Do you know how you get your water? Your home is networked to a city water line through a series of pipes that stretch out to your street. The city ensures that their main lines are continually filled with plenty of water for you and the rest of your neighborhood. If you experience a lack of water or a decrease in water pressure, your water line may be to blame.
Water is essential for every day life. If you're experiencing issues with water flow, it's time to call a professional to investigate your water line.
Your water line may be damaged if you notice:
We may need to replace your lines, especially if they are over 60 years old. Copper pipes are sensitive to a phenomenon called electrolysis, which is an electrical leak that can occur deep in the ground and corrode metals. Also, construction crews can damage water lines when they are drilling into the earth. Make note of any work that was done near your house recently. Let a Kennesaw plumber come to your aid.
Before you call a plumber, make sure that things are squared away with your water bill. Companies are apt to shut off your water if you do not pay your bill on time. It is worth taking a few minutes to call your provider and ensure that they did not shut off your supply because of a miscommunication with payment. When talking with your provider, you may also want to ask if there have been any other complaints about water problems in your neighborhood.
Sometimes, the issue at hand may not be your personal water line. City water lines can burst or leak, causing a water shortage for the entire neighborhood. If this is the case, the city is responsible to fix the issue as soon as possible.
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