Trusted Water Line Repair
Over time a house's plumbing pipes will deteriorate. Though you may have to replace a small section when the need arises, it may reach a point where you have to repipe your entire home. In a repiping project you are replacing all of the plumbing in your home. This is something that is normally done in older homes that have frequent plumbing issues.
What Is Repiping
Many people do not understand what a repiping job is. The truth is the job can vary depending on many factors and can be different from building to building. Repiping can include any of the below tasks:
Replacing the water supply lines to your home
Installing new valves for the sinks and toilets
Replacing the main shut-off to your home
A typical repiping service is the piping in the building and not the installation of water mains from the city meter or the main sewer pipe to the city connection.
Signs You Need Repiping
High Mark can help you find out if you need to go with Repiping your home. Our diagnostics will provide us with the information to help you with the decision. Some indicators that you may need to re-pipe your home include:
Age Of Your Home
The older your home means the more chance you will need repiping. Homes older than 40 years would have pipes made from lead or steal. These types of pipes are prone to degrading and will need to be replaced.
The Frequency Of Plumbing Problems
If you are experiencing constant clogs, leaks and low water pressure, you are having the indicators that your pipes are wearing down.
Are You Doing A Renovation
A renovation of a home provides an excellent opportunity to do a repiping project. With the scope of the job, you will save your money and time.
Red Or Brown Water
If you are experiencing Red or Brown water, it is normally a sign of rust. This is a indicator of aging, corroded pipes. This can be a major sign that your pipes are nearing the end of their lifespan.
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Water Main Repair
The water supply to your home is a crucial part of the plumbing system. The water main or water line can stop your homes supply of safe and clean water. When dealing with a water supply issue to your home, you need a fast, professional and effective solution right away. High Mark Service Group offers complete water main services that include repair and replacement.
Our expert technicians are pleased to offer you the following services:
- Water Main leak detection
- Repair of Water Mains
- Water Line replacement.
Do You Need Water Main Services?
It is not easy to tell when you have a water main issue. There are some signs that could indicate a water main issue and these include:
Low Water Pressure In Home: Are experiencing low water pressure in your whole home and not just a specific shower or sink? This could point to a water main leak.
A Unexplained Puddle Forms In Your Yard: When a water main is cracked or leaking the water has to go somewhere. The water from the pipe will tend to move up and eventually form a puddle in the yard.
Puddles Form In Crawl Spaces Or Basement: The water line normally will enter your home in the basement or crawlspace. If one of these pipes in your home is damaged or cracked you could experience the forming of a puddle in the area.
Increased Water Bill: An increase in you monthly water bill is one of the best way to identify any plumbing issue. Should a main line develop a leak, you would see a large increase in your water bill.