Who will perform the restoration?

WaterOne uses local contractors to perform the needed repairs on WaterOne's behalf. Once they receive the work request, the contractor manages the timeline and performs the work.

WaterOne’s pavement repair contractor restores damaged hardscapes including driveways, sidewalks, curbs, and streets, and its landscaping contractor restores yards, irrigation systems and decorative landscaping.

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1. WaterOne made repairs on my property and disturbed my property (landscaping, pavement, etc.) Will WaterOne repair it?
2. Who will perform the restoration?
3. I think my irrigation system was damaged by the repairs, or I have irrigation hoses sticking out of the ground. Will that be repaired?
4. What timeline can I expect for repairs?
5. How does the process typically work?
6. The area around my meter pit is settling, causing a lowered spot in my yard. What is this and how do I get it fixed?
7. Is it possible that a main break will