We at Carolina Plumbing and Repair are re-piping water lines for homes like yours, including sewer mainlines, gas lines, and water lines that run to and from your home or to other places on your property.
- Septic Tank -If you have moved into a home with a septic tank or it has been awhile since your home away from home has had the septic tank pumped, you should get your tank maintained right away. If you wait too long to maintain the tank, some of the sludge from the tank can creep into the plumbing causing a need for re-piping water lines. This can also create back flow and flooding into your home of water the septic tank system is unable to receive, which is yet another reason you can need re-piping water lines to your home.
- Sewer and Utility Mainlines – Occasionally sewer mainlines to your home can break, and the general rule is if water or gas lines are on your property, then they are your responsibility to repair and not your water, sewer, or utility providers. These lines may have broken due to a natural disaster, unusual ground settling, or even landscaping efforts of your own doing. We at CPR are prepared to help you take care of these kinds of major re-piping repairs.
- Additional Outbuildings -If you have a guest house, a barn, or a vast amount of property or some large animals to water, you could have water lines running all over your property. If your spigot no longer works, or after a season you discover that your guests no longer have running water, we are here to help with the essential re-piping of these water lines so you can get back to your normal routine.