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Water Heater Replacement Phoenix

Go Direct provides gas and electric hot water heater replacements for Phoenix homeowners. Even with routine maintenance, water heaters wear down over time and need to be replaced. We offer two options for new gas and electric water heaters – traditional tank storage heaters and tankless water heaters.

If you aren’t sure which water heater replacement is best for your Phoenix home, we’ll be happy to make recommendations. We’ll start with a quick rundown of the differences.

Traditional tank storage water heaters

Gas and electric storage tank water heaters hold hot water in a tank. They continuously heat the water up so it’s ready whenever you need it, which adds to your gas or electric bills. When the water in the tank is used up during a shower or other reason, you need to wait until the new water in the tank is heated before you have hot water again. Tank water heaters cost less upfront than tankless models, but you’ll pay more on your energy bills. Tank storage heaters come in a variety of sizes to meet your water usage needs.

Tankless Water Heater

Gas and electric tankless water heaters work on demand and are an energy-efficient alternative to traditional tank storage units. Tankless water heaters contain high-powered burners that quickly heat the water, so you never run out. They cost more upfront, but can reduce your energy bills because they don’t need to warm stored water throughout the day and night.

With tankless water heaters, you don’t have to worry about rust, sediment and scale build-up like you do in tank heaters. Tankless water heater can last up to 20 years, a lifespan almost double that of traditional tank heaters. Phoenix homeowners also like their compact size. Tankless heaters can be installed in crawl spaces and other areas where tank heaters won’t fit.

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Our Phoenix water heater replacement professionals are licensed, bonded and insured. Your satisfaction is our top priority and we stand behind our work with a 5-year guarantee. Our team is trained on the latest safety, compliance and industry best practices. You can be assured that work will be done in compliance with all regulations.

Give us a call at 602.922.3232. Our phones are answered 24/7. For emergencies, we can typically get someone to your home within 60-90 minutes.


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Plumbing Fixture Repair and Replacement Phoenix

At Go Direct Plumbing, Sewer and Water we specialize in repairing high-end faucets and fixtures in the metro Phoenix area. When faucets and fixtures are unable to be repaired, we offer competitive prices for replacements. Let our professionals assist in your next Kitchen or Bathroom project.

A dripping faucet can cost you hundreds. A small drip can turn into a flooding mess quickly if you don’t fix it fast. Our friendly technicians will not only repair the issue, but they’ll make sure that everything is working properly and efficiently.

From showering to washing dishes to cleaning laundry, plumbing fixtures have become an essential part of our lives. Over time, they will inevitably need to be replaced down the road—no matter how efficient or high quality they are. Go Direct can help you through the plumbing replacement process from start to finish. We can address any type of faucet or fixture repair or replacement your home needs!

The highly trained and experienced specialists at Go Direct Plumbing, Sewer and Water can provide quality replacement products and parts that will keep your plumbing systems running properly, including:
• Water heater replacement
• Tub/shower faucet replacement
• Thermal expansion tank replacement
• Sink replacement
• Hose bibb replacement
• Faucet replacement
• Toilet replacement
• Comfort height toilets
• Bathroom Pedestals and Lavatories
• Bidet toilet seats
• Shower heads
• Touchless kitchen faucets

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Ensure your plumbing appliances and products are replaced the right way. At Go Direct Plumbing, Sewer and Water, our team of knowledgeable professionals is trained to handle a variety of plumbing replacements using the latest techniques and tools.
Get started scheduling your appointment by giving us a call at (602) 922-3232. You can also use our online booking system to request an appointment today!


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Water Filtration – Water Softener Phoenix

A whole home water filtration system purifies the water in your Phoenix home. Whole house filters remove a variety of contaminants, chemicals and other materials from your water. Go Direct installs reverse osmosis water filtration systems, providing you with purified water for drinking, cooking, and other uses.

How do you know if you need a whole house water filtration system?

Here are a few signs to look for:

The water throughout your home tastes or smells funny

Your laundry never seems completely clean

Your dishes and glasses have water marks on them after cleaning

You may also be looking to remove specific impurities from the municipal water supply or your well, such as:

Chlorine
Lead and other heavy metals
Bacteria and viruses

What is the cost of the home water filtration system for Phoenix area homes?

