Water Line Repair

A Water Line is Spewing Water in a Dug Up Pit

Prompt Repairs Will Help You Avoid Expensive Water Loss and Accelerated Pipe Damage.

Degradation in your main water line has ramifications for your entire plumbing system. That’s why timely repairs and (eventual) main water line replacement is essential. At Plumbers 4 Real, we offer affordable, professional services for addressing damage to your main line.

Are you currently dealing with a leak in your property? Give our friendly team a call at 404-475-3009 to start finding your relief! When you need help with Marietta, GA water line repair or replacement, you can trust our seasoned experts for lasting results.

Do You Have a Leak?

This may sound like an obvious question, but confirming the presence leak can be a challenge for many homeowners. Your first clue could be an elevated water bill, or there could be water spilling out of the ground! Unless you’ve seen water actively pouring out somewhere, the first step is to identify where the leak is coming from.

This can be accomplished by turning off the main shutoff valve. If the meter continues to spin, there’s definitely a leak somewhere between the meter and the shutoff valve. You’ll need to talk with your plumber about finding the exact location of the leak and starting on main water line repair.

By the way, if the meter stopped spinning after shutting off the main valve, you can test your hot water line at near the water heater to see if the problem lies there. Simply turn off the hot water valve and see if the leak stops. If it does, the leak is in the hot water side of your plumbing. If the leak persists, it’s likely somewhere in the cold water side.

Our Water Line Repair Solutions

Installing a New Pipe Around a Slab

You May Not Have to Dig Up Your Entire Yard for a New Water Line, Thanks to Trenchless Methods.

Once the leak has been isolated to the main water line, you’ll have several options for contending with the damage. However, you’ll still need to get an exact location of the degradation with a camera inspection. Otherwise, the yard will have to be dug up until the leak is found.

Once the extent of the damage has been determined, it should be a fairly simple matter for your personal plumbing expert to provide cost-effective options for your particular case. From there, you can determine which type of repair works best for your family. Keep in mind, you’ll need to consider any secondary expenses (such as yard restoration) that may affect the total cost of the project.

Leak Detection

Before any repairs can be completed, you first need to locate the damage. When it comes to buried water lines, that may be a little challenging. However, our plumbers are equipped with the latest tools and tactics for discovering leaks! If you suspect a leak in your home, but you haven't been able to locate it, talk with our team about affordable leak detection options.

It may be that you need copper water line repair somewhere beneath the house, or the problem may lie with a leaking pipe somewhere inside your home. Either way, we’ll quickly locate the affected area and help you by repairing the damage. Just remember: the sooner our plumbers can get started on repairs, the faster we can work to minimize the water degradation.

Digging Down

One of the most common ways that water lines is simply digging up the affected area. That may sound a bit old-fashioned, but it’s very cost-effective for many homeowners. It all depends on the extent of the damaged piping. If the camera inspection shows the degraded portion is relatively small and easy to access, a targeted dig and repair could be the easiest way to fix it.

Keep in mind, significant damage in multiple parts of the line could make replacement more practical. You’ll want to talk with your personal plumbing expert about assessing the damage and determining which path is right for your home. Be sure to mark any utility lines ahead of time to avoid any potential disaster!

Pipe Lining

For more extensive degradation in your piping, it may be worth inserting a new pipe lining. This trenchless method of repair is the same many plumbers recommend for damaged sewer lines. A special, multi-layered lining is prepared on site, where it is inserted into the water line and deposited in the damaged pipe section. The lining is then inflated, where it functions like a brand-new section of your water pipe.

For homeowners that are heavily invested in the appearance of their yard, this could be a more appealing way of fixing water line degradation. It leaves little to no scarring in your yard, and the work can be completed relatively quickly. If you have any questions about this form of main water line repair, feel free to talk with one of our informative plumbers at Plumbers 4 Real!

Water Line Replacement

Concrete Unearthed for Main Line Repair

Is Your Commercial Water Line Suffering From a Leak? Call Our Pros Today!

Sometimes, due to age or extensive damage, repairs just aren’t practical. This is especially true for water lines that have caved in or have multiple sections of degradation. Homeowners have a couple of different options for addressing the problem, depending on the circumstances.

The traditional method of trenching the entire length of the water line is the most affordable option for many. However, the extensive yard restoration, the time-consuming permit process, and the potential sidewalk and street damage may add significant costs to the project. Some homeowners opt for trenchless methods instead, which require far less digging. One potential options is pipe bursting, which utilizes the existing pathway and eliminates much of the additional expenses. Talk with one of our helpful plumbers to see which method may work best for your project!

Schedule Your Water Line Repair Today!

Take the guesswork and stressful waiting out of your Marietta, GA water line repairs! Give our team a call today at 404-475-3009 and find professional relief for your leak problem. You’ll soon see why so many homeowners and businesses rely on our team for their most pressing plumbing needs!