The Joseph Heil Company has a unique and unobtrusive method for replacing underground water lines. Mr. Joseph Heil came up with a technique called the Pullzit, where we dig a hole at the county connection (usually near the sidewalk or street) and insert a cable through the broken water line. As we pull the cable through the old line, our special tool will split the old line and insert a new copper water line where the previous line was. Because this technique does not require digging a trench from the house all the way out to the street, if your water line runs under the driveway or your favorite tree, we can pull a new water line under them without disturbing them.

Polybutylene (also known as the blue pipe) was a substitute material for copper piping in houses built a few decades back that has since been found to disintegrate over time.