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Raleigh, NC Davis Water Service Location

1342 Old U.S. 264
Zebulon, NC 27597

Davis Water Service is proud to provide a variety of services to residents and businesses throughout the Raleigh, NC area, including water for pools and ponds, industrial and construction sites and even emergency water services. We pride ourselves on being a regional leader in potable water delivery.

At Davis Water Service, we strive to provide our customers with prompt response times and excellent customer service through our decades of experience. We are delighted to offer customers extensive water delivery solutions to the Raleigh, NC area.

Our Work in Raleigh, NC

We provide cost-effective and efficient water delivery for ponds and pools of all sizes, there has never been a project that has been too complicated or too large for us to handle. Our swimming pool and pond services are available for commercial and residential delivery.

Our Construction Water Services include:

  • Water delivery
  • Tanker rentals
  • Pipe cleanings
  • Fire systems
  • Site irrigation
  • Street washing and pressure washing
  • Cisterns and underground tanks
  • Hydro-fracturing
  • Soil compaction and dust control

We are also proud to offer 24-hour emergency water services to a variety of different clients for several industries, ranging from hospitals to small businesses. We help those who may be in an emergency situation due to a hurricane, flood, water main rupture, or contamination.

Our emergency water clients include businesses, hospitals, data centers, processing plants, railroads, flood manufacturing facilities, medical and dialysis centers, and entire neighborhoods and cities.

Davis Water Service in Raleigh, NC

With more than four decades of experience, Davis Water Service is known as a leader throughout the industry. Our facilities, excellent customer service, and knowledge and expertise is what sets us apart from the rest.

If you have any questions about any of our water services or need any help, we invite you to contact us at our Raleigh, NC location.

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    Written on Monday, 20 December 2021 00:00
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