Water Line Repair in Edmonton

Does Your Water Line Need Repairing or Have Low Pressure?

At Capital Plumbing & Heating, we perform water line repair, replacement, and installation services in Edmonton. Most homes receive their water from one single water line from the public water source.

If you experience a discoloration in your water or low water pressure, there may be an issue with your water line. You will want to find the source of the leak, clog, or issue quickly to resolve the problem and keep water flowing efficiently to your home.

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How Do You Know If Your Water Line is Damaged?

Your water line is a critical component to your home’s plumbing system. When you notice any issues, do not wait to call our plumbers. Water line repairs and services should be done quickly to prevent issues from growing worse.

If left unresolved, water line leaks can cause mold or mildew to grow inside your walls, which can compromise the structure of your home. Cracks, clogs, and fissures are often the main causes of water line issues, and this can often be repaired quickly to avoid any larger problems.

If your pipeline is outdated or damaged, it should be replaced. Before we replace any piping, we will try to make repairs to the existing pipes and try to restore its functionality. Our professionals use their experience and training to make repairs and replacements they know will be suitable for efficiency and safety of your plumbing system.

If you need water line repair and services in Edmonton, trust Capital Plumbing & Heating! Contact us to receive a quote for your plumbing services today!

Frequently Asked Questions

Questions? We’ve got you covered! Check out our FAQ for quick answers to common queries. Need info not covered? Reach out, and we’ll happily assist with any questions or concerns you have. We’re here to help!

1. How Can I Tell If My Water Line Is Broken?

Some common signs of a broken water line are wet areas in your yard, low water pressure, discolored water, gurgling sounds, or a sudden increase in your water bill. If you notice any of these symptoms, you should inspect your water line for any leaks, cracks, or corrosion.

2. What Should I Do If I Suspect a Water Line Break?

If you suspect a water line break, you should turn off the main water valve to stop the water flow and prevent further damage. Then, you should call a professional plumber as soon as possible to locate and repair the break. You should also try to contain the water with buckets, towels, or a wet-dry vacuum to minimize the impact on your property.

3. How Can I Prevent Future Water Line Breaks?

You can prevent future water line breaks by taking proper care of your plumbing system and avoiding some common mistakes, such as overloading your drains, using harsh chemicals, and ignoring minor issues.

4. How Do You Fix a Broken Water Line?

The best way to fix a broken water line is to hire a professional plumber who has the expertise and equipment to handle the job. Depending on the location and severity of the damage, the plumber may use different methods, such as trenchless pipe repair, pipe bursting, or pipe relining, to repair or replace the water line without causing too much disruption to your property.

5. How Do You Fix an Underground Water Line?

Fixing an underground water line can be a challenging and costly task, as it requires digging up the ground and exposing the pipe. However, with the help of modern technology, some plumbers can use trenchless pipe repair techniques, such as pipe bursting or pipe relining, to fix the underground water line without digging up the entire area.

6. Can You Repair a Water Supply Line Leak?

Yes, you can repair a water supply line leak, but it depends on the type and extent of the leak. For minor leaks, you may be able to use temporary solutions, such as rubber pipe connectors, pipe clamps, epoxy compounds, or duct tape, to seal the leak until you can get a plumber to fix it properly.

Real Customer Reviews on Google

Kevin ConradKevin Conrad
18:16 16 Feb 24
Great customer service, great job, always great at explaining everything
Joshua LothamerJoshua Lothamer
04:11 16 Feb 24
Friendly, informative, and overall a pleasure to deal with Chris. Capital Plumbing unfortunately has a $99 show up fee, understandable, and I did not compare prices so will not attest to that but they showed up within 24 hours when a lot of others said within a week.
Jeanette SpanikJeanette Spanik
08:21 10 Feb 24
Prompt & Courteous Service.
George RamsayGeorge Ramsay
18:42 09 Feb 24
Chris is an excellent hard working gentleman. Very satisfied.
Michael NiemiMichael Niemi
20:33 08 Feb 24
I used Capital Plumbing at my old residence. They were the best then and still continue to be today. I knew when I called for service for my new place I would definitely get the same service. I was right and they didn’t disappoint. The technician was excellent. The lady that answered the phone was the best customer service representative I have ever talk to. They are very lucky to have such a great representative for their company answer the phone. It all starts with the phone call. I would 100% recommend this company to everyone
Josiah DyckerhoffJosiah Dyckerhoff
18:27 24 Jan 24
(Updated from 1 to 3 stars) They eventually did the work they said they would do but:- they didn’t do the work the first time they came- I had to call them six times to get them to finally listen and come back without charging me even more- the tech complained to my wife that the job was underquoted (even though the quote was given on site after a thorough examination of our system)- I have no way of checking whether he did a good job or rushed through it because he thought we weren’t paying enoughI give 3 stars because the job was eventually completed but I had to hound them and argue to get them to do the job they originally agreed to for the price they quoted. If you want the full story, read on.I asked them to come give me a quote for a water softener and descaling - they originally told me it would be a free quote and then tried to change that to be $100 for a “service call”, which I had to argue to avoid.The tech was friendly and helpful, so I agreed to do the descaling for about $500. After maybe 45 minutes he said he couldn’t do the descaling because he didn’t know if the unit was designed to be descaled, and he admitted he didn’t really do anything for me. He charged me a reduced price but still over $250, and I didn’t think I had any choice. After he left I called the boiler manufacturer and within 10 minutes found out it should be descaled.It took two weeks of me calling over and over, speaking to different receptionists and hearing various reasons they couldn’t do it yet or couldn’t confirm a price and then they would just stop calling me back. Finally I was told I would have to pay the full original price on top of what I already paid. I said that was unacceptable because all I am asking is for them to do what they originally said they would do and I am willing to pay the difference.I was told a manager would reach out to me to discuss. Mid afternoon I called again and was told he had just stepped out but would call as soon as he got back. Finally the next morning he called back and agreed to do what I was asking, and a tech came the next week. The tech was at our house for about 1.5 hours and complained that we were underquoted but still honoured the price.
DonnaDonna
04:59 28 Dec 23
Second time I’ve used Capital Plumbing because first experience was fantastic as was my current experience. Dave is very knowledgeable and explained everything. Explained the cost process before picking up a part. Will be definitely requesting Dave when needed in the future. Thank you so much.
A NA N
19:49 21 Nov 23
Dave and the team were great! I had an issue with my in-floor heating and they were easy to schedule, on time to the appointment and very pleasant!They even returned on a courtesy after my initial appointment to validate everything was working. Thank you!!
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