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Water Service Lines

Replacements & Installations

A main water line is an underground pipe that connects every plumbing fixture in your home to your municipality water supply (or well pump). And they don’t last forever. This can be due to time, ground conditions, tree root encroachment, excessive temperatures, digging that disturbs or damages the pipe, and even just a bad initial installation.

Signs of a major water main break are obvious…you lose all water supply. But a reduction in water pressure throughout your home can be an indicator that your water service line is damaged, clogged and/or leaking.

Our team utilizes trenchless technology to replace entire residential water service lines with minimal disturbance to yard or landscaping features. We use only the highest quality replacement materials to ensure extra-long and maintenance-free service, while providing and installing any county- or city-mandated fittings to ensure that your new water service line meets all current code standards.


Maintaining proper water pressure is critical to your home’s plumbing system. This is measured in pounds per square inch (PSI) and is controlled by a water pressure regulator valve that is usually located in your home’s basement or utility area.

High Pressure

Water pressure that is too high can damage the internal components of your home’s appliances and fixtures (including dishwashers, clothes washing machines, water heaters, toilets, and faucets). Sometimes this goes unnoticed until a faucet springs a leak in a big way, or the toilet inner parts are needing to be replaced for the second, third or fourth time.

Low Pressure

Low water pressure doesn’t just mean waiting forever to fill a bathtub, lackluster showers, and slow-filling toilet tanks, it can also cause some of your appliances to malfunction. A water pressure booster pump is a self-contained system that can be installed at the main line where water enters your home. This serves to move water properly (and up to today’s standards) throughout your plumbing network.

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Water Service Line Problems? We Can Help!

When you have a water service line malfunction, you should never have to worry about who to call in such an emergency! Our fully trained plumbers arrive fully prepared to tackle any challenge, and get your system back in working order as quickly as possible! For more information, contact us or call (770) 667-6937.

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