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Clear Your Drain for $79

Clogged drains are not only a pain but can be unsanitary in your home. Whether you are facing a clogged kitchen sink or bathtub we have you covered. Our specialist will answer the phone 24 hours a day to help you diagnose your problem and get you out of emergency situations. We serve Denver and the entire metro area from Longmont to Castle Rock.

There are 2 types of drain cleaning methods that we provide, drain snakes and hydro jetting. After reviewing your clogged drains we will recommend the best solution for drain cleaning.

Clogged Drains

Grease, hair, food waste, paper products, and any mix of materials may cause a clogged drain. You may have tried a plunger, toxic drain cleaners, or a drain snake to clear the clog. Even if they worked, the solution may only be temporary. If your drains are clogging on a regular basis, there could be a more serious problem with your pipes.

Clogs occur when something is blocking the inside of a pipe, and materials collect around the blockage. It could be buildup on the sides of pipe walls or tree roots breaking into the pipe in search of water and nutrients, The clogs could also develop because of misaligned, deteriorating or broken pipes allowing materials to collect and block the flow of sewage away from your home. If you have a sewer cleanout near the clog, you may be able to get a closer look yourself.

Until the underlying problem is solved, frequent clogs can continue to occur. Go Direct uses a sewer camera to examine the clogged drain in your metro Denver home. Because the sewer camera is pushed through your sewer pipes on a sewer snake, we can locate problems all the way out to your main sewer line.

We will recommend the best way to fix the clogged drain based on the underlying cause of the clog. For clogs, including those caused by tree roots, we can use a sewer snake to solve the problem. If we find narrowing of your pipes because of scale or grease buildup, we may recommend sewer jetting to remove buildup and clogs.

Hydrojetting

Hydrojetting, is a method of drain cleaning your pipes using high pressure streams of water to remove buildup and debris in tanks and sewer lines. This process is best described as a powerful form of power washing with extreme pressure up to 3,000 PSI. The technician will select the hydro jetting head and pressure that is best for your situation. On some homes with older pipes we do not recommend this method. Your plumber will provide guidance for the best drain cleaning solution.

Sewer Scope

Once we view your sewer lines with the sewer camera, we can pinpoint whether the sewer backup is being caused by:

If the sewer camera finds a clog and can push through the obstruction, it will continue out to the main sewer line to see if there are additional problem areas. The sewer snake can then grab the clogs and pull them out. If the sewer camera finds buildup and debris, sewer jetting will be recommended.

If significant damage is found in the sewer line, technicians can use the transmitter on the sewer camera to prepare for excavation. Our technician stops the camera at the damaged area, then goes outside and waves a locating device until it picks up the transmitter’s signal.

What Happens if My Sewer Line Has Breaks or There is Major Damage in the Pipes?

Before you purchase a new home, consider doing a sewer camera inspection in addition to a routine home inspection to avoid problems and expensive repairs after you move in.

Items That Clog Drains


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At Go Direct Services, Our Special Offer on Denver Sewer Scope Inspections Saves You Money!

The $79 residential sewer line scope and cleanout offer is a great price and right now it’s available to all residential customers in the areas we serve!

One of the most important steps Go Direct takes when arriving at your Denver area home is a plumbing camera inspection of your sewer lines. This allows us to look through your sewer lines with the plumbing camera, so we can tell whether the sewer backup is caused by tree roots, clogs, scale, cracks, debris, slope issues, bellies, sewer channels, or other issues in the sewer line.

Sewer Scope Denver Process to Diagnose Sewer Line Backups

To diagnose hidden sewer problems in your home, a typical Denver sewer scope starts with a video inspection using a sewer camera pushed through your pipes on a sewer snake. Depending on where the backup occurs, we will run the sewer camera down branch lines (from sinks, showers, or bathtubs to the main line) or down the house’s main sewer line leading out to the street where it connects with the municipal sewer line.


Once we view your sewer lines with the sewer camera, we can pinpoint whether the sewer backup is being caused by:

If the sewer camera finds a clog and can push through the obstruction, it will continue out to the main sewer line to see if there are additional problem areas. The sewer snake can then grab the clogs and pull them out. If the sewer camera finds buildup and debris, sewer jetting will be recommended.

