Ontario Water Werx is pleased to offer the following services:

Domestic/Fire Water Services

  • Watermain installation and repairs
  • Fire hydrant installation and repairs
  • Valve installation and repairs
  • Valve chamber installation
  • Pressure testing, chlorination and swabbing
  • Municipal water connections
  • Siamese/stand pipe installation

Storm/Sanitary Services

  • Installation and repairs
  • Vacuum services and high pressure flushing
  • Catchbasin and Manhole installation and repairs
  • Camera inspections and locating
  • Municipal service connections


  • Repair and restoration
  • Valve exercising
  • Painting and colour coding (per fire code regulations)
  • Inspections and maintenance
  • Fire hydrant flow testing and inspections
  • Valve testing (operational)

Specialty Services

  • Confined space entry
  • Site servicing
  • Excavation
  • Haulage
  • Hydrovac Excavation
  • Leak detection


  • Concrete/Interlock walkways
  • Asphalt repairs
  • Lawn and garden
  • Curbs

 Our employee safety is our top priority


Because workers can be critically injured in “cave in’s” even the smallest of jobs can be potentially dangerous. At Ontario Water Werx employee safety is our #1 concern.  We work with “Engineered Support Systems” shoring when performing all excavations and trenches and ensure our employees receive up to date safety training. 

Leak Detection:

Water Leak Detection can sometimes drive up the cost of a job and can also cause property damage, as some leaks are especially hard to find.  At Ontario Water Werx you can rest assure that our experienced workers use state of the art leak detection equipment.  We can pinpoint water leaks in commercial and residential waterlines, roadways, underground parking garages, just about anywhere you have a leak, we’ll find it as efficiently as possible.


Water Main Breaks:

Watermain breaks usually result from external corrosion of the pipe.  Soil is highly conductive and corrodes the metallic pipe from the outside in.  Extreme weather conditions cause the ground to swell and contract.  This places excessive pressure on the watermains and weakens the pipe.  On average the province of Ontario repairs 400 to 800 breaks per year or about 1 to 2 breaks per day.


How we repair the watermain break:


  • Dispatch a crew to the location.
  • Control the leak to reduce the risk to public safety and private and public properties, by informing and assisting municipalities with value closures.
  • Contact Ontario One Call to locate all underground utilities.
  • Pinpoint the location of the leak using state of the art leak detection equipment (if required)
  • Dig down to watermain and confirm cause of leak.
  • Repair watermain by cutting out section of watermain and replace with new.
  • Open valves to turn water back on (municipality may be required to operate city valves).