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Water Service

Water Line Installation / Replacement

A functioning water line (sometimes called a water main) is one of the most important needs for any home. You can’t support a family, guests, or anyone else visiting your home without running water. We install & replace aging lines. Unfortunately, water lines don’t last forever, and at some point, you’ll need to hire someone to come and repair your water main.

As water lines age, they can become more vulnerable to the effects of freezing and thawing, ground movement, water pressure, mineral buildup, and even tree root intrusion. If a water line is damaged, it can cause anything from discolored water to reduced water pressure. While these may not be alarming signs, they could quickly lead to the need for emergency replacement.

Schedule regular plumbing maintenance with Waterman / Aquarius Drain to have our licensed plumbing experts inspect your pipes and advise you on when it is the right time to repair or replace your water line. With regular maintenance inspections, we can help you identify issues before they cause symptoms like low water pressure. We will never sell you on a service you don’t need! You can trust our expertise to keep things flowing smoothly in your home for years to come.

Schedule a water line replacement or installation by calling (416) 778 – 4555. and speak to your Waterman / Aquarius Drain specialist for more information on services and pricing, or request a quote online.

Have a Business that needs water line repair or replacement? We offer commercial water line repair services.

Waterman Emergency Plumbing Services

Water Service in Toronto / GTA

Toronto / GTA was built with lead water supplies or with half inch water supply.  Lead in your water can be dangerous for your health, not to mention your clothing!

Half inch water supply is not enough to cater to more than 2 individuals consuming the water (plumbing) at the same time.

Where does lead in drinking water come from?

Drinking water quality can decline if water sits too long in your service line or plumbing system.

In instances of high lead levels in water, the most common sources are:

  • Lead-based solder used to join copper pipe, faucets made of brass and chrome-plated brass and in some cases, pipes made of lead, that connect a home to the water-main (service lines).
  • Lead paint (and the contaminated dust and soil it generates) is the leading source of lead exposure in older housing. Lead has been used as a component of paint, piping (including water service lines), solder, brass and until the 1980s, as a gasoline additive.

Lead enters the drinking water as a result of corrosion, as water comes into contact with lead materials over a period of time. If standing water is in contact with lead materials for several hours, the water may accumulate lead levels that are of concern.