Q: Why do I have water bubbling up in my front lawn?

A: If you notice water bubbling or a large wet spot on your property it is most likely the result of a broken waterline.


Q: How often should I clean my drainage system?

A: This depends on many factors such as the age of your home, material used, the lay of the land, as well as the area you live in. By doing an initial cleaning of your system we can provide you with proper maintenance program for your home.


Q: My drainage system is 30 years old. Do I need to replace it?

A: If you have problems with an older drainage system replacing is often necessary. By identifying the areas that are causing the problems and repairing the system, you can often extended the life of your drainage system for many more years.


Q: I have a crack in my foundation. Can I fix it from the inside?

A: There are products that can be used to try to fix a crack from the inside of your foundation. We believe the best way to ensure this crack does not become a reoccurring problem is to fix it from the outside preventing water from entering your home.


Q: Why do I hear water running inside my house when no taps are open?

A: If you are constantly hearing water running in your house you may have a leak in your waterline. The constant flow of water leaving your pipe creates sound vibrations that can often be heard throughout your plumbing system.


Q: Why is my  water pressure suddenly low?

A: This may be due to a failing pressure reducing valve or PRV, which reduces the water pressure upon entering your house to a more manageable level. This may also be a result of a large leak in your waterline, or even a leak in the municipal main.


Q: Should I repair or replace my water line?

A: Replacing your line is not always necessary, often it can be repaired saving you money depending on the age of your pipe, material, and location of the leak.