Water Lines
Main Water Lines

Do you have a leaky pipe or are have low water pressure in your home?

Give us a call and one of our professional plumbers will come out and assess the situation. In most cases, we can repair your main water line the same day. Whether you need a water line repair, installation, or a complete replacement, you can count on our family-owned and operated business.

We have more than 36-years of experience in the plumbing industry and are A+ rated with the Better Business Bureau. The San Bernardino Sun voted us the “Favorite Plumbing Company” for the Inland Empire.  

Common Causes of a Leaks

Your main water line is one of the most critical parts of your home’s plumbing. The main water line supplies water to your entire house, and if you find yourself with a leak, it is crucial to find the solution. Unlike other fixtures, your water lines are meant to be durable and last a long time. Unfortunately, they do still need repairs. Things such as tree roots, chemicals, and even natural disasters such as earthquakes can all cause damage and cause the main water line leak.

Damage to the main water line can cause costly repairs or replacements. Most people are unaware of how intrusive and destructive something as simple as tree roots can be. They can intrude into your pipes and cause cracks which lead to leaks and other problems. We have the technology and the staff to ensure the issue is fixed as well as preventative maintenance to avoid the same problem in the future.

Signs of a Main Water Line Leak

The main water line delivers fresh water to your house. Usually, when there is a problem, you will notice symptoms. If you are experiencing any of the problems below, you may have a leak in your main water line.

•  Low Water Pressure
•  Water in Front Yard
•  Unusually High Water Bill
•  Cracks in Foundation
•  Water Sounds
•  Soggy Lawn
•  Discolored Water

Main Water Line Repairs & Replacement

Our plumbers will explain all your options and recommend the best course of action for repairing or replacing the main water line. Our plumbers will repair when possible. However, some pipes are beyond repair, or susceptible to further damage and may already be too fragile to repair.  In this case, we will explain your options for replacement.

Trenchless Water Lines

We offer trenchless water lines and depending on where your main water line runs; trenchless may even save you money. With most houses, the main water runs under the lawn, the driveway, or both.  In the case of a driveway, a trenchless main water line can save you money because it’s cheaper than digging up the driveway and having to repour concrete.  The opposite is true for a lawn as the cost for trenchless is more than digging a trench in your yard.  However, if you prefer to preserve your lawn, we will be happy to provide a trenchless installation. Trenchless installation is minimally intrusive to your lawn or yard and only requires a small hole at each end for installation.  If you are looking for an environmentally friendly way to preserve your plants and grass, this will be the best choice for you.


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No, it is very rare a homeowner’s insurance policy will cover plumbing repairs. In most cases, if a broken pipe causes damage to your home, the repairs may be covered under your homeowner’s policy. It is always best to check with your insurance provider to see precisely they do and do not cover.
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In almost all cases, it is the homeowner’s responsibility to maintain the main water line in the event of a leak, broken pipe, or a clog. If a leak occurs between your water meter and the main city line, it may be the responsibility of the water utility provider.
When the main water line has an issue, you will generally notice signs which include low water pressure, discolored water, water in the front yard or lawn area, and an unusually high water bill.
If your water pressure has dropped significantly, that is usually a sign that you have a clogged or broken pipe somewhere. In some cases, your water pressure regulator could be broken or malfunctioning. In either case, it is best to call one of our professional plumbers to diagnose and fix the problem.
Yes, one of the primary causes of low water pressure is a clogged pipe or clogged main water line. If one fixture in your house is affected, then the cause is usually isolated to that specific area of your home. If you are experiencing low pressure throughout your home, then it is probably an issue with the main water line.
There are several reasons why a home may have high water pressure, including, living near the bottom of a hill, high pressure from the water company, or a faulty water pressure regulator. High water pressure can damage pipes, cause your water heater to malfunction, and increase your water bill significantly.