The whole home filter is installed near the entry point into your home, typically before the line connects to your water heater. The reverse osmosis system pumps water through a filter to remove impurities, including dissolved salts and chemicals.

There are a variety of factors that go into the cost of a home water filter system:

Size of your home and type of system: high tech, high efficiency, maximum water output, and so on
Expected lifespan of the system
Ease of installation

Our experienced plumbers are licensed, bonded and insured. We can answer your questions about home water filtration systems and individual filters on faucets and other fixtures. We install both types of systems and will provide you with a quote before work is started. We can also provide guidance on ongoing maintenance and replacement filter costs.

You can be assured that work will be done in compliance with local regulations. Our team is trained on the latest safety, compliance and industry best practices. Your satisfaction is our top priority and we stand behind our work with a 5-year guarantee. Give us a call at (602) 922-3232. Our phones are answered 24/7.


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Repipe a House Phoenix

Do you need to replace the damaged or corroded pipes throughout your Phoenix home? Go Direct completes whole house repipe with minimal disruptions to you. Typically, you can stay in your home and are only without water for a few hours while the work is being completed.

What’s involved in a whole house repipe job?

We replace the pipes throughout your home. Your plumbing system is made up many components, including:

Water lines carrying water from your water main to kitchens, bathrooms, laundry rooms, sprinkler systems and outdoor faucets. Depending on fixture, you may have separate lines for hot and cold water. They are often hidden behind walls.

Drain lines inside your home connect to the main sewer line outside. Drain lines are usually behind walls near water lines, and attached to sinks, toilets, showers and tubs, and washers and dishwashers.

Vent pipes expel sewage gases from your home, typically through your roof. They branch off to wherever there is a drain in your house.

What are the signs you need a whole house repipe for your Phoenix home?

Leaks and failing sections of pipe in your home

Frequent plumbing repairs

Low water pressure

Rust-colored water

The age of your system. If you have an older home, corrosion, pitting and other damage occurs in pipes over time.

What does a whole house repipe cost in Phoenix?

The cost of a whole house repiping depends on a variety of factors, including:

Amount and type of material used (pipes, along with fittings and connectors)

Number and location of fixtures that need to be connected

Labor costs vary based on the amount of work involved. Some homeowners choose to update fixtures at the same time.

Other factors, such as permits.

Go Direct will provide you with a quote before work is started. We can also advise you on the best choice of materials to fit your budget.

Our experienced repiping specialists are licensed, bonded and insured. You can be assured that work will be done in compliance with local regulations. Our team is trained on the latest safety, compliance and industry best practices.

Your satisfaction is our top priority and we stand behind our work with a 5-year guarantee. Give us a call at (602) 922-3232. Our phones are answered 24/7. For emergencies, we can typically get someone to your home within 60-90 minutes.


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At Go Direct Services, Our Special Offer on Phoenix Sewer Camera Inspections Saves You Money!

Our residential sewer line scope and cleanout offer is a great price and right now it’s available to all residential customers in the areas we serve on ground level access!

One of the most important steps Go Direct takes when arriving at your Phoenix area home is a plumbing camera inspection of your sewer line. This allows our technician to scope your sewer line and get a visual of the line in order to see if the sewer backup is caused by tree roots, clogs, scale, cracks, debris, slope issues, bellies, sewer channels, or other issues in the sewer line.

Sewer Camera Inspection Phoenix Process to Diagnose Sewer Line Backups

To diagnose hidden sewer problems in your home, a typical Phoenix sewer scope starts with a video inspection using a sewer camera pushed through your pipes on a sewer snake. Depending on where the backup occurs, we will run the sewer camera down branch lines (from sinks, showers, or bathtubs to the main line) or down the house’s main sewer line leading out to the street where it connects with the municipal sewer line.


Once we view your sewer lines with the sewer camera, we can pinpoint whether the sewer backup is being caused by:

If the sewer camera finds a clog and can push through the obstruction, it will continue out to the main sewer line to see if there are additional problem areas. The sewer snake can then grab the clogs and pull them out. If the sewer camera finds buildup and debris, sewer jetting will be recommended.

