There are few things worse than waking in the morning to find you have no running water or discovering a burst pipe has caused water damage to your basement. While frozen pipes are often the cause of burst pipes, natural corrosion, extreme water velocity, and other factors can also cause the plumbing challenge.
The first move to make if you discover a burst pipe is to turn off the water main shut-off valve. You want to ensure the water flow is stopped and then rely on the help of a professional plumber. The team at Snowbridge can repair your burst pipes quickly so your family and home experience minimal downtime.
Burst Pipe Repair
A thorough camera inspection is performed before we begin any repair work. We need to have an exact cause and location of the problem to be able to explain your options. Once we’ve determined the severity of the issue, we can use one of our pipe repair methods:
Trenchless Pipe Rehabilitation: With Snowbridge Inc. pipe rehabilitation, your burst pipe can be restored to its original efficiency in a matter of hours. Our technicians avoid extensive digging and need only one access point to complete the rehabilitation.
Trenchless Pipe Bursting: When pipes are too damaged to be repaired, trenchless pipe bursting is a replacement solution that requires two small access holes to complete. A bursting head is moved through your old pipe, breaking it into pieces and pushing it into the surrounding soil. A new pipe is simultaneously laid in the path.
Take the Hassle Out of Pipe Repair with Snowbridge, Inc.
Whether you burst pipe issue is with an exposed pipe in your home or you’re battling the results of an underground plumbing challenge, the Snowbridge Inc. technicians can help. Our team of professionals will adequately repair or replace the burst pipe and then perform a secondary camera inspection to ensure the integrity of the remaining pipes is in tact.
Don’t attempt to handle a burst pipe yourself. The professional technicians with Snowbridge Inc. can handle your plumbing needs in a timely manner and help you avoid damaging other portions of your plumbing system with a DIY job.