If significant damage is found in the sewer line, technicians can use the transmitter on the sewer camera to prepare for excavation. Our technician stops the camera at the damaged area, then goes outside and waves a locating device until it picks up the transmitter’s signal. The area is marked so we know where to dig to replace the sewer line

Benefits of a Sewer Scope

Some of the problems that make a sewer scope and clean worthwhile include:

Sometimes when Denver homeowners experience backups, unpleasant smells, slow drains, or clogs, they often try to fix things on their own first. Homeowners try plungers, drain cleaners, or the type of snake available in hardware stores to clear blockages without knowing the root cause of the problem. Without the benefit of a sewer camera this can cause additional damage to the sewer line and incurring more cost to repair. Take advantage of our sewer line scope and cleanout special to save yourself time and money!

How a Sewer Line Scope Works

You may still be wondering how a sewer line scope works. Simply put, a sewer scope is a waterproof electronic camera on a flexible rod that lets a trained technician visually inspect your sewer lines and any other underground pipes that may be part of your home’s foundation. A flexible rod allows the sewer scope camera to travel through the pipe in real time—even around tricky turns or corners—so that your technician can see the condition of your pipes. Sewer scopes enable your Go Direct Services technician to diagnose any existing or potential problems with your line and suggest cost-effective, no-middleman solutions. The images captured by the sewer scope are saved and become part of your customer history.

Direct Tip

Before you purchase a new home, consider doing a sewer camera inspection in addition to a routine home inspection to avoid problems and expensive repairs after you move in.

Denver Sewer Scope Cost

Plumbing camera inspection costs are far less than the cost of a sewer line repair if problems go undetected. Sewer camera scope and cleanouts start at $79 for residential properties. There are some exceptions for larger properties with longer sewer lines or difficult access.

To diagnose problems Go Direct runs a plumbing camera through your pipes on a plumbing snake. We view the inside of the pipe on the screen of a handheld device. The plumbing camera picks up a variety of problems, including tree roots, misaligned, broken, punctured, off-grade or corroded pipes. The plumbing camera also identifies grease buildup, leaks, clogs, and obstructions.

We also offer plumbing camera inspections for prospective homebuyers who want to make sure the house they plan to purchase doesn’t have sewage problems. Just like the cost of regular home inspection, the cost of a plumbing camera inspection protects homeowners from costly, hidden problems after they move in.

If the sewer line scope finds a clog during the plumbing camera inspection, the plumbing snake can grab the clogs and pull them out. We call this a “Scope & Clean.” We can repeat the inspection after any service to verify the line has been properly cleaned or repaired.


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Roots in Sewer Line

Trees add natural beauty to your metro Denver home. Trees absorb pollutants, provide shade, and add oxygen to the air. While the above ground benefits of deciduous and evergreen trees are numerous, tree roots below ground can cause problems. Your first sign may be far from beautiful – backed-up sewage in the sink, tub, or around drains.

Denver’s dry climate means trees are constantly looking for water sources. Watering restrictions add even more stress on trees during summer months. Tree roots are attracted to sewer lines because they carry moisture and nutrients. Roots break through the pipes to reach the moisture and nutrients, leading to roots in the sewer line. As roots grow inside the sewer line, clogs form from hair, toilet paper, feminine hygiene products, grease, and other debris.

Roots in the sewer line can be confirmed with a video inspection. Go Direct will run a video camera on a snake through your pipes to locate problem areas. We can remove roots in the sewer line with a sewer snake. Because roots in your sewer line will grow back, this can be a recurring issue. You should have Go Direct inspect your sewer lines on a regular basis, and remove new roots them as needed.

If we see build up and debris inside the sewer line, in addition to tree roots, we will recommend hydro-jetting, A high-pressure water jet forces water through the sewer line to clear out build up, debris, clogs, and tree roots.

Snaking and sewer jetting may not be the best options. Vitreous clay pipes (VCP) pipes and Orangeburg pipes are susceptible to cracks and breaks from tree roots. When Go Direct finds VCP, Orangeburg, or other types of pipes with extensive damage during the video inspection, we will recommend either sewer line repair or sewer line replacement. We replace your old pipes with more durable materials, eliminating future problems with tree roots.

Direct Tip:

Watering your trees during dry weather does more than keep your trees healthy. It can keep tree roots from breaking through your sewer lines. Remember to water your trees throughout the year, not just during summer months. For more tips, visit Denver Water.


