Water Line Repair & Replacement
Water Line Repair and Replacement, Copper, CPVC, PVC, Polyethylene in Kennesaw, Smyrna, Roswell, Woodstock, Acworth and all surrounding areas.
One of the biggest nightmares for homeowners is to discover they need a water line replacement. Perhaps you’ve noticed water backing up into your lawn. You might have also been receiving unusually high water bills, taking showers for months with almost no water pressure or poured a glass of tap water that was light brown. If any of the above issues are happening to your family on a consistent basis, it might be a warning sign that your pipes are in desperate need for help.
It’s highly recommended that you hire a reliable local plumber to conduct a yearly inspection in order to keep a good eye on potential problem areas. Sometimes water line dilemmas can be fixed before too many other issues develop.
Water lines can be damaged for a variety of reasons. Some of the most common are:
In many cases, the affected area may be isolated and you don’t need to do a water line replacement for your entire system. The problem might be remedied by a simple water line repair. Our professional plumbers will always try to find solutions for your family’s needs that are effective and budget friendly.
Whether you need a water line repair or a complete replacement, we have the tools and experience necessary for working with your systems existing pipe material. Our plumbers are always up to date on the latest codes and regulations, so you can be 100% sure that your plumbing meets and exceeds your local city, state and federal requirements. We specialize in the use of the following pipe materials:
Copper was very popular in the mid twentieth century because they are rust resistant and extremely durable. This kind of piping stands the test of time. However, the price of copper has risen substantially and can be very expensive to use and is often chosen for specific plumbing purposes.
Polyvinyl chloride or PVC is a synthetic plastic that has been used for decades in many construction and engineering projects. In fact, half of the world’s PVC is used in the manufacturing of pipes. PVC started slowly replacing copper as the popular choice among homeowners because of its resistance to corrosion and low price point.
CPVC, otherwise known as chlorinated polyvinyl chloride, is a more flexible version of traditional PVC. This material is better suited to handling hot water than PVC as well.
Cross-linked polyethylene, or PEX pipes are quickly becoming a favorite among plumbers and home builder’s alike because of its versatility. PEX doesn’t require as many fittings, which means it can be installed faster and water can flow much more quickly from its source to your faucet.
If you suspect that you need a water line replacement or water line repair, give Champion Plumbing a call. We will send a local plumber to your home so you can get your plumbing running smoothly as soon as possible.
Call us now or fill out the form below to request plumbing repair service in Marietta, Kennesaw, Acworth, Smyrna, Roswell, Woodstock, Douglasville and all surrounding areas.