Before Any More Flooding Occurs, Call Us For Emergency Repair
We tend not to really take note of or appreciate sewer, storm or water mains when they are working properly. But when their function goes sour, it can ruin your entire day. If water or sewage is quickly rushing out in the yard or middle of the street, the expert underground utility contractors at Water Worx are here to assist you with our swift, courteous service.
Contact Us For a Professional Emergency Repair
Call us at 919-917-7579 or send a message to schedule an appointment for any of your emergency repair needs.
Some causes of a water main break are:
- Frozen Pipes
- Old Pipes
- Pipes Made From Faulty Materials
Sometimes a water main can also break due to excavation work and pressure changes. To get a water main break repaired, contact us today.
When a backflow preventer fails it can cause:
- Water Leaks
- Contaminated Water Supply
Backflow preventers are designed to mitigate issues that can occur with your plumbing system, but sometimes can be the cause of them if they are not working properly. For instance, a backflow preventer is set up to prevent contaminated water from entering your water supply, but can accidentally do so if the redundant check valves fail. To get your backflow preventer checked, call us today.
If your water main breaks, you can call a plumber or a utility contractor to fix it. At Water Worx Services, our technicians have the plumbing skills to properly assess the issue and get it resolved quickly. We understand that water main breaks occur when you least expect them to, which is why we offer 24-hour emergency repair services. To get your water main break fixed, give us a call now.
When your sewer line breaks, the following can occur:
- Water will pool in your yard.
- Your tubs and sinks will take long to drain.
- Your foundation or driveway may become damaged.
If you notice any of these issues and believe your sewer line may be broken, you should have it addressed right away. A sewer line break not only leads to plumbing problems, but it can also lead to damage to your home and foundation. To get your sewer line break fixed, call us today.
In North Carolina, the responsibility for cleanup after a sewer flood can vary depending on the circumstances and the specific location of the incident. In general, property owners are typically responsible for the cleanup and repair of their own property, including any damage caused by sewer backups. However, if the sewer backup is determined to be a result of negligence or a fault in the municipal sewer system, there may be situations where the local government or utility company could share some responsibility. It's important to check with local authorities, utility providers, and your insurance company to understand the specific regulations and guidelines that apply to your situation.
We Have the Technical Expertise to Tackle Any Situation
You can rely on us to handle:
- Water Main Breaks
- Sewer Main Breaks
- Storm Main Breaks
- Backflow Preventer