Broken Water Lines
Broken water lines are a plumbing emergency, but can be handled by the fast-response team from S & B Plumbing, Sugar Land, Texas. If the broken water line is inside your home, the first thing you should do when you discover it is to turn off the main water valve to your home, typically located at the point the water line from the main municipal water line enters your home. Shutting off the main water line will stop water from flowing from the damaged pipe in your home, preventing further water damage. The next thing you should do is call a certified plumber to locate the problem area and diagnose the cause of the broken water line. Knowing this, the plumber can offer you best solutions to fix the problem. If the broken water line is outside your home on the pipe leading from the municipal main line to your home, call a plumber to identify where the break is occurring.
How to Tell if a Water Lines Break
There are several ways to tell if you are experiencing a water line break outside your home between your home and the municipal water main on the street or road.
- Water streaming on the sidewalk or on the street.
- Water leaking out of the foundation.
- Hissing or bubbling noises at the connection of the pipe to the building.
- Water puddling in your landscape along the buried main line route.
A water line break commonly happens from aging and corroding. Tree root infestation, electrolysis and construction mistakes can also cause a water line to break. The broken water line response team at S & B Plumbing, Sugar Land, will determine if an effective repair will involve replacing a section or replacing he complete line.
Service Experts for Sugar Land and the Surrounding Area When Your Water Line Breaks
S & B Plumbing, Sugar Land, provides quick response and expert repairs for water line break for residential and commercial customers, in communities throughout the Sugar Land, Texas, area:
- Missouri City
- New Territory
- River Oaks
- Sienna Plantation
- West University