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Commercial Underground Water Service Repairs in Lexington and Louisville

Water pipelines run from the city’s municipal water supply to your property. These pipelines are very durable and last a long time. Despite this, sometimes waterlines can experience ruptures, freezing, bursting, corrosion, or degradation due to age. 

When a waterline pipe breaks, all that wasted water gets added to your water bill, the water makes a mess, and your business may experience downtime or have limited functionality without a water supply. 

Dauenhauer’s Speedy Underground Water Repair Services

We know every moment without water is critical to a business, so we work quickly to restore your water. We do our best to minimize downtime and disruption to your business and property. 

Your water line runs from your building to the street, often under landscaping, concrete, sidewalks, and more. We use specialized equipment and techniques to replace deteriorated water supply and sewer septic lines with sturdy, reliable new pipes. We can perform trenchless waterline repairs with minimal excavation. 

Dauenhauer’s professional commercial plumbers use a number of trenchless repair methods, such as pulling new pipe liners through, pipe bursting methods, and more. Each method works best in particular situations. With our advanced video pipe inspections, we can determine the solution that will work best for your water or sewer line. 

Contact Dauenhauer for expert underground septic and water line repairs in Lexington and Louisville, Kentucky. 

Signs You Need a Water Line Repair or Replacement

It can sometimes be challenging to determine if your water line requires repairs when it’s buried underground and cannot be seen. 

Here are some signs to watch for signaling that it is time to get your underground water line repaired:

  • Discolored Water: Your water should always be clear. If your water is brown or yellowish, then most likely, there is a problem with your water line. It may be picking up minerals, sediment, rust, or dirt from somewhere in the system. 
  • Rust and Corrosion: If your plumbing is older, especially if it is made from iron, it can be prone to rust. Water lines should be upgraded to copper piping to avoid corrosion and oxidation. A rusty pipe can discolor your water, reduce water pressure, and potentially taste or smell bad. 
  • Unexpected High Water Bill: If your water bill unexpectedly increases, it could be a break or leak in your water line that is causing you to lose water. 
  • Sudden Drop In Water Pressure: Sudden drops in water pressure often indicate a break in the line. 
  • Soggy Lawn: If it hasn’t rained recently and you notice soggy puddles around your commercial property, it’s likely that your water line has broken and is spilling water underground. 

If you notice any of these signs, it’s essential to get a professional plumber out quickly to evaluate your water line. 

Contact Dauenhauer for expert water line repair and replacement services in Lexington and Louisville. 

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