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One of our sewer line specialists are here to help you…24/7, 365 days a year!

For more information about sewer line cleaning, call us at 303.288.0039.

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Belly in Sewer Line

There are a lot of reasons why your sewer may backup in your metro Denver home. When Go Direct does a video inspection using a camera on a sewer snake that pushes through your pipes, we often find clogs, scale, tree roots, cracks, debris, slope issues, or bellies in the sewer line.

What is a belly in sewer line? A belly is also called a low spot, dip, or sag. Because a belly in sewer line interrupts the normal flow inside the pipe, water and sediment collect in the belly. This leads to corrosion, blockages, and major sewer backups.

There are several reasons why bellies occur in sewer lines. When your house was first built, the sewer line may not have been bedded properly using compacted crushed stone, gravel, or sand. If not bedded properly, pipes sag and bellies form. In the Denver area, there is expansive soil. When pipes are laid on top of unstable or expansive soil, a belly may form when the ground shifts below it. This happens even if the sewer lines were installed properly at the time, because parts of the pipe may settle lower than the rest of the pipe.

A belly in a sewer line can also develop because of improper grading. Sewer lines should slope downward and use gravity to regulate flow and move waste away from your home. Bellies can occur with any sewer pipe material, but typically happen in less rigid types of pipe.

To help prevent bellies, proper planning and installation are required. A belly in sewer line repair may require a sewer line replacement. Go Direct makes sure the ground is compacted, the right materials are used, and the correct slope is established. Crushed rock, gravel, or sand are typically used to meet code in your metro Denver municipality.

Direct Tip:

Plumbers may mistake bellies for sewer channeling. Sewer channeling occurs when flowing water cuts a channel into the bottom of a sewer line, sometimes wearing away the bottom of the pipe. Go Direct offers free second opinions to provide you peace of mind.


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Sewer Inspection

A backed-up or broken sewer system can quickly lead to disaster and be hazardous to your health.

Go Direct specializes in sewer services (sewer inspections, installations, repairs, and replacements), which many Denver area plumbers do not. We have the equipment and experienced technicians to make sure your sewer lines are in good shape and working properly.

Most sewer line problems are hidden from view, so our sewer inspection begins with a sewer camera pushed through your pipes. Go Direct’s technicians are able to view the sewer inspection on a handheld device. Depending on where the sewage has backed up in your home, the sewer inspection may start with branch lines (from sinks, showers, or bathtubs to the main line) or down the house’s main sewer line where it typically leads out to the street and connects with the municipal sewer line.

The sewer inspection allows us to identify the cause of the sewer backup – tree roots, clogs, scale, cracks, debris, slope issues, bellies, sewer channels, or other issues. The sewer inspection can also uncover misaligned, broken, punctured, off-grade, or corroded pipes, as well as grease and waste buildups, leaks, and obstructions.

In older metro Denver homes, we might find vitreous clay pipes (VCP), which are prone to problems with tree roots, shifting, cracking or offsetting. If installed improperly, these pipes can have a belly (low spot). We might also find Orangeburg pipe (layers of wood pulp and pitch pressed together), which are susceptible to cracks and breaks from tree roots.

If the sewer inspection uncovers problem areas, we will recommend snaking or sewer jetting to clean out your sewer line. If we find extensive damage during the sewer inspection, we will recommend either sewer line repair or sewer line replacement.

If you are in the process of buying a new house, we can do a sewer inspection as part of your home inspection process.


Get A Free Estimate

One of our sewer line specialists are here to help you…24/7, 365 days a year!

 

For more information about sewer line cleaning, call us at 303.288.0039.

Need help? Book Go Direct at a time to suit your schedule

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Sewer Snake

Do you have a clogged drain? A clogged drain may start when organic matter like hair and grease buildup inside the walls of sewer pipes. As the pipes narrow from buildup, waste and debris can get stuck and completely block the flow. This leads to backups in sinks and drains.

Go Direct specializes in sewer services (sewer inspections, installations, repairs, and replacements). We have the equipment and experienced technicians to make sure your sewer lines are in good shape and working properly.

