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Water and Sewer Line Installation and Repair

Are you in need of repair of a leaking water line in your house? Looking for a trusted plumber to install water and sewer lines and that new bathroom addition? Do you need a new sewer or water main line installed?  No matter whether you need interior or exterior water and sewer line installation or repair, choose McNabb Plumbing.

Problems with Your Water or Sewer Lines?

Schedule an appointment with McNabb Plumbing and we’ll be there to help in no time!

If These Walls Could Talk

The only thing worse than finding a leaking faucet or toilet supply line is not finding a leaking pipe hidden inside your walls or ceilings.  Depending on the severity of the leak and time it goes unnoticed, a homeowner can be faced with thousands of dollars in damages.

Signs of a Leaking Pipe

  1. Mold or mildew on baseboards, walls, and ceilings
  2. Discoloration and warping of paint and wood trim
  3. Expanded or buckling wood flooring
  4. Musty damp odors
  5. Pooling of water, especially in areas where you can rule out other plumbing issues, such as leaking faucets or damaged appliances.
  6. An unusually high bill. Your water bill can fluctuate especially in the summertime if you are watering your lawn or garden or washing your car, but if you can’t explain increases your water bill, you may have a leak.

How to Determine if You Might Have a Leak

If you suspect you have a leak, then perform the following steps:

  1. Make sure you are using no water in your house. Make sure all faucets are closed and that you are not using your dishwasher or washing machine. Turn off all exterior faucets.
  2. Check the water meter and see if it is moving. A moving water meter would indicate a fast leak. If there is no movement, wait an hour or two and see if it has moved. If it has, then you probably have a slow leak.
  3. You may also have a leak in your main water line. To detect this type of leak, locate your main water shut off valve and turn it off. If the meter is spinning, the leak would be in your main water line.

What Comes In Must Go Out

Your water lines carry water into your house, and sewer pipes carry out all your waste. Whether you need interior sewer drains or your main sewer line replaced, McNabb has you covered. McNabb Plumbing will quickly diagnose any sewer line damage using our cutting-edge camera technology.  Once we diagnose the problem, we use an advanced Perma Liner no-dig pipe-lining system to repair your sewer line. This trenchless technology eliminates the need to dig up your yard. This system lowers repair costs and time and eliminates the need for additional landscaping to repair damage to your yard.

Click here to learn more about our Perma Liner Technology.

Why Choose McNabb Plumbing

Do suspect or have clear evidence of a leak or damage to an interior or exterior water pipe? Are you ready for McNabb to plumb your new dream bathroom? Then it’s time to contact McNabb Plumbing. We use our advanced technology to precisely locate your leak, whether it’s in the walls or your yard. We know that you’re probably already stressed by the leak and any damage already caused by it. We’ll make sure to minimize any dust, debris, and further damage while repairing your pipes to make sure we don’t add to an already stressful situation.

If you’re fortunate not have a leak, but to install water lines in your new dream bath or kitchen, we have that covered, too. Nothing is worse than spending large amounts of money and time to renovate your new your home, only to find that some part of the remodel was done incorrectly.

Schedule Your Appointment

New pipes? Not a problem for us–whether that’s for repair or expansion, we’re ready to install for you. Schedule an appointment today!


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