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If You Notice This Happening, You Should See if Your Water Line Needs Repair

The water line is the pipe that extends from the city’s water main (or a well, if you use one) to your home. It is responsible for transporting all fresh water into your plumbing system, which makes it a pretty important part of your home. Water lines are designed to be very resilient, and most people don’t need to repair or replace their water lines in their lifetime. However, you should still be aware of the indications that your water line has a problem. Read on to find out more about when to call for water line repairs.

Pools Forming in the Yard

When a water line suffers a large leak, all of that water has to go somewhere. On most properties, it will bubble up through the ground and start forming pools in the front or back yard. If you have pools of water mysteriously appearing on your property, and they seem to be getting larger, you probably have a water line leak somewhere. You should call for repairs as soon as possible, before it gets worse.

Rising Water Bills

You should always keep an eye on your various utility bills, as they can serve as an early warning system for various problems. Your water bill is no different. If you notice sudden spikes in your water bills, especially over a couple of months, it is possible that you have a rupture in your water line. You can also confirm this by turning off all the water appliances in your home and looking at your water meter. If the meter is still running, you definitely have a leak. Have a professional look at your system to determine the exact location of the leak.

If you need water line repairs, call Tuckers Air Conditioning, Heating & Plumbing. We offer comprehensive water line repair services throughout Rockville, MD. 

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