Water Main Repair
A water main is a principal pipe in a system of water pipes for getting water to your home or commercial building. When a water main breaks, it is essential to
have it repaired quickly, since this is the main source of water for a business or household but it can also feed into multiple residences - creating a local emergency.
Have a water main problem? Call (206) 659-2241 to speak to one of our friendly staff members.
Water main repair is not an easy job and requires the knowledge and expertise of a skilled local plumber, familiar with Seattle area plumbing codes. This is
because, in the construction, rehabilitation and repair of a water main line, there is the potential risk of contamination to the water supply and the
entire distribution system. At Rush Plumbing of Seattle our qualified plumbers know how to safely and effectively repair and replace water mains so your
water supply can be turned back on with minimal interruption and without the concern of contamination to the water in your area.
At Rush Plumbing Seattle we know the local and state regulations and follow proper installation and repair practices so that standards for cleanliness and safety are followed and no harm comes to you, your family, or your employees based on contamination.
If you have a break in the water main leading to your building, contact Rush Plumbing, Inc. for fast, reliable service from experienced plumbing technicians. We will have your water running clean and safe again in no time!
Trenchless Water Line Repairs in the Greater Seattle Area
If you have received a notice from the city or have seen a significant spike in your water bills, it's possible that you need to repair your water main or line. Whether you need a basic repair or a pipe replacement, water line repair and replacement used to be one of the most intrusive and damaging repairs to your property and your home…. but not anymore! At Rush Plumbing, we use methods for water line replacement that guarantee no digging up your lawn, driveway, or patio! The beauty of your property can be preserved with the process of trenchless water line replacement.
Directional Boring Main Repair Techniques
Instead of digging up your property above the area where the broken water line lies, using directional boring techniques we are able to replace the pipe easily and efficiently. By simply connecting the new pipe to the existing system, your old damaged water pipe can be replaced without intrusive harm to your lawn or property. Best of all, the new pipe that we use is code-approved, root-proof, leak-proof, and chemical and acid resistant.
Cons of Using Traditional Main Repair Methods
Benefits of Using Trenchless Main Repair Methods
- Unwanted damage to your lawn, yard or property
- Increased labor costs due to manual digging and an increase in service hours needed
- Leads to costs in other areas – landscaping, home maintenance, etc.
- Cannot "go around" various mediums such as concrete driveways and patio areas
- Intrusive on the convenience and safety of your day-to-day life
- Areas of repair can reach great lengths depending on the pipe's health
- A time consuming technique
- A single location area can be used to install different pipes
- Reduces the contamination of groundwater pollution
- Protects the ecosystem of nearby areas
- Reduces the excavation and landscaping repair costs
- It is a safer operation than traditional methods
- Weather will not directly impact the process
- Ability to drill beneath surface obstructions such as driveways
- Can be performed in a timely manner
- Saves you more that 50% than traditional methods
Rush Plumbing is a full service plumbing company in Seattle, WA and our plumbers are trained, experienced technicians and use of state-of-the-art plumbing
equipment gives us the ability to install an abundant length of pipe. We pride ourselves in providing our valued clients with superior plumbing service using high quality materials and methods while meeting
industry standards and following plumbing codes. We ensure customer satisfaction and treat your property as if it is our own.