Burst Water Main Repairs and Renewal
Pools of water gushing from below the surface can be a clear indication of a burst water mains pipe. Depending on the underlying cause, appropriate measures must be taken. Our burst water main specialists are ready to assist.
If you have an emergency such as a burst water main, Dorset County Water can help you fix that problem, and on time. We are specialists in watermain repair and all kinds of water pipe services and water related issue.
All water main repairs or installations are carried out to the highest standard by fully qualified staff – WIAPS and SHEA. Our emergency and planned water main repair service covers all of Poole, Bournemouth, Wimborne, Christchurch, Ringwood and on throughout Dorset, Hampshire and Wiltshire. We are trusted by major water companies including Wessex Water and carry out tons on project on their behalf.
Whether you have a burst or leaking water main, you require an upgrade to an existing water pipe or have planned improvement works at your residential or commercial property, we can install a new 25mm or larger MDPE (plastic) pipe from your boundary line to your internal stop cock. With the use of specialist moling equipment we can provide a trenchless, quick, clean and hassle free solution in returning your home or business to a leak free and water tight condition.
Fast and Professional Burst Water Main Repair Service
Water main repair and leak tracing
We are equipped to handle water main projects of any scale as our experts use advanced techniques to locate leaks accurately.
Water Pipe replacement
If your existing water mains are beyond repair, we provide comprehensive water mains replacement services which involve the installation of a new water main system.
Water Pipe Repair
In the event of a burst water pipe you can call us for your timely repairs. We understand the urgency of such issues and prioritise quick resolutions.
For damaged or deteriorating drains, our drain lining services offer a cost-effective and efficient fix to enhance longevity of existing pipes.
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Burst Water Main Repair and External Pipe Leak Service Covering Dorset, Wiltshire and Hampshire
- Blandford forum
- Corfe Mullen
- Lytchett Minster
- Milford on Sea
- The New Forest
- New Milton
- West Parley
Frequently Ask Questions on Burst Water Main, Water Leak Repair, Pipe Repair, Water Supply Pipe Replacement - Bournemouth and Poole
What is a Burst Water Main?
If pressure changes have caused your water main pipe to rupture or burst, this is what is meant by burst water main. Water main is the central pipe within a city’s interconnected water system that supplies water to a property. When this happens, it is important to get a water main repair specialist to visit your property and carry out investigations to identify the source and level of damage. We operate locally across Dorset, Hampshire and Wiltshire. Give us a call on 01202393541 or fill out our enquiry form.
How Do I Know If My Water Main Line is Damaged?
One of the most common signs that you may have a broken main line is dirty water or clouded water in your plumbing system. Another thing you may notice is water gushing out from the ground, and flooding in your driveway or yard. Other times a low water pressure for an extended period could also be an indicator of a burst water main pipe.
What Causes a Water Main Leak?
Busted water main can result from temperature changes that may cause the ground to shift, putting pressure on pipes. The age of the main or pipes, for example older pipes that are corroded may break easily. More so, fluctuations in the pressure may also result in a burst pipe.
How do I fix my busted main water line?
The best way to fix a water main line is to contact a professional company or water main repair specialist. They are well experienced to carry out all kinds of services, for example, replace old water supply pipe, water leak detection and repair of water pipe leaks.
Who is Responsible for a Burst Water Main?
Your water supply company is mostly responsible for the water mains in your property but you should check in with them. Although you are responsible for the drains, water pipes, and other plumbing fixtures in your property, some home insurance may cover the cost of repairing burst pipes or water leaks.