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It is important that the water lines at your business or residence operate properly as a part of the building’s plumbing system. If you happen to experience a small leak, flooding or elevated water bills, the experienced technicians at All Valley Plumbing can evaluate the circumstances to discover what the problem may be and provide an appropriate solution. We can handle all issues regarding your water lines – new & repair service in Monroe to maintain crystal clear water for eating and drinking and other household uses. If your water has a strange taste, smell or look, it should be addressed quickly to make sure that a minor inconvenience does not turn into a major one. Our techs are also able to service sewer lines, which can sometimes be confused with water lines. It is sometimes possible for the 2 lines to intersect if the sewer backflow device stops working. Since this is a significant issue, give us a call as soon as possible if you feel that this has happened.

Water leaks are not that uncommon, especially after a hard freeze or for a structure with aging pipes. Damage can also be caused by impeding rocks or tree roots, uneven soil, or from rust. These conditions can cause unsafe water. Delaying a repair escalates the chances of additional expense. Allow us the opportunity to inspect your property to find the problem. We can then repair the damage or re-pipe it if needed.

For repair or new installation, we will expertly deal with the problem with only slight disturbance to the surroundings. Our plumbers are equipped to handle all home and commercial plumbing.

Phone the team at All Valley Plumbing at (425)357-7420 for reliable water lines – new & repair service in Monroe.

All Valley Plumbing can help you with the following issues in the North Seattle and Snohomish County area:

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