If significant damage is found in the sewer line, technicians can use the transmitter on the sewer camera to prepare for excavation. Our technician stops the camera at the damaged area, then goes outside and waves a locating device until it picks up the transmitter’s signal. The area is marked so we know where to dig to replace the sewer line

Benefits of a Sewer Scope

Some of the problems that make a sewer scope and clean worthwhile include:

Sometimes when Phoenix homeowners experience backups, unpleasant smells, slow drains, or clogs, they often try to fix things on their own first. Homeowners try plungers, drain cleaners, or the type of snake available in hardware stores to clear blockages without knowing the root cause of the problem. Without the benefit of a sewer camera this can cause additional damage to the sewer line and incurring more cost to repair. Take advantage of our sewer line scope and cleanout special to save yourself time and money!

How a Sewer Line Scope Works

You may still be wondering how a sewer line scope works. Simply put, a sewer scope is a waterproof electronic camera on a flexible rod that lets a trained technician visually inspect your sewer lines and any other underground pipes that may be part of your home’s foundation. A flexible rod allows the sewer scope camera to travel through the pipe in real time—even around tricky turns or corners—so that your technician can see the condition of your pipes. Sewer scopes enable your Go Direct Services technician to diagnose any existing or potential problems with your line and suggest cost-effective, no-middleman solutions. The images captured by the sewer scope are saved and become part of your customer history.

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Before you purchase a new home, consider doing a sewer camera inspection in addition to a routine home inspection to avoid problems and expensive repairs after you move in.

Phoenix Sewer Scope Cost

Plumbing camera inspection costs are far less than the cost of a sewer line repair if problems go undetected. Sewer camera scope and cleanouts coupons for residential properties are available. There are some exceptions for larger properties with longer sewer lines or difficult access.

To diagnose problems Go Direct runs a plumbing camera through your pipes on a plumbing snake. We view the inside of the pipe on the screen of a handheld device. The plumbing camera picks up a variety of problems, including tree roots, misaligned, broken, punctured, off-grade or corroded pipes. The plumbing camera also identifies grease buildup, leaks, clogs, and obstructions.

We also offer plumbing camera inspections for prospective homebuyers who want to make sure the house they plan to purchase doesn’t have sewage problems. Just like the cost of regular home inspection, the cost of a plumbing camera inspection protects homeowners from costly, hidden problems after they move in.

If the sewer line scope finds a clog during the plumbing camera inspection, the plumbing snake can grab the clogs and pull them out. We call this a “Scope & Clean.” We can repeat the inspection after any service to verify the line has been properly cleaned or repaired.


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Whether you are buying a new home or suspect your home or business has a sewer issue, a sewer inspection can help detect problems. Contact Go Direct today!

Why You Need Sewer Camera Inspection Service

A broken or backed-up sewer system can lead to a disaster that may cause health risks. If left untreated, broken or clogged sewer systems can also lead to costly repairs or replacements. A sewer camera inspection can help detect issues so you can follow up with sewer line repairs before the problem gets worse.

Go Direct Plumbing, Sewer and Water specializes in sewer scope inspection services such as sewer inspections, repairs, installations, and replacements. Not only do we have the expertise but also the equipment to handle any job, big or small.

What Are Sewer Backups?

Sewer backups are a foul-smelling, extremely gross mixture of human waste, dirty water, garbage, and mineral salts flowing into your home. Raw sewage contains organic matter and bacteria that emit odorous gases and harmful pathogens into the air you breathe. So, if you have a sewer backup in your basement or any part of your home, you need to get it cleaned immediately and contact us for sewer inspection and repairs.

Possible Causes of Sewer Backup

There are many causes of sewer backups. Your sewer system — whether private or shared — contains pipes that allow wastewater to flow from your home to its destination (a septic tank or an underground sewer main).

When something clogs these pipes, it prevents wastewater from flowing effectively. Eventually, this polluted water will get backed up and end up in your home.

Sewer backups are often triggered by putting items down drains that shouldn’t be in there. This includes grease, oils, fats, wipes, solid objects, hair, certain foods, and more.

