Drain and Sewer
Water Treatment Systems
Main Water Line Services in St. Louis, MO
Plumbing in your home consists of drain lines – which carry water and waste out of your system – and water lines – which bring water in. The main water line feeds the smaller lines, which in turn run to your faucets, toilets, showers and water heaters. In most cases, the water comes from St. Louis, MO’s municipal system, or a similar system in a nearby city, which goes through filters and cleaning processes in order to be rendered safe and clean.
When the water line runs into trouble, it can disrupt basic functions in your entire household, like cooking and bathing. Furthermore, you’re usually on the hook for the lost water -- resulting in a higher monthly water bill -- and reaching the water line can often be a challenge. That’s why you need pros like Performance Plumbing who can perform main water line repair and replacement throughout the St. Louis, MO area. Call our team today and let us know how we can help.
The Central Problem Is Underground
In essence, nothing differentiates a clog or a leak in a main water line from a similar problem in another line. The issue is that they’re underground, which means they’re difficult to go to. In the past you had to excavate the pipe, which meant extra time and equipment, to say nothing of digging through frozen ground if the problem took place during our St. Louis, MO winters.
Luckily, that’s no longer the case. Trenchless technology allows problems with the water line to be solved without having to dig: cutting down on time and expense in the process. Water line repair can be conducted with greater assurance and water line replacement is made much easier as well. At Performance Plumbing, Your Problem Is No Problem, so call our team to learn more!
How to Spot the Signs
The signs of a problem with your water line start with the disruption of the water supply in your household. This is a good thing because it alerts you to the problem quickly. (Contrast that with the sewer line, where problems can be much more subtle.) If the problem is with the main water line, it will likely affect most of the outlets in your home. A problem that affects just one outlet is likely more localized. Shut off the water and call a plumber.
Other signs can include the sight of puddles forming where no puddles should be, trees and grass that might look greener or healthier than other nearby vegetation, or sounds of running water with no readily identifiable source. When that happens, call in a plumber immediately
We’re the Team to Trust
Regardless of the precise issue with your water line, you want the right team to address the issue. Our trained technicians are licensed, experienced, and must pass a thorough background check to be able to serve you.
Furthermore, we give them access to the best equipment in the industry and all of our vans are fully stocked, which lets us address the problem quickly and effectively to get your system up and running again. Issues with your main water line need to be taken very seriously. Count on us to get the job done right every time.