The Sunny Plumber Phoenix Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Water Line’

Why Is Water Pooling in My Yard?

Monday, March 27th, 2017

plumbing-iconsHeavy storms move through our area from time to time, but for the most part Phoenix is a fairly dry place to live. That is why it is so disconcerting to see a growing pool of water in a yard around here, especially following a particularly dry spell. If the water is not coming from precipitation, it is very likely that the pool in your yard is being fed by the main water line.

Obviously, a ruptured water line is not something that you can ignore, nor can you tend to the problem yourself. You are going to need to hire trained professionals you can trust to repair or replace your water line in Phoenix, AZ. Because you are reading this, you’re already well on your way to doing so.

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Signs You Need a New Water Line

Monday, September 12th, 2016

The water line is the pipe that runs from your home’s plumbing system to the city water supply, or to your well if you use one. All water that your home uses passes through this pipe, which means that it’s more than a little important that you keep your water line in ideal condition. If your water line starts to degrade or experience other problems, it will have a negative impact on the rest of your plumbing system. With that in mind, here are some signs that you may need to install a new water line.

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Water Line Issues You Need to Know About

Monday, August 15th, 2016

Your water line is the pipe that runs from the city water main to your home’s plumbing system. All water that you use flows through the water line to get to you. So it’s a pretty good idea to make sure that your water line is in good condition at all times. There are a number of water line issues that you need to be aware of, some of which are common to other plumbing areas and some of which are unique. Let’s take a look at those issues now.

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How You can Tell if Your Water Line is in Trouble

Monday, February 8th, 2016

The water line in your home serves an important purpose: transporting all of your fresh water from either a well or the municipal water main into your plumbing system. So it is obviously a good idea to make sure that this pipe is kept in good condition. Water lines are designed to be resilient, and most can last between 80 and 100 years under the right circumstances. However, there are a number of ways that your water line can get into trouble. Let’s take a look at some of the signs that your water line probably needs repair.

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Water Line Problems You Need to Be Aware Of

Monday, October 19th, 2015

Your home’s water line is the pipe that brings water from the municipal water main into your home. It is obviously a vital part of your home’s plumbing system. It will also probably last a good long time. Water lines are designed to last up to a hundred years under the right circumstances. If you want your water line to last as long as possible, though, you are going to need to be aware of certain problems that can end up severely shortening its lifespan. Let’s take a look at some of the water line problems that you need to be aware of.

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How Often Do I Need to Replace My Water Line?

Monday, August 10th, 2015

If you have a home that was constructed after the 1950s, you very likely have a copper water line. Copper is the primary material for plumbing pipes, due to its longevity and resistance to corrosion. In fact, under ideal circumstances a copper water line will last up to 100 years. So you may think that you will never have to replace your water line. Unfortunately, this isn’t the case for some people. Let’s take a look at a couple of problems that can necessitate water line replacement.

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Signs You Need to Replace Your Water Line

Monday, May 18th, 2015

Your water line, like most of your plumbing, is designed to last up to a hundred years. The copper pipes that comprise most modern plumbing are all but immune to rust, which is why they are used so often. However, they aren’t invincible. Sooner or later, all water lines will need to be replaced. If you happen to be unlucky enough to have it happen on your watch, it’s best that you recognize it right away. Let’s take a look at the signs that you need to replace your water line.

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