For clogged drains in metro Denver homes, we typically use a sewer snake. A sewer snake is a flexible cable with a coil of metal wire at the end. The sewer snake can push through clogs, breaking up blockages and tree roots to allow them to flow through the pipe. The coil at the end of the sewer snake grabs the remaining clog and pulls it out through the drain. The sewer snakes used by Go Direct are more specialized and powerful than those Denver homeowners typically buy at hardware stores.

The sewer snake has a camera on it, allowing Go Direct’s technicians to see if there are problems with your sewer line that contributed to the clog. The sewer inspection can uncover tree roots, scale, cracks, debris, slope issues, bellies, sewer channels, or other issues. The sewer inspection can also show misaligned, broken, punctured, off-grade, or corroded pipes, as well as grease and waste buildups, leaks, and obstructions.

If the buildup inside sewer pipes contributed to the clog, we may recommend sewer jetting to clean out your sewer line. If we find extensive damage to pipes, including cracks and breaks, we may recommend either sewer line repair or sewer line replacement.


Get A Free Estimate

One of our sewer line specialists are here to help you…24/7, 365 days a year!

For more information about sewer line cleaning, call us at 303.288.0039.

Need help? Book Go Direct at a time to suit your schedule

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Plumbing Snake

A plumbing snake is a tool used to remove clogs in your metro Denver home. In addition to removing clogs, Go Direct’s technicians are able to use the sewer camera attached to the plumbing snake to inspect your sewer lines.

The powerful plumbing snake pushes through your sewer lines and clears clogs and other obstructions to get your drain flowing. The plumbing snake has a blade at the end that grabs the clog and pulls it out. The clog could be a foul mix of hair, grease, waste, and paper products, depending on the section of the pipe where the clog was located. The plumbing snake can also break up tree roots that have burrowed their way into sewer lines of your metro Denver home in search of moisture and nutrients.

The location of the backup tells Go Direct’s technician where to insert the plumbing snake and camera. It may be inserted down the drain of a branch line (from sinks, showers, or bathtubs), in a sewer cleanout, or in the house’s main sewer line. If your sewer line is connected to a municipal sewer line, the plumbing snake can be pushed all the way out to connection to identify sewer line problems along the way.

In older metro Denver homes, we might find Orangeburg pipe (layers of wood pulp and pitch pressed together), which are susceptible to cracks and breaks from tree roots. We might also find vitreous clay pipes (VCP), which are prone to problems with tree roots, shifting, cracking or offsetting. If installed improperly or if you have a lot of ground settlement in your area, these pipes can have a belly (low spot).

If the sewer camera uncovers buildup inside your pipes, we may recommend sewer jetting to clean out your sewer line. If we find extensive damage to pipes, we will recommend either sewer line repair or sewer line replacement.


Get A Free Estimate

One of our sewer line specialists are here to help you…24/7, 365 days a year!

For more information about sewer line cleaning, call us at 303.288.0039.

Need help? Book Go Direct at a time to suit your schedule

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Drain Snake

Drain clogs are a common problem in metro Denver homes. A drain snake, also called an auger, is one way to clear the clog.

Homeowners can purchase a drain snake at a Denver area hardware store. The drain snake is a flexible rod with a u or v shaped blade at the end, which grabs onto the clog and pulls it out of the drain. These drain snakes are typically manual and have a limited reach, which means they can work on smaller clogs close to the drain, but not clogs that are more solid and further down the pipe.

Go Direct uses a specialized tool to snake a drain line by powering through your sewer lines, clearing clogs and other obstructions to get your drain flowing quickly. Go Direct also has a sewer camera they can run through your line, allowing technicians to see if there are other problems with your sewer line, including buildup, bellies, tree roots, and so on.

The drain snake can be inserted in branch lines (from sinks, showers, or bathtubs), in sewer cleanouts, or down the house’s main sewer line, where it typically leads out to the street and connects with the municipal sewer line. We may find the underlying cause of the backup is tree roots, scale, cracks, debris, slope issues, bellies, sewer channels, or other issues. We may also uncover misaligned, broken, punctured, off-grade, or corroded pipes, as well as grease and waste buildups, leaks, and obstructions.

If we find scale or grease buildup in your pipes, we may recommend sewer jetting to clean out your sewer line. If we find cracks, deteriorating, or misaligned pipes, we will recommend either sewer line repair or sewer line replacement.

