Water Line Installation

The water line that enters your house is a crucial component of your plumbing system, providing clean and fresh water to your entire home. Therefore, ensuring this water main line is well-maintained is essential. However, issues that may require a full or partial replacement or installation of a new water line can arise. Since replacing or installing a water main line can be costly, it’s important to understand the factors determining the overall project cost.

Factors Affecting the Cost of Water Main Line Installation:

  • Length of Water Line: The length of the water line, whether a new installation or replacement, is the primary cost factor in any project. Longer water lines require more materials and labor, making them more expensive.
  • Materials Used: The two most commonly used materials are copper and PVC. Copper is often preferred in cooler climates but is generally more expensive than PVC.
  • Accessibility and Project Complexity: The accessibility of the installation site can significantly impact the project cost. Completing the project may become more complex and require additional labor hours if it involves extensive excavation, traffic diversion, or specialized equipment.


At Fite Plumbing, our water line repair and installation plumbers are skilled at diagnosing problems and providing insights into your specific water line repair needs before commencing any work. This allows you to decide the best course of action for your home’s water mainline. Contact us at (317) 271-5400 today.

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Fite Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling LLC

2908 East Main Street
Plainfield, IN 46168
License# CO19400024

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