Is your waterline leaking?
If you've noticed a sudden increase in your water bill or puddles forming in your yard when it's not raining, you may have a leaking or broken waterline and could require waterline repair services.
Waterlines can crack or deteriorate from a variety of unavoidable environmental conditions, and most people don't realize that maintenance of the waterline, which runs from your house to the street, is the homeowner's responsibility.
Fortunately, a rapid response by waterline repair professionals can prevent thousands of dollars worth of damage to your property and hazardous backflow.
At RooterPLUS, we specialize in and frequently perform waterline repairs and replacement, so you can rest assured that your waterline will be serviced by experienced professionals.
Waterline repair: How it works
We commonly use PEX tubing, which looks something like a garden hose but it's much stronger and more reliable for waterline repair. Its flexibility and strength make it as reliable as copper but easier for plumbers to work with. PEX stands for cross-linked polyethylene and it is being used increasingly for water supply lines as a low cost alternative to copper piping.
Developed in the 1960s, PEX has been used in Europe for decades, but was only introduced to the U.S. in the 1980s. No material is freeze-proof, but PEX is freeze-resistant and can expand and contract if the water inside freezes.
So whether you suspect you have a problem with your waterline or want to run a routine inspection, we have the expertise and knowledge to get the job done in a thorough, timely and cost-effective manner. Call RooterPLUS and we’ll send a waterline repair expert to your door within 60 minutes.