Sweetwater Plumbing Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Water Lines’

A Broken Water Line Is a Serious Problem

Monday, November 30th, 2020

leaking-pipeWe all know that a water leak in your house is troublesome. However, unless the leak is a major one, pinhole leaks rarely bring your day to a screeching halt. A break in your main water line will.

Your main water line as you have likely guessed is responsible for delivering filtered, clean, safe water to your home that you use for drinking, washing, and more. A break, burst, or disconnect in this line can mean big trouble for your household. With our help though you can get this issue resolved quickly and get your home’s plumbing functioning again. Just reach out to us to get an appointment with an emergency plumber in Ontario, CA to get things fixed.

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Tree Roots and Your Water Line

Monday, October 17th, 2016

The water line is one of the essential parts of your home’s plumbing system. Without it, you don’t have freshwater coming in from the municipal system and to your faucets and appliances. Water lines are built to last for decades, but they’re still susceptible to damage from a number of sources. One of them is from tree roots that burrow down into the pipe, leading to blocking the line or causing it to break.

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You May Need a Water Pressure Regulator

Monday, September 26th, 2016

High water pressure in your home may sound like it’s a ­positive thing. After all, if the water pressure is too low, it makes it harder to clean dishes in the kitchen or take a decent shower. But what you really want in your house is balanced water pressure, around 80 psi (pounds per square inch). If the water pressure is higher than this, you’ll run into trouble with your plumbing leading to expensive repairs.

But there’s a remedy: a water pressure regulator.

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