If you’re a homeowner, chances are you haven’t learned about water line repairs unless you’ve had a diagnosed issue in the past. In simple terms, an exterior water line is what carries and distributes water from the public to your home. Understanding some of the problems that can occur from a malfunctioning water line is essential for getting a water line replacement before your Buffalo home or family’s health is negatively affected. There are many reasons why your main water line may need to be replaced, such as health concerns for you and your family; deterioration and aging material of your existing line; and poor water pressure.

Here are some of the potential signs that could indicate the need for a water line replacement in your Buffalo home, including:

  • Foul, bad-smelling water or permeating odors
  • Discolored water
  • Damp water spots on walls and ceilings
  • Puddles in yard or potholes on driveway or sidewalks
  • Mold and moisture build-up in home
  • Low water pressure
  • Costly water bills
  • Sound of running water or dripping when appliances are turned off

It’s important to note that the water line replacement process can be extensive. The certified technicians at The Plumber, Heating & Cooling in Buffalo specialize in full water line replacements for both residential and commercial properties. While a trenchless water line can be installed in as little as a day or two, a trenched water line can take several days to complete. Our company has the experience and expertise perform water line replacements that save our customers’ significant cost and time. Once we perform a full evaluation of your issue, we can determine the most effective water line replacement solution. We will always provide a thorough and honest assessment of the situation before recommending the best course of action.

With a longstanding reputation for professionalism and excellence, our team provides fast and professional service for every water line replacement job, always ensuring 100% customer satisfaction. If you are concerned about the condition of your home or building’s water line, get in touch with The Plumber, Heating & Cooling, and learn how we can help. We’ll schedule an appointment at your convenience and answer all your questions.