Water & Sewer Lines
Hydro-Jetting & Line Maintenance in Solano County
Full Water & Sewer Line Services
Years of oil and grime can take their toll on our pipes. If you’ve tried every home pipe-cleaning remedy and chemical cocktail to no avail, it may be time to up your game and your expectations. Our hydro-jetting services rely on the latest and safest technology to give your pipes the deepest cleaning they’ve had since they were new. Our technicians can also address issues in your main water line or replace old lines without digging new trenches through our trenchless plumbing services. For scheduled or emergency water and sewer line service, give us a call today.
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Top 5 Signs You Should Call for Water & Sewer Line Service
If you’ve noticed several drains backing up around your commercial or residential property, you may have a sewage blockage.
If when flushing your toilet you notice water backing up into another nearby drain, a clog in your sewer line is likely.
Hissing, whistling, and bubbling sounds from your pipes may indicate a problem in your main water line.
Chronically low water pressure may also be a sign of trouble in your main water line.
Discolored water and drastically higher water bills both point to problems in the main water line.
Main Water Line Repairs, Camera Pipe Inspections, And More
Our versatile team of widely-trained technicians stand at the ready to help you with scheduled or emergency water and sewer line services throughout the Vacaville, Fairfield, Suisun, Dixon, Vallejo, Davis, and surrounding cities. When you trust Advanced Plumbing, Heating, & Air, you can count on 100% transparency throughout our water and sewer line services, including comprehensive quotes and extensive pricing details right upfront. We offer same-day appointments, discounts for military and first responders, and—most importantly—solutions rather than excuses. Experience our service for yourself to discover what keeps thousands of loyal plumbing customers coming back year after year.
Featured Project: Sewer Ejector Pump
This was a new sewer ejector pump and city service installed for a customer. There was no existing piping so we used a special tool for the hole burrow, attached the new pipe at the end of the tool and pulled approximately 60 feet of new 4" sewer service. The last picture is our city connection. We had to do this because the customer needed a new septic tank, one existed however zoning did not allow a new septic tank to be installed because of a small creek on the property.
Water & Sewer Lines Questions and Answers
How does hydro-jetting work?Hydro-jetting services usually start with a camera inspection. Your plumber will insert a camera through your main line to check for any blockages, leaks, or cracks before moving on to the next step. After a camera inspection, water is sprayed through the line to clear out years of oil and grime. Afterwards, you should notice drastically faster draining throughout your property.
Is hydro-jetting safe?Hydro-jetting uses a focused, high-pressure stream of water to clear out both PVC and iron pipes safely and without risk of damage. Considerably older pipes or pipes with existing damage may not be suitable for hydro-jetting treatment. Your plumber will determine if hydro-jetting is right for your line by inspecting it first with a camera.
Are my water and sewer lines connected?All water and sewage flowing from your residential or commercial property flows through the main line. Your main line connects your property to the municipal sewer system or to a septic tank. All drains, toilets, and showers flow from your home and through the main line.