However, issues can also take place due to plumbing problems inside your home or outside of the house, including roots infiltrating pipes, improper seals in pipes, older pipes deteriorating, or even traffic over sewer pipes. These same issues can take place in septic backups.

Another thing that can potentially cause a sewer backup is heavy rain. When rain falls heavily, the sewer system can fill up with water that’s forced through the pipes in your home, resulting in sewer backups.

In addition, some homes have affluent pumps that pump wastewater to its destination. These pumps can malfunction and cause a backup.

How Our Process Works

Here’s how our sewer line inspections work.

Step 1: Locate the Sewer Line Issue

Sewer line problems are usually hidden from plain sight. That’s why we use an advanced sewer camera to inspect your pipes. We begin the process by pushing the camera through the pipes in your home where the backup is. This allows us to view the problem on a handheld device.

Step 2: Recommend a Solution

Once we identify the cause of your sewer backup, we come up with a customized solution tailored to your needs. Our recommendation may include sewer line repair services, such as using a sewer snake to remove whatever is clogging your pipes or sewer line jetting that helps clean your sewer line. In a worst-case scenario, sewer line replacement may be required.

The following are just some of the issues that could be the cause of your backup:

  • Tree roots that have grown into the sewer lines, causing them to clog
  • Debris clogging the pipes
  • Sewer channels
  • Misaligned, punctured, or corroded pipes
  • Grease and waste buildups
  • Vitreous clay pipes (VCP) prone to cracking, shifting, or offsetting (usually found in older Phoenix homes)
  • Improperly installed pipes that can have slope issues or a low spot referred to as a belly
  • Layers of pitch and wood pulp pressed together, also known as Orangeburg pipe.
  • Cracks and breaks from wear and tear or tree roots

Step 3: Fix the Problem

Whether you require water or sewer line repairs or a complete sewer replacement job, we can help get the job done right and on budget.

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Drain Snake Phoenix

Drain clogs are a common problem in metro Phoenix homes. A drain snake, also called an auger, is one way to clear the clog.

Homeowners can purchase a drain snake at a Phoenix area hardware store. The drain snake is a flexible rod with a u or v shaped blade at the end, which grabs onto the clog and pulls it out of the drain. These drain snakes are typically manual and have a limited reach, which means they can work on smaller clogs close to the drain, but not clogs that are more solid and further down the pipe.

Go Direct uses a specialized tool to snake a drain line by powering through your sewer lines, clearing clogs and other obstructions to get your drain flowing quickly. Go Direct also has a sewer camera they can run through your line, allowing technicians to see if there are other problems with your sewer line, including buildup, bellies, tree roots, and so on.

The drain snake can be inserted in branch lines (from sinks, showers, or bathtubs), in sewer cleanouts, or down the house’s main sewer line, where it typically leads out to the street and connects with the municipal sewer line. We may find the underlying cause of the backup is tree roots, scale, cracks, debris, slope issues, bellies, sewer channels, or other issues. We may also uncover misaligned, broken, punctured, off-grade, or corroded pipes, as well as grease and waste buildups, leaks, and obstructions.

If we find scale or grease buildup in your pipes, we may recommend sewer jetting to clean out your sewer line. If we find cracks, deteriorating, or misaligned pipes, we will recommend either sewer line repair or sewer line replacement.

Go Direct uses a specialized drain snake to power through your sewer lines, clearing clogs and other obstructions to get your drain flowing quickly. We have the equipment and experienced technicians to make sure your sewer lines are in good shape and working properly.

How to Snake a Drain Line to Unclog Drains

For clogged drains in metro Phoenix homes, we typically use a sewer snake. A sewer snake is a flexible cable with a coil of metal wire at the end. The sewer snake can push through clogs, breaking up blockages and tree roots to allow them to flow through the pipe. The coil at the end of the sewer snake grabs the remaining clog and pulls it out through the drain.

The drain snake can be inserted in pipe branch lines such as sinks, showers, or bathtubs, in sewer cleanouts, or down the house’s main sewer line, where it typically leads out to the street and connects with the municipal sewer line.

The sewer snakes used by Go Direct are more specialized and powerful than those found at hardware stores and are equipped with a camera to identify the source of the clog, diagnose any sewer line problems, and reduce damage to your pipes during the cleanout process.

