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Mainline Excavation

When you own an older home, one of the biggest plumbing jobs you might need is a mainline excavation and repair. The main line is the line that runs from your home to the municipal line. This pipe was installed as part of your home’s original plumbing system when it was constructed, and usually runs beneath your yard or driveway. However, over time, this line can become blocked or damaged. The buildup of sludge and sediment inside of the line can cause clogs. At the same time, the pipes can burst due to tree roots and even burrowing animals. And once the line is damaged, water will leak onto your property. Sometimes you’ll see water pooling on the surface, while other times, the soil around the pipe will start to erode.

The Benefit of Mainline Excavation and Repair

It’s important to note that though excavation is inconvenient and messy, it’s usually a very good thing for you, the homeowner. When you upgrade the quality of your main line, your entire property can go up in value because the upgrade ensures the health of the line for decades to come.
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Choose Cranney for Mainline Excavation and Repair

Call Cranney for mainline excavation and repair! We’ve built our reputation on over 30 years of customer service and quality workmanship that lasts. We’re highly experienced in performing these jobs as quickly and effectively as possible. What’s more: thanks to our extensive experience and knowledge with mainline installation, excavation, and repair, we can advise you on the best types of materials to use in order to ensure the best possible performance from your plumbing system. And of course, we offer honest and upfront pricing. To learn more about mainline excavation and repair and to request a free quote, call Cranney Home Services right away!

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