NYC Queens Residents, Need Main Water Line Repair Help

Main Water Lines

From Flushing, to Elmhurst, Astoria, Bayside, Jackson Heights, Corona, Maspeth or anywhere in the Borough of Queens NY, Alex Figliolia Water & Sewer will provide you with all your water main and sewer repairs.  The primary function of plumbing is to bring fresh water in and dirty water out of a property. The complexity of the plumbing system will depend on its type– hospital, school, restaurant, office building, home, apartment complex, etc. – in addition to its size. Nevertheless, its job and its importance to the people living or working in the property remains the same.

Water lines are the system of pipes that connect your home or business to the public water supply. Monitoring these pipes for leaks, cracks, misalignment, corrosion or other forms of pipe damage is close to impossible because they are underground and difficult to access without digging. Water line repair, however, is crucial because water contaminated by water line damage could jeopardize the health and well-being of anyone who uses them.

Common Signs of Water Line Damage include:

Discolored or foul smelling water
Water with a metallic taste
Dirt or debris floating in water
Sludge, silt, rust or debris found in water line upon inspection

Alex Figliolia Water & Sewer, prides itself on offering our customers the best in residential and commercial plumbing. We offer real emergency service – that means our team of plumbing experts is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to provide water line and other underground plumbing repairs, replacement, and diagnostics. Our teams are specially trained to use the best products in the industry and the most state-of-the-art techniques including video pipe inspection and trenchless (no dig) pipe repair, which prevents disruption and damage to your property.

Contact Alex Figliolia Water & Sewer, at the first sign of water line damage or schedule preventative maintenance service, which can help you detect underlying issues before a plumbing disaster strikes.