Water Line Repair
Water Line Repair Services in Orem, UT
The main water line is the service line connecting your property to the municipal system. It serves by supplying your home with fresh water. Because of how important this line is, they are designed and constructed to stand up to the test of time. However, they’re not invincible. Over time, there are many causes of damage that can break your water main, causing your yard to flood and cut off your supply of fresh water. At Parley’s PPM Plumbing, we’ve identified the reasons water lines break and how to repair and replacement to keep you and your property safe and supplied with fresh water.
Why Do Water Lines Break?
Time is the biggest detriment to water lines. Over time, the metal construction wears down and requires replacements. When your pipes are underground, they are susceptible to corrosion. There are many types of soil and conditions that can corrode metal pipes, weakening the lines at certain parts and causing leaks. These leaks can then turn into breaks.
Freezing is another large cause of broken water mains. The fluctuating weather can cause rapid freezing and thawing of the water in your main water line. This then leads to cracks in the metal, which cause leaks and breaks. Additionally, pool soil conditions can affect your pipes. This includes movement, pressure, and large plant roots invading your pipes’ space over time. We’ve become adept at finding the cause of your broken water line and will adapt our plan to repair and replace yours. If you notice your fresh water supply has stopped, your water pressure lessened, or your yard flooding, you may have a main water line break. It’s important to call us as soon as you notice an issue, so we can repair or replace it before symptoms become worse.
Lifespan of Water Lines
Main water lines are built to withstand between 40 and 80 years of use. Tree roots, pipe material, construction quality, and ground movement will determine your line’s lifespan. Since the pipes are underground, it’s difficult to determine their status without hiring a professional. Two easy signs that you can tell your main line needs attention is visible flooding on your yard or property and an unusually high water bill. If you’ve noticed your bill is higher, but you haven’t altered your water usage or habits, chances are, the water is leaking underground.
Hire the Experts Today
When it comes to your property, your main water line is an integral part of your well-being. The team at Parley’s PPM Plumbing has years of experience helping residential and commercial properties install, repair, and replace main water lines. We employ state-of-the-art technology and techniques to minimize damage to your yard while we work. We use trenchless digging to replace main water lines without digging large holes. Our teams work diligently and efficiently to minimize the time we’re on your property, allowing you to get back to enjoying uninterrupted water supply. Call us today at the first sign of an issue, and we’ll provide you with a free quote.