100% Guaranteed Water Line Repair in Dallas-Ft. Worth metroplex

Let Diamond Blue Air & Plumbing help you with water line repair in Dallas-Ft. Worth metroplex. Our pro plumbers can handle it all, from a small repair to full water line replacement.

Leaks inside your home are a common and annoying problem. But a leak outside your home brings a whole new set of challenges. But neither is a match for the qualified professionals at Diamond Blue.

Our plumbers are fully licensed, insured, and certified to identify and repair damaged water lines. They even carry the coveted “Grandma” certification, which means we’ll treat you like family. And we’ll back our work with a 100% guarantee*.

Call us at 469-505-0525 to schedule an appointment today.

9 Signs You Have a Water Line Leak

Water line leaks can be different from indoor plumbing leaks. That’s because your water line system is also outside, buried in your yard. It can be affected by invasive tree roots or when other utility lines are installed.

It takes different techniques and equipment to detect and fix outdoor water line leaks, but we’re well-equipped to handle it either way.

If you think there might be a damaged water line somewhere, there are several things you can be on the lookout for.

1. Unusually High Water Bill

Pay attention to your water bill. If you haven’t used more water than usual but your bill suddenly doubles, you probably have a leak. Other times, your bill will just go up a little bill. This is much more difficult to catch, but it will get worse as the leak grows and wastes more water.

If you suspect you have a leak, you can use your water meter as confirmation.

First, make sure you’re not using any water inside or outside your house. Next, check your water meter. If the dial continues to move, you probably have a leak.

Next, you’ll want to determine whether the leak is inside or outside your home. Turn off the main shutoff valve, which is typically located in your garage or basement.

If the dial keeps moving, the leak is inside your home. If it stops moving, the leak is between the meter and your home.

2. Water in the Street or Yard

Bubbling water in the street or wet spots in your yard are clear signs that you have a problem.

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3. Moldy Walls, Ceilings or Floors

Even if you frequently clean your bathroom, mold and mildew can still grow. If you’re seeing major mold on a wall, ceiling or baseboards, you may be dealing with a water leak.

4. Damaged Walls, Ceilings or Floors

Water stains, wet spots, soft surfaces and sagging are symptoms of a leaking pipe. It’s common for these problems to happen in rooms with bad ventilation or extreme humidity. But they’re a real problem if you’re experiencing other water leak symptoms.

5. Stagnant Odors

Stagnant or musty odors can be a sign of water damage. Walls or flooring that’s constantly wet from a dripping pipe can make a room smell bad.

6. Loud Pipes

For the most part, your plumbing should be quiet. It isn’t normal to hear knocking sounds while running water. This means your pipes could be loose or on the verge of leaking.

7. Low Water Pressure

Poor water pressure can be caused by a burst pipe. We can check your lines through a water pressure test that helps isolate the problem.

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8. Discolored Water

Water that’s a weird color could be bad for your health. Brown, red or yellow water commonly means a water main has broken in your area. But it can also be caused by old, rusty pipes. Don’t ignore green or blue water, because it means your pipes are likely corroded.

9. Damaged Foundation

A water line leak can significantly damage your home’s foundation if it goes on long enough.

Some danger signs of a slab leak include:

  • Wet carpet or warped wood flooring
  • Unusual water pooling
  • Mold/mildew growth or odor
  • Unexplained hot spots on the floor
  • Cracked or shifting foundation

We Provide Expert Water Line Replacement Too

If you end up needing water line replacement, we’ve got you covered. Newer lines are less likely to fail and usually don’t require as much service as older systems do.

Give us a call today at 469-505-0525 or contact us online to see why we’re the best when it comes to water line repair or replacement. Schedule an appointment and get your utilities back to tip-top shape in no time.