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Water Line Service in Southern Vermont and New Hampshire

The main water lines that supply your home are essential to having a regular supply of fresh water. No matter how new or well–maintained your home plumbing is, a problem in your main water line will leave you without running water. That’s not a good situation to be in. If there is a problem with your main water line, you need it fixed fast. HB Energy Solutions has just the skills and experience to get the job done right.

Water Line Repair 

There are several reasons you may need water line repair services from HB Energy Solutions. Often extreme temperatures can cause pipes to crack or degrade in such a way that they compromise the water coming into your home.

Tree roots are another major source of damage to water lines. The trees seek out fresh water underground, and any small crack in your pipes will attract their attention. Once inside your main water line, tree roots will spread and grow, eventually blocking the entire pipe or cracking it so severely that most of the water flows into the surrounding soil if the problem is not addressed and corrected.

At HB, our water line repair services are designed to remedy all of these problems and more. Our experts know how to find the source of the problem and restore running water to your home quickly. While you need your running water back, we know you also don’t want to be stuck with a surprising bill once the work is complete. That is why we will go over our entire repair plan with you and give you a realistic estimate of the cost before we begin work.

Targeted Water Line Service

With the excellent technology we have at our disposal, the water line specialists at HB Energy Solutions can easily pinpoint the problem area and use the best repair methods available. We are also certified in "Confined Space Entry" services, and know how to locate other underground utility lines in the vicinity of your water lines.

A confined space is any space that is large enough for an employee to enter, has a restricted means of entry or exit, and is not designed for continuous employee occupancy. All of these criteria must be met for a space to be classified as confined.

Examples of confined spaces include tanks, pits, certain tunnels, utility vaults, and boilers. The physical and atmospheric hazards often associated with confined spaces can cause serious injury or death to workers. The major factors that lead to injuries in confined spaces include failure to recognize and control these hazards, and inadequate or incorrect emergency response.  HB has technicians who will perform confined space entry services and are specially licensed for this purpose.