Conventional & Trenchless Main Water Line Repair in the Greater Seattle Area
Water mains and secondary water lines are out of sight and out of mind — until a leak occurs. Then they become very top of mind very quickly. Your main water line (or ‘water main’) is the pipe running from the large water line feeding your neighborhood to your property’s water meter and building. Secondary lines run inside walls and through crawl spaces, basements and attics. If you have any suspicion that your water main or any of your secondary lines are leaking and need repair or replacement, take action immediately to prevent damage to your property. Putting off secondary or main water line repair can result in the need for extensive structure repair and/or disruptive trenching and excavation!
Hearing Rumbling Sounds?
One of the first ways a water leak will reveal itself is through noises in the piping inside your home or business. Don’t just dismiss them! Schedule an inspection right away to avoid major trouble.
Seeing Water Where It Shouldn’t Be?
When a water main breaks, you might see water bubbling up into the street in front of your property, abnormally wet areas in your yard, or even the start of a sinkhole in either place. Secondary water line leaks might show up as puddles under your sink or on the floor, or as growing discoloration on walls or ceilings. If you’re seeing any of these signs, call right away to avoid extensive water damage and/or the need for waterproofing and drainage repairs.
Has Your Water Bill Suddenly Risen?
If you need main water line repair, don’t wait to call for help! Every hour counts when it comes to limiting damage to your property! Trenchless repair is fast & affordable.If there’s an unexplained spike in your water bill, it’s often a sign there are broken or leaking water pipe issues hiding out of sight. When pipes are leaking underground, physical signs can take a while to manifest. Don’t wait for that! Get a Free Estimate if suddenly higher water usage can’t be explained.
Has Water Pressure Dropped?
Low water pressure can be a sign of all sorts of plumbing issues, but if you notice a sudden drop in pressure throughout the water fixtures on your property, you may need main water line repair. Again, call for an inspection before problems get big!Seattle’s
Underground Water Line RequirementsConnection of your water pipes to city water supply must be done by the city.
All outdoor water pipelines must have at least 2 feet of ground cover from all angles.
All work must be in compliance with Seattle’s Uniform Plumbing Code.
Water lines must be brass, copper SS, DI, CPVC, PE, PEX, HDPE or PVC. Plastic pipe (which isn’t approved to go through the building foundation) must be studded out with 2 feet of an approved material.
Need Main Water Line Repair in the Greater Seattle Area? Master Bore’s crews are highly trained and experienced in installation and repair of water mains and secondary lines of all types and sizes. Whether it’s new construction or repair of existing outdoor lines, our trenchless repair and directional drilling can greatly minimal disruption to your property and save you money. Contact us today to schedule a free estimate on main water line repair today.