Things That Clog Your Drains

A clogged drain may start when organic matter like hair and grease buildup inside the walls of sewer pipes. As the pipes narrow from buildup, waste and debris can get stuck and completely block the flow. This leads to backups in sinks, drains, toilets, and overflow drains.

With a drain snake and camera inspection we can find the underlying cause of the backup!

The powerful plumbing snake pushes through your sewer lines and clears clogs and other obstructions to get your drain flowing. The plumbing snake has a blade at the end that grabs the clog and pulls it out. The clog could be a foul mix of hair, grease, waste, and paper products, depending on the section of the pipe where the clog was located. The plumbing snake can also break up tree roots that have burrowed their way into sewer lines of your metro Denver home in search of moisture and nutrients.

If the buildup inside sewer pipes contributed to the clog, we may recommend sewer jetting to clean out your sewer line. If we find extensive damage to pipes, including cracks and breaks, we may recommend either sewer line repair or sewer line replacement.

Benefits of a Plumbing Snake

In older metro Denver homes, we might find Orangeburg pipe (layers of wood pulp and pitch pressed together), which are susceptible to cracks and breaks from tree roots. Older homes also have vitreous clay pipes (VCP), which are prone to problems with tree roots, shifting, cracking or offsetting. If installed improperly or if you have a lot of ground settlement in your area, these pipes can have a belly (low spot).

A sewer snake with a camera can diagnose these issues and spot problems before they get worse. If caught early, portions of a sewer line can be replaced instead of the entire line saving you money and hassle.

Yearly sewer snakes are recommended to maintain your sewer lines and prevent further costly problems. A yearly sewer snake is $79 for most residential properties. Call today to keep your water lines flowing in the right direction.

Sewer Snake

Do you have a clogged drain? A clogged drain may start when organic matter like hair and grease buildup inside the walls of sewer pipes. As the pipes narrow from buildup, waste and debris can get stuck and completely block the flow. This leads to backups in sinks and drains.

Go Direct specializes in sewer services (sewer inspections, installations, repairs, and replacements). We have the equipment and experienced technicians to make sure your sewer lines are in good shape and working properly.

For clogged drains, we typically use a sewer snake to snake a drain line. A sewer snake is a flexible cable with a coil of metal wire at the end. The sewer snake can push through clogs, breaking up blockages and tree roots to allow them to flow through the pipe. The coil at the end of the sewer snake grabs the remaining clog and pulls it out through the drain.

When we snake a drain line, there is a camera attached, allowing Go Direct’s technicians to see if there are problems with your sewer line that contributed to the clog. The sewer inspection can uncover tree roots, scale, cracks, debris, slope issues, bellies, sewer channels, or other issues. The sewer inspection can also show misaligned, broken, punctured, off-grade, or corroded pipes, as well as grease and waste buildups, leaks, and obstructions.

If the buildup inside sewer pipes contributed to the clog, we may recommend sewer jetting to clean out your sewer line. If we find extensive damage to pipes, including cracks and breaks, we may recommend either sewer line repair or sewer line replacement.

Plumbing Snake

A plumbing snake is a tool used to remove clogs in your metro Denver home. In addition to removing clogs, Go Direct’s technicians are able to use the sewer camera attached to the plumbing snake to inspect your sewer lines.

The powerful plumbing snake pushes through your sewer lines and clears clogs and other obstructions to get your drain flowing. The plumbing snake has a blade at the end that grabs the clog and pulls it out. The clog could be a foul mix of hair, grease, waste, and paper products, depending on the section of the pipe where the clog was located. The plumbing snake can also break up tree roots that have burrowed their way into sewer lines of your metro Denver home in search of moisture and nutrients.

The location of the backup tells Go Direct’s technician where to insert the plumbing snake and camera. It may be inserted down the drain of a branch line (from sinks, showers, or bathtubs), in a sewer cleanout, or in the house’s main sewer line. If your sewer line is connected to a municipal sewer line, the plumbing snake can be pushed all the way out to connection to identify sewer line problems along the way.

