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Water and Sewer Connection Services

Water & Sewer Utility Hookup for New Building Construction & More

Hooking up a new building for water and sewer utilities for the first time? Need repairs or replacement for existing services? Are you on a well or septic and need to change over to city services? Water Worx is the licensed utility contractor to call.

Sewer & Water Connection Services Offered:

Water Taps

The installation of water taps is a pivotal first step in ensuring a new or existing building has access to a reliable water supply. Water Worx specializes in precise water tap installations, connecting properties to the municipal water system with minimal disruption.

Our team handles all aspects of the process, from the initial site assessment and obtaining necessary permits to the final installation and testing, ensuring a secure and efficient connection that meets all regulatory standards.

Sewer Taps

Sewer tap installations are critical for integrating a property’s wastewater management into the municipal sewer system. With Water Worx, you receive expert sewer tap service that guarantees your building’s efficient and hygienic removal of wastewater.

Our experienced technicians use the latest techniques and materials to create connections that are not only compliant with local codes but are also designed to provide long-lasting service, ensuring your property’s sanitation needs are fully met.

Relocation of Existing Lines

There are instances when utility lines need to be moved to accommodate new construction projects or landscape redesigns. Water Worx offers professional relocation services for both water and sewer lines, ensuring the new placement is optimal for functionality and accessibility.

Our team conducts a thorough evaluation to determine the best new location, executes the relocation with careful precision, and ensures everything is up to code, providing a seamless transition with minimal impact on service.

Abandonment of Existing Services

When utility services are no longer needed, or a property is being repurposed, and existing water or sewer connections must be safely abandoned, Water Worx handles the process with expertise. We ensure that all protocols for safe abandonment are followed, including the proper sealing and removal of lines where necessary, to prevent any future issues.

This service is carried out with attention to environmental protection and adherence to local regulations, ensuring a clean and safe conclusion to unused utility services.

Replacement of Existing Services

Over time, utility lines may deteriorate or become damaged, necessitating their replacement to ensure continued reliability and safety. Water Worx excels in the replacement of existing water and sewer services, offering comprehensive solutions that include the removal of old lines, installation of new pipes, and thorough testing to confirm performance standards.

Our approach minimizes downtime and disruption, ensuring your property remains functional throughout the process.

Get the Connections You Need

Call us at 919-917-7579 or send a message to schedule an appointment for any of your water/sewer needs.

Water and Sewer Connection Service FAQs

What do utility contractors do?

Utility contractors are involved in installing and repairing water and sewer lines as well as septic systems. They are not employees of a utility company; rather work independently as a business performing utility services.

Water Worx Services is a licensed utility contracting company who can help with installation or repair services for any of your water and sewer needs. Contact us today to learn more or to schedule a consultation!

How do I connect city water to my house?
When connecting city water services to your house, you must follow the appropriate steps. For the city of Raleigh, you must
  • Have an engineered designed plan completed by an engineer and surveyor.
  • Apply for infrastructure permitting.
  • Hire a licensed utility contractor to construct the main line.
  • Hire surveyor to record any easements.
To learn more, Water Worx is happy to consult with you. Contact us today to speak with one of our knowledgeable team members!
How long does it take to replace a sewer line?

It typically takes around 3-5 days to replace a sewer line. However, some things that can affect the overall time it takes are:

  • The size of your pipes.
  • How accessible the sewer line is.
  • The replacement method being used.

When it comes to having your sewer line replaced, you can either get it replaced with the traditional or trenchless method. Traditional sewer line replacement can take longer due to the fact that digging will be required to access the sewer line. To find out more about getting your sewer line replaced, call us today.

How do I start water service for my business?

Water Worx Services is a registered utility contracting firm that can assist you with any water or sewer installation or repair needs. To learn more or to book a consultation, please contact us now!

Who can I contact to reroute a water line for my business?

Water Worx is qualified and ready to assist you when you need to reroute your water services. We’ll take the hassle out of figuring out who to contact and how to proceed. Call us today!

Can I replace the existing water lines for my business?

The prospect of undertaking a complete replacement of your water lines may seem daunting to say the least. Water Worx can handle all the planning and replacement of your lines safely and professionally.

Custom Maintenance Plans

Water Worx Services offers custom maintenance plans for backflow prevention and fire hydrants that include annual testing and general maintenance. We also offer a maintenance plan for storm drains that includes a thorough cleaning and flushing of your systems.

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How We Simplify the Process for You

To have a water and/or sewer hookup installed, you will need your building to be connected to the main pipes across your property line. There is digging involved, of course. But with our professionals, we make sure that we are as non-disruptive as possible. After the job is done, we clean it up and help make the area presentable.