Go Direct uses a specialized drain snake to power through your sewer lines, clearing clogs and other obstructions to get your drain flowing quickly. We have the equipment and experienced technicians to make sure your sewer lines are in good shape and working properly.

How to Snake a Drain Line to Unclog Drains

For clogged drains in metro Denver homes, we typically use a sewer snake. A sewer snake is a flexible cable with a coil of metal wire at the end. The sewer snake can push through clogs, breaking up blockages and tree roots to allow them to flow through the pipe. The coil at the end of the sewer snake grabs the remaining clog and pulls it out through the drain.

The drain snake can be inserted in pipe branch lines such as sinks, showers, or bathtubs, in sewer cleanouts, or down the house’s main sewer line, where it typically leads out to the street and connects with the municipal sewer line.

The sewer snakes used by Go Direct are more specialized and powerful than those found at hardware stores and are equipped with a camera to identify the source of the clog, diagnose any sewer line problems, and reduce damage to your pipes during the cleanout process.

Things That Clog Your Drains

A clogged drain may start when organic matter like hair and grease buildup inside the walls of sewer pipes. As the pipes narrow from buildup, waste and debris can get stuck and completely block the flow. This leads to backups in sinks, drains, toilets, and overflow drains.

With a drain snake and camera inspection we can find the underlying cause of the backup!

The powerful plumbing snake pushes through your sewer lines and clears clogs and other obstructions to get your drain flowing. The plumbing snake has a blade at the end that grabs the clog and pulls it out. The clog could be a foul mix of hair, grease, waste, and paper products, depending on the section of the pipe where the clog was located. The plumbing snake can also break up tree roots that have burrowed their way into sewer lines of your metro Denver home in search of moisture and nutrients.

If the buildup inside sewer pipes contributed to the clog, we may recommend sewer jetting to clean out your sewer line. If we find extensive damage to pipes, including cracks and breaks, we may recommend either sewer line repair or sewer line replacement.

Benefits of a Plumbing Snake

In older metro Denver homes, we might find Orangeburg pipe (layers of wood pulp and pitch pressed together), which are susceptible to cracks and breaks from tree roots. Older homes also have vitreous clay pipes (VCP), which are prone to problems with tree roots, shifting, cracking or offsetting. If installed improperly or if you have a lot of ground settlement in your area, these pipes can have a belly (low spot).

A sewer snake with a camera can diagnose these issues and spot problems before they get worse. If caught early, portions of a sewer line can be replaced instead of the entire line saving you money and hassle.

Yearly sewer snakes are recommended to maintain your sewer lines and prevent further costly problems. A yearly sewer snake is $79 for most residential properties. Call today to keep your water lines flowing in the right direction.

Sewer Snake

Do you have a clogged drain? A clogged drain may start when organic matter like hair and grease buildup inside the walls of sewer pipes. As the pipes narrow from buildup, waste and debris can get stuck and completely block the flow. This leads to backups in sinks and drains.

Go Direct specializes in sewer services (sewer inspections, installations, repairs, and replacements). We have the equipment and experienced technicians to make sure your sewer lines are in good shape and working properly.

For clogged drains, we typically use a sewer snake to snake a drain line. A sewer snake is a flexible cable with a coil of metal wire at the end. The sewer snake can push through clogs, breaking up blockages and tree roots to allow them to flow through the pipe. The coil at the end of the sewer snake grabs the remaining clog and pulls it out through the drain.

When we snake a drain line, there is a camera attached, allowing Go Direct’s technicians to see if there are problems with your sewer line that contributed to the clog. The sewer inspection can uncover tree roots, scale, cracks, debris, slope issues, bellies, sewer channels, or other issues. The sewer inspection can also show misaligned, broken, punctured, off-grade, or corroded pipes, as well as grease and waste buildups, leaks, and obstructions.

If the buildup inside sewer pipes contributed to the clog, we may recommend sewer jetting to clean out your sewer line. If we find extensive damage to pipes, including cracks and breaks, we may recommend either sewer line repair or sewer line replacement.

Plumbing Snake

A plumbing snake is a tool used to remove clogs in your metro Denver home. In addition to removing clogs, Go Direct’s technicians are able to use the sewer camera attached to the plumbing snake to inspect your sewer lines.