In older metro Denver homes, we might find Orangeburg pipe (layers of wood pulp and pitch pressed together), which are susceptible to cracks and breaks from tree roots. We might also find vitreous clay pipes (VCP), which are prone to problems with tree roots, shifting, cracking or offsetting. If installed improperly or if you have a lot of ground settlement in your area, these pipes can have a belly (low spot).

If the sewer camera uncovers buildup, we may recommend sewer jetting to clean out your sewer line. If we find extensive damage to pipes, we will recommend either sewer line repair or sewer line replacement.


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Water Line Replacement Phoenix

Go Direct Plumbing, Sewer and Water is your go-to source for repair and water line replacement in Phoenix. Minor water leaks can turn into huge problems if left alone. Living without running water is a problem Phoenix area homeowners and their families want to avoid.

What are the signs you might need a water line replacement? Low water pressure. Unexpectedly high water bills. A marshy area or sinkhole in your yard.

Most Phoenix area homes connect to a municipal water supply through a water line that enters the home in a crawlspace, basement wall, or concrete slab. Damage to the water lines can be from rust, corrosion, tree roots, expansive soils, freezing temperatures, etc.

If your pipes are made of lead or we find significant damage to your pipes, we will recommend replacement. Go Direct’s water line replacement Phoenix professionals know the material and methods required for your municipality, and will obtain permits for your project.

Materials

Most Phoenix metro municipalities, including the City of Phoenix and The Valley of the Sun, require durable copper piping, but a few require plastic or composite materials to combat corrosion.

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Go Direct Plumbing, Sewer and Waters offers financing for these unexpected expenses.

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Water Line Repair Phoenix

Imagine your life without running water – you can’t use your tap, flush a toilet, or take a shower? When your water line bursts, you want the problem fixed right away. Go Direct has representatives available to take your call at (602) 922-3232.

Go Direct specializes in Phoenix water line repair and replacement. Most metro Phoenix area homes connect to a municipal water supply line and have a water line entering your home through a crawlspace, basement wall, or concrete slab. Damage to water lines in the Phoenix area can be caused by the ground shifting due to expansive soils, tree roots, material decay, rust, corrosion, or freezing temperatures. You may notice water line problems from high water bills, low water pressure, or sinkholes developing around your property.

The age of your water line along with the type of material used dictates whether a main water line repair or replacement is the best solution. We also look at the history of repairs, if there is one. A previously repaired water line should probably be replaced to avoid future repairs.

If you live in an older metro Phoenix home, your water lines could be made of lead or galvanized steel pipe. With galvanized steel pipes, holes and cracks can appear and result in leaks or ruptures. Decaying lead pipes can be dangerous to your family’s health, as lead particles seep into your water supply. A water line replacement would be a better option than a main water line repair in these instances.

Based on your particular situation, Go Direct will recommend either traditional or trenchless water line repair or replacement. We understand this can be an unexpected expense and offer financing.

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Water Line Phoenix and the Metro Area

Most metro Phoenix houses have a water supply line that runs underground from the street to your home through a crawlspace, basement wall, or concrete slab. While water line leaks inside your home may be obvious, an underground water leak may go unnoticed for a while. If your water bills are high or your water pressure is low, you might need an immediate water line repair or replacement.

Just like sewer lines, your water line can leak, crack or break. If your metro Phoenix home was built before 1960, your water line was probably made of lead or galvanized steel pipe. Lead lines can decay and particles of the corroded lead can contaminate your tap water. With galvanized steel pipes, holes and cracks can appear and result in leaks or ruptures that require water line replacement.

Damage to water lines in the Phoenix area can be caused by the ground shifting due to expansive soils, tree roots, and material decay. Rust and corrosion, along with freezing temperatures, can also cause water lines to leak or burst.

The age of the water line, along with the type of material used in the water line, dictate whether a water line repair or replacement is the best solution. We also look at the history of repairs, if there is one. A previously repaired water line should be replaced to avoid future repairs.

Go Direct technicians have the equipment to replace or repair your water line. Our goal is an installation that creates minimal disruption to your yard. Based on your particular situation, we will recommend either traditional or trenchless water line repair or replacement. We understand this can be an unexpected expense and offer financing.

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