your home or commercial property, you may have galvanized steel, copper, polyvinyl chloride, chlorinated polyvinyl chloride cross-linked polyethylene, or PEX, plumbing pipes. All these types of pipes are susceptible to damage from tree roots and other foreign objects that are common around the area where pipes tend to be.

Same-day Service Water Line Repair & Installation

Water Line Repair & Installation - Plumbing Technician Fixing The Water Line Of the Water Sink

If you’re experiencing issues with your water line, such as a pipe leak, low water pressure, or a broken main water line, it’s important to call in a professional like Roto-Rooter for water line repair services. Roto-Rooter’s expert technicians are equipped with the tools to repair and fix any issues with your water lines, ensuring that your home has a steady supply of clean water.

A water line leak repair is not something that should be taken lightly. Leaking pipes can cause severe structural, costly water damage restoration projects and both high water and electrical bills. Roto-Rooter CA plumbers can quickly identify the damaged water line section and use non-invasive methods for pipe repair.

Water Line Installation

If you need a fresh main water line installed in your home or business, Roto-Rooter CA is the company to call. Our experienced technicians have the knowledge and skills to install a variety of water lines, including those made from galvanized steel or other materials.

When installing a new water line, it’s important to ensure that a shut-off valve is in place so that the water supply can be easily turned off if necessary. In some cases, installation or line repair may involve cutting into existing water pipes, which can be a complicated and delicate process. That’s why it’s crucial to rely on a professional like Roto-Rooter CA for all of your water line installation.

Water Line Replacement

When a water line is beyond repair, it must be replaced, and that’s where Roto-Rooter comes in. For years, we’ve been providing top-quality replacement services. We’re equipped to handle and replace a variety of water lines, including those made from galvanized steel or other materials, and ensure that a shut-off valve is in place for easy water supply control.

When a water line has sustained too much damage to repair, it will need to be replaced. The experts at Roto-Rooter have provided quality replacement services for residential and commercial customers for decades, making us the most trusted plumbing repair service in America. Our sophisticated diagnostic tests, years of experience, and 24-hour emergency service make us the best option to handle your broken water line.

What are the signs of a broken water line?

  • Low or no water pressure
  • Whistling/banging noises from the pipes
  • Water pooling in various areas of your building or landscape

Broken water lines left unrepaired can lead to extensive flooding and costly water damage repairs. If you suspect a leak, do not hesitate to call Roto-Rooter as soon as possible. Roto-Rooter will send out a team of plumbing experts to diagnose your problem and provide you with multiple solutions. Roto-Rooter also specializes in Water Damage Restoration and will restore your home to its natural dry state. Roto-Rooter Water Damage Restoration Professionals are skilled in working with you and you’re your insurance company to minimize your costs.

What can a Leaking pipe cause?

Ignoring a water line leak can result in significant damage to your property and could even lead to a burst pipe, which can be costly to repair. If you suspect that you have a leaking water line, it’s important to take action immediately. Contact a professional plumber to assess the situation and perform any necessary water line repair.