The powerful plumbing snake pushes through your sewer lines and clears clogs and other obstructions to get your drain flowing. The plumbing snake has a blade at the end that grabs the clog and pulls it out. The clog could be a foul mix of hair, grease, waste, and paper products, depending on the section of the pipe where the clog was located. The plumbing snake can also break up tree roots that have burrowed their way into sewer lines of your metro Denver home in search of moisture and nutrients.

The location of the backup tells Go Direct’s technician where to insert the plumbing snake and camera. It may be inserted down the drain of a branch line (from sinks, showers, or bathtubs), in a sewer cleanout, or in the house’s main sewer line. If your sewer line is connected to a municipal sewer line, the plumbing snake can be pushed all the way out to connection to identify sewer line problems along the way.

In older metro Denver homes, we might find Orangeburg pipe (layers of wood pulp and pitch pressed together), which are susceptible to cracks and breaks from tree roots. We might also find vitreous clay pipes (VCP), which are prone to problems with tree roots, shifting, cracking or offsetting. If installed improperly or if you have a lot of ground settlement in your area, these pipes can have a belly (low spot).

If the sewer camera uncovers buildup, we may recommend sewer jetting to clean out your sewer line. If we find extensive damage to pipes, we will recommend either sewer line repair or sewer line replacement.


Get A Free Estimate

One of our sewer line specialists is here to help you…24/7, 365 days a year!

 

For more information about drain snake services, call us at 303.288.0039.

Need help? Book Go Direct at a time to suit your schedule

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Leak Repair

There’s nothing worse than heading down to the basement, only to discover the basement is flooded. Not all leaky pipes are that obvious, and panic can set in when you can’t find the source of the leak. Go Direct takes leak repair in the metro Denver area seriously. We know that even a small water pipe leak can cause serious damage over time and are here to take your call 24/7 at 303.288.0039.

As soon as you notice a water leak or a burst pipe, we recommend you shut off your main water valve or the valve nearest the leak right away. If you aren’t sure how to do that, our staff can help. We will dispatch technicians to handle the leak repair in your metro Denver area home as soon as possible.

How do you know you have a water leak if you can’t see it? Do you have low water pressure and high water bills? Does any part of your house feel humid or smell moldy? Did an arctic blast hit the Denver area? Denver’s wildly fluctuating winter temperatures can cause pipes to leak or burst as pipes freeze and thaw. Something as simple as leaving a garden hose connected to your home during freezing weather can cause an interior pipe to leak or burst.

Our leak repair specialists are able to find leaky, cracked, or ruptured pipes outside using water leak detection equipment. We understand plumbing systems and underground structural issues that may require leak repairs. Go Direct has experienced leak repair technicians ready to repair or replace your water lines.

Direct Tip:

During extremely cold weather, leave water dripping from a faucet so that water continues to move inside the pipe instead of freezing. You can also wrap pipes with insulation in unheated areas or along outside walls of your Denver home.


Get A Free Estimate

One of our sewer line specialists are here to help you…24/7, 365 days a year!

For more information about sewer line cleaning, call us at 303.288.0039.

Need help? Book Go Direct at a time to suit your schedule

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Leak Detection Denver

Drip. Drip. Drip. Water leaks. You may hear water dripping from leaky pipes or see puddles of water. When water leaks are hidden from view, how can you tell if you have a leaky pipe? Think of leak detection like other detective work and look for clues. Are your water bills higher than normal? Is your water pressure lower than normal? Does the basement of your house feel humid or smell moldy? Did an arctic blast hit the Denver area? Denver’s wildly fluctuating winter temperatures can cause pipes to leak or burst as pipes freeze and thaw.

If you’ve done the leak detection work yourself and found the leaky pipe, use your main water shutoff valve or the one nearest the leak right away. If you don’t know how, the Denver leak detection specialists at Go Direct can help! Call us at 303.288.0039 anytime day or night.

Even minor leaks can lead to major problems if left unprepared for too long. A hole the size of a pinhead can spill out 360,000 gallons of water per year. Bringing in a Denver leak detection and repair expert can also save your Denver home from structural damage. Once we determine the cause and size of the leak, we will recommend the best solution for your home.

Be proactive to reduce the risk of leaky pipes.


Get A Free Estimate

One of our sewer line specialists is here to help you…24/7, 365 days a year!

For more information about Denver leak detection, call us at 303.288.0039.

Need help? Book Go Direct at a time to suit your schedule

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