Water Line Repairs in Philadelphia
Call Joseph Giannone Plumbing Heating & Air Conditioning for the Finest Craftsmanship
A broken water line is a significant problem. Whether it’s a pinhole leak causing an extremely slow drip or a sudden burst in your lines that sends you into a frenzied panic, leaking water can cause tremendous damage to your home in a short amount of time. The longer your leak is allowed to continue, the worse things can get. While a small amount of water can cause things like damaged flooring and drywall, continual water exposure can lead to mold growth, foundational slipping, and other immensely expensive and difficult to repair issues. Why wait? If you have a faulty water line that needs repaired, call Joseph Giannone Plumbing Heating & Air Conditioning!
If your water lines are leaking, Joseph Giannone Plumbing Heating & Air Conditioning can help! Schedule your Philadelphia water line repair by calling (215) 375-7134 today.
What Causes Water Line Leaks?
A leaking water line can be caused by a ton of different things. While we build plumbing systems to last and be able to withstand the rigors of constant water pressure and day to day use, no part of your home is completely immune to issues. Materials can wear out, outside forces can present an unforeseen challenge, and even changes in operating conditions might prove to be too much for your pipes to handle, particularly as they get older.
Water Lines Can Start Leaking for a Variety of Reasons, Including:
- Foundation shifting or settling
- Excessive expansion or contraction
- Corrosion & rusting
- Excessive water pressure
- Freezing temperatures
Keeping an eye out for all of these issues can seem like a truly impossible task. After all, how can the average person know if their Philadelphia home has shifted as little as a quarter of an inch in a particular direction over the span of several years? This might not seem like a lot, but it might be enough to place major strain on your pipes, resulting in unexpected water line leaks.
Types of Water Line Materials We Work With
Joseph Giannone Plumbing Heating & Air Conditioning offers repairs for all types of water lines, including those built from both older and new materials alike. Our plumbers in Philadelphia are experienced with everything from galvanized steel to copper and other metal materials, and can offer total repiping if needed. We also work with the latest in modern, composite materials, including fully-recyclable plastics like PEX, PVC, and more.
Finding Your Leak with Leak Detection
While it’s easy to spot a burst pipe or other major problem due to water pouring into your home, finding a subtle, pinhole-sized leak is a lot tougher. At Joseph Giannone Plumbing Heating & Air Conditioning, we offer electronic leak detection services that can help pinpoint these small leaks wherever they might be without the costly and difficult job of digging into your foundation or ripping out your walls. This minimizes rebuild and remodel time, finishes the job faster, and saves you money!
Philadelphia's Choice for Water Line Repairs
Joseph Giannone has always taken pride in offering quality, reliable, and truly local services throughout the Philadelphia area. Since we first opened our doors nearly a century ago, customers have come to us for their needs, no matter how large or small, simply because they know they can count on us to take care of things right. As a locally-operated business staffed by Philadelphia-area residents, we can genuinely say we’re a company built by the community for the community.
We always use the finest available materials and tools to ensure our craftsmanship is second to none, and we treat your problem with the urgency you expect and demand. That includes offering emergency services and same-day availability so you don’t have to wait any longer than necessary.
Contact Philadelphia’s local water line specialists at Joseph Giannone Plumbing Heating & Air Conditioning today!
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