How to tell if you need water services:
Knowing what is going on with your existing water service will help you to save money when it comes to water lines. A fast, professional response can make the difference in terms of price, repair versus replacement, and costly clean-ups. Each of the following may be an indicator of problems with your water lines:
Changes in water pressure.
A sharp drop in water pressure is nearly always a sign that your water line (or your water fixture) is damaged. To be sure it’s the line and not your appliance or faucet, test others in your home. If the loss of pressure is consistent throughout your home, the fault is almost certainly with the waterline.
Water collecting in pools in your yard, or standing water forming along your home’s foundation is a big indication of a serious issue. If the water is clear and pest-free, the problem is probably with the waterline. If the water smells off, or you are getting a large number of common bugs and pests like flies and mosquitos, it could be your sewer line. But don’t worry, we can fix your issue no matter the source!
Discoloration of your water
A presence of rust or corrosion in your water will almost always indicate either a water heater problem or an issue with your supply, which most likely means corrosion in the water line pipes or damage that is allowing dirt and minerals into your water.
Spikes in your water bill
Has your water bill gone up by a large amount? Even small spikes in water bills are fairly uncommon, so when the numbers are racking up fast, you need to seek professional service immediately.
Give us a call and let us assess the situation, and then give you an estimate on the repair or replacement of your water lines.