Boulder septic and sewer line contractor announces their new water line services in Boulder and Gilpin Counties, Colorado. Learn more about our new water line repair service.
February 10, 2022 – Boulder, CO – Mountain Contracting, LLC, a highly-rated septic and sewer contractor in Boulder, CO, announced today that they would be adding a new water line service to their lineup. Mountain Contracting is adding this new water line service as, in Boulder and Gilpin county, there’s an increasing demand for emergency water line repairs. One of the most critical types of pipe in any Boulder home, water pipes provide fresh, potable water. If there’s a water line leak or significant water line deterioration, it can cause considerable headaches for all living there, as well as severe damage to your home’s interior. As one of the top septic and sewer line contractors in Boulder, CO, Mountain Contracting will now offer water line services as a natural extension of its service offerings. Please contact Mountain Contracting, LLC, today for more information about their water line services. Also, call to schedule a water line inspection before your home suffers a significant water line disaster.
Boulder, Colorado, and the surrounding metro area have seen a recent surge in water line problems, including leaking and burst water lines. Essential pipes that bring water into every Boulder home and business, a leaking water line can cause various issues big and small. No water coming into the house, for example, or water leaking inside your home and causing massive damage to beams, sheetrock, flooring, and more. You should repair a leaking or burst water line immediately to limit the damage. That fact, however, is where the problem starts for many Boulder and Gilpin county homeowners; a lack of dependable water line contractors.
With years of septic and sewer line experience in the Boulder, CO, metro area, Mountain Contracting is aware of the damage caused by water lines. Invasive tree roots, for example, are a common cause of water line leaks. Poor soil conditions around your Boulder home can corrode water lines more quickly. However, one of the most significant causes of water line leaks is the material used in much older Boulder, CO, homes; Polybutylene. Manufactured for use as piping in home plumbing systems, manufacturers stopped producing polybutylene pipes in 1996 after polybutylene pipes started rupturing all over the place, causing significant property damage.
Company founder Mattew Tarpill says that “Polybutylene pipes used in the 1970s and 1980s are starting to deteriorate badly all over Boulder”, adding that “We saw so many calls for emergency water line repair, adding a water line repair service to our lineup was critical.” If your Boulder or Gilpin County home has older pipes or is an older home, Tarpill recommends getting a water line inspection at the very least. Also, if you have a water line emergency, his team of water line repair and replacement experts is ready, willing, and able to help fast.