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We often take access to clean water on-demand for granted, but when your sink or tub starts spraying out dirty water or worse, no water at all, something could be very wrong with your water line.
Water lines connect your local city's water supply to your home through a series of long pipes that are underground and run from your house to the street. Water mains can be very short -- as little as 25 feet, or as long as 500 feet. Understanding the costs means taking a look at all of the parts involved in running a water line to your house.
For starters, installing a new water line depends on the distance to be covered, the cost of the piping and several other factors. Costs per foot can range from $50 to $150. You can't always control all of the factors that affect the cost of water line installation, but if your budget is tight, we can work with you to determine what could cause the cost of your water line installation to increase or decrease accordingly.
A lot of things go into making an estimate. For example, if the job is complex, using premium-grade materials (such as for commercial work), the costs are much higher. As a general rule, however, for homeowners needing basic work to have a water line installed in an adequate area by our professional team involves:
Every home and every installation is different, however, and it's important to know that we'll do our best to make our estimates as accurate as possible so that you won't be surprised by sudden charges and hidden fees.
A broken water line is considered a plumbing emergency, so we encourage you to contact us as soon as possible if you think that your water line is broken. Common signs of a broken water line include:
When you call, we'll come right to you and begin the diagnostic process to determine the issue and how to move forward. We often use specialized cameras to inspect your pipes and see what could be causing the broken or clogged water line. This process won't damage your home or property in any way and can be done within a single visit.
Leaks in your water lines are not something you'll want to ignore. Time and time again, small leaks in your water pipe have turned into major water disasters that cost thousands of dollars to homeowners who have to spend money on damage restoration as well as water line repair. In addition to repairing the leak itself, there's also the collateral damage that can be caused, like staining and warping walls or ceilings, and even creating an area that's conducive to the growth of harmful and toxic mold.
Before this happens, you'll want to call our professional team right away. We specialize in water line installation and repair as well as replacement in homes and commercial locations.
One tell-tale sign that often goes overlooked which could mean needing a new water line replacement or repair is the smell of a musty odor. Putting off water line repair over time can cause mildew to form. Even if you don't see it, if you can smell it, there may be a problem, which is why it's a good idea to call our professional team to come and investigate the issue right away.
Finally, you may have noticed in looking for water line installation, that there are several websites that offer to help you get a quote from various contractors, and give you a general idea of the costs of water line installation. Often these types of jobs will go out to the lowest bidder, and the pricing is hardly accurate, so save yourself time, money and hassle and simply contact us directly.
We have the experience and expertise to look into the problem and give you an accurate estimate that reflects the complete project, so that you can move forward with confidence and be one step closer to enjoying clean, refreshing water in your home.
Contact us today to learn more about our water line installation services!
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