It's a scenario no one wants to experience. You turn on the tap to get yourself a glass of water, or you try to fill up a pot of water to cook dinner... and no water comes out. Sometimes, you might be lucky enough to have a slow trickle of water, but nothing near the water pressure you normally enjoy.
What could cause such a disruption in your water flow? Usually, a build up of deposits in your piping system is to blame.
When such a situation occurs, something has to be done. The water piping will likely need to be replaced so that normal water flow is returned to your home. When replacing water pipes, one of two methods can be used: trench, which involves digging an open trench; or tunnel, in which a pneumatic tool is used to pull a pipe into place.
If you're experiencing water flow problems, give us a call! 612-781-3737
Monday, December 12, 2011
What if I Have Poor Water Flow, or No Water Flow At All?
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