Discover answers to frequently asked water service pipe replacement questions.
A water service pipe is a pipe, usually underground, that connects your home or business to your community's water source. When you turn a tap on in your home, the water comes through your homes plumbing system, which is connected to your water service pipe.
Property owners are responsible for the water service pipe up to their property line. The water main is usually underground and runs parallel to your street frontage. As a property owner, it is your responsibility to ensure the maintenance of your water service pipe.
If you need to replace your water service pipe, call us for a free estimate. We employ a number of different installation methods including open trench, torpedo and direct bore. We are equipped to handle urgent leak situations and can work with the Region to resolve your water service issues.
Over time, your water service pipe may develop cracks or holes due to corrosion, frost or tree roots. A broken water service pipe, can lead to flooding and contaminated water. This can result in costly repairs and health risks. If you suspect you have an issue with your water service pipe, get it inspected and/or repaired as soon as possible.
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