Water Main Replacement Portland
Portland Plumber: Do You Have a Leak That Just Won’t Stop?
We recently received a call from a couple in Lake Oswego complaining that their toilet was running even after they shut down their whole house water valve. We immediately suspected this was a case of a water main break, and once we instructed them to check their water meter, this was confirmed. We replaced their water main line the very next day.
You’re in dangerous territory if you can hear water moving through your home when the water main line is shut down. It means there’s a break somewhere possibly creating pockets of water around your home. If you suspect a water main break, act fast.
1. Shut off the water main valve.
It’s imperative that all water be immediately stopped in its tracks to prevent flooding and water damage, not to mention excessively high utility bills. Water main valves are typically located in basements or crawlspaces.
2. Check the water meter.
You’re looking for a little red lever with a star on it. If this is spinning when the water valve is off, it means there’s a leak.
3. Call 3 Mountains Plumbing.
Don’t go it alone. Of course it’s in our best interest to promote ourselves, but the truth is, water service repair and replacement is not a do-it-yourself project. Your home needs to be saved from impending flooding. Do not hesitate to contact a professionally licensed plumbing team with expert tools and equipment to get the job done right, and right away.
How Can We Help?
3 Mountains Plumbing has nearly 15 years of experience replacing water main lines throughout Lake Oswego and the greater Portland community. Our fully-licensed team of journeymen technicians will visit your home and provide you with a fixed price that is never subject to change. Also:
- We use Wirsbo pipe that comes with an unmatched 25-year warranty
- We use advanced directional boring technology to protect your property’s natural landscape
- We are always available 24-hours a day/seven-days a week
Contact 3 Mountains Plumbing of Portland to learn more about how we can help provide water main line solutions for your home.