Water Lines

Water Line Installation in Pleasant Grove, UT

Professional Water Line Repair & Replacement in Lindon & Surrounding Areas

A water line is a pipe that carries water from a source, such as a well or a municipal water supply, to your home. As a critical component of your plumbing system, your water line is subject to a variety of damage that can impede the flow of water or even cause a complete shut-off.

Told Plumbing offers professional water line repair and replacement services in Pleasant Grove, UT and the surrounding areas. Our fully licensed and insured technicians are prepared to solve any water line problem you may have.

Call Told Plumbing at (801) 810-1057 to schedule a water line repair or replacement service today!

Types of Water Lines

Water lines are made from a variety of materials, including copper, polybutylene, and PVC. The type of water line you have in your home can affect the types of repairs that are needed.

Galvanized Steel: These metal pipes were used mainly during the 50 year period between 1930 and 1980. They are no longer used in homes today due to their proneness to rusting and corrosion in addition to their lead content.

Copper: Copper water lines tend to last for decades, but eventually, the line can become corroded and need to be replaced. Corrosion can be difficult to see, but it can cause a brownish-orange stain to appear on the walls near the water line. If you notice any discoloration on your walls, contact a professional to have the water line replaced.

Polybutylene: Polybutylene pipes were used as an alternative to copper in the 1980s. Unfortunately, polybutylene pipes are prone to failure, particularly when they become corroded. When polybutylene pipes fail, the result is a toxic chemical called "tetrahydrofuran" that enters the water supply. If you have polybutylene pipes, you should have them replaced immediately.

PVC: Polyvinyl chloride, better known as PVC, is a popular choice for water lines, especially for cold water lines. PVC pipes are inexpensive and easy to install. However, they are prone to bursting and need to be replaced after about 20 years.

CPVC: Chlorinated PVC pipes are the chlorinated version of normal PVC pipes. The chlorine makes this type of piping safe for transporting drinking water and allows the pipe to carry hot water—something normal PVC pipes can’t do. CPVC is even more flexible than normal PVC!

Crosslinked Polyethylene (PEX): One of the newest types of water lines on the current market. These pipes are a durable plastic alternative that are extremely flexible and versatile. Since they are quite resistant to heat, PEX pipes are great for transporting hot water and are even used for radiant floor heating. They’re also a much quieter option than other pipes on the market. Additionally, they’re inexpensive and easy to cut and work with!

Call Told Plumbing at (801) 810-1057 to schedule a water line installation service today!

Happy Customers in Your Neighborhood

Reviews & Testimonials
    “We will always use Told!!!!”
    “Issac showed up promptly as scheduled and took care of our broken water line. He was friendly, professional, and very knowledgeable.”
    - Chris M.
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    “I was extremely impressed by Told Plumbing. They were very knowledgeable about their services and took time to explain everything to me. I love that they offer a free estimate because some others I called did not. They were thorough and got the job done. T”
    - Dan K.
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    “JP was on time and professional. I really appreciate that he tried to repair the garbage disposal before replacing it to save us money. Answered all of my questions before he left.”
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Signs You Need Water Line Repair

A leaky water line is a common plumbing problem that can result in damaged flooring, walls, and even a mildew smell. A slow leak can go undetected for a long time, so it's important to be vigilant.

Common signs of a water line leak include:

  • Mildew smell in one area of your home
  • A wet spot on your floor, even when no other leaks are present
  • A high water bill, even when no other leaks are present
  • Wet spots on your walls or ceiling
  • Rust or stains on your walls or flooring
  • A sudden spike in your water bill

If you notice any of these symptoms, contact a plumber to have your water line checked. The sooner a leaky water line is repaired, the less damage it can cause.

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Call for Water Line Replacement in Pleasant Grove

When a water line needs to be replaced, you can count on our experienced plumbers to deliver outstanding service. We will take the time to inspect your water line and perform any necessary diagnostics to determine the exact cause of the problem.

Once we know what is wrong, we will explain your options for repairing or replacing the water line. We will work with you to determine the best solution for your budget and your needs.

When you hire Told Plumbing, you work directly with the plumber that has been dispatched to your home. There are no middlemen, and you always know who is working on your plumbing system.

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