Plumbing Plus is your neighborhood plumbing company that has your best interest in mind when it comes to water line repair. We know that when issues arise that threaten the stability of your home you need a company you can rely on to work smart and fast. Plumbing issues can be costly, time consuming, and destructive which is why you need a company you can trust. Plumbing Plus has been helping the residents of the San Diego community fix their plumbing disasters for decades. Our friendly, well-trained technicians are industry experts that will treat your home as if it were their own.
The home water line is a vital part of one’s home that connects public water lines to those in the home to provide water for the necessary components we use every day. Unfortunately, San Diego has a long history of water main leakage and breakage, so there is often the need for water line repair. Some of the water mains have been in service for more than 60 years, and their old age is a significant contributing factor to water line leaks. Moreover, these aging pipes compromise the quality of drinking water, so their replacement is among the top priorities of San Diego government.
- No additional plumbing work needed
- Long term protection of the whole plumbing system
- Improved quality of drinking water
Moreover, the chemistry of the water in San Diego contributes to the ‘’pinhole leak’’ problem associated with copper pipes. Water with a PH value below 6.5 affects copper pipes because it is acidic enough. It is not uncommon that a copper line pitting corrosion affects an entire community in San Diego, so San Diego residents should have their water tested if they notice blue-green stains around the water joints.
Water line leaks are a serious problem that can cause severe damage to your home if they go unnoticed. Water line leaks may start off small but if left unattended, a busted water line can even flood your home with mud and cause streets to crumble. Due to the potential severity of a water line leak, it is important to always call in a professional to handle the problem.
How do you know if you have a water line leak?
Some tell-tale signs you may have a water line issue are increased water usage on your water bill, collections of water or large puddles in your yard, or soaked carpets and flooring.
What causes a water line leak?
Water line leaks are generally caused by three things: old pipes bursting, digging deep in the yard which leads to breaking a pipe, or the aforementioned quality and chemistry of the water.
How do I prevent a water line leak?
By getting your water line checked regularly at least once a year and before moving into a home to make sure the pipes aren’t old or in need of any minor or major repairs. If you find that you do have a water line leak, make sure to immediately call in a professional to prevent further damage to your home and the surrounding property. If you have a copper pipe water line, you should have your water tested to check its acidity which might lead to copper pipe corrosion and leakage.
Plumbing Plus offers 24/7 emergency services to meet your plumbing emergency needs so that when disaster strikes, such as a water main leak, you can have the best in the business working to fix it. In addition to being on hand to help you morning, noon, or night, Plumbing Plus knows that you are not always prepared for an expensive repair, water line repairs are very costly and not only include the cost of the water line but landscaping and sometimes flooring repairs, which is why we do our best to work with your budget by informing you of the cost of front and offering coupons on our website. No matter your plumbing problem, Plumbing Plus has you covered.
Certified, Licensed and Insured Water Line Repair Experts
Contact us to evaluate the damage on your water line and repair it on the spot:
- Our technicians make sure the repair work is done quickly and with no inconvenience to your everyday routine.
- We boast extremely high customer satisfaction – our referral business is based on top-notch workmanship and professionalism.