Showers, taps, washing machines – they all depend on your water line. Our technicians will make sure it never lets you down.
Quick and clean trenchless water line replacement
50+ years of top-rated water line service
Fully licensed, insured, and bonded
Quickly and cleanly replace your old water line with trenchless service.
Affordably change broken fittings and clear blockages to restore your water line.
Find and fix water line problems before they cause costly property damage.
But if your water line is broken or blocked, your home or business can’t always get the water it needs – and might even be looking at a hefty restoration bill.
Our water line services help you avoid that. With thorough multi-point inspections, tidy trenchless service, and affordable, value-focused rates, we keep the water flowing wherever and whenever you need it.
Your water is smelly or dirty
Your yard is always damp even without rain
Your water bill suddenly increases
Your walls or ceilings show water staining
Your water pressure is inconsistent
Water damage is costly. In Canada, the average leak costs $2700 to repair, and basement restorations are around $40,000.
Call us to get emergency help with a water line leak, or schedule a repair or inspection for later.
We’ll investigate your property’s plumbing to determine if there’s an issue or what it is, then provide you with a complete quote and repair plan.
From full trenchless water line replacement to minor valve repairs, we’ll quickly and cleanly complete any service work your water line needs.
Lots of plumbing companies have trenchless water main capabilities and water main services.
At Hillcrest, we don’t have a revolving door of plumbers – we have qualified technicians who know the buildings, types of materials, and plumbing systems in the areas they service.
It means less time spent looking for problems, more attention where it matters, and – most importantly – better value for you.
Hillcrest plumbing replaced our leaking main water line. Prompt, courteous and excellent rate. Done quickly with good communication. Highly recommended
If you’re a very handy person, it’s doable. But we really wouldn’t recommend it – your water line is a critical part of your property’s utility infrastructure. We appreciate being hands-on and saving a few bucks as much as anyone, but this probably isn’t the right time for that.
Unfortunately, no. There are times when a water main isn’t accessible with the trenchless approach, and we’ll need to dig up part of the property. It isn’t ideal, but we believe it’s better to do things properly even if it means temporarily disrupting the look of your yard.
Water lines naturally wear down over time, but they typically last for 40-50 years before they need to be replaced because of age. However, temperature and pressure changes on or in the pipe can weaken it, as can tree roots or shifting of the surrounding soil.