Replacing your water main isn’t as big a job as you might think.

Monday April 16, 2012

It’s been a long day and you’re relaxing in a nice warm shower…when suddenly your water pressure becomes next to nothing. You get out of the shower and discover that your wife has started the washing machine. There could easily be a solution to this problem. Your water piping might be old enough to have rust build up in the line. The first thing to consider is replacing the water line from your meter to your home. This piping is not only prone to build-up inside the line but is also susceptible to corrosion from the outside because it is buried under ground. We use directional boring to replace most water lines. This method causes little to no evidence on the surface which means landscaping and sidewalks are protected. This project usually takes less than a day and the benefits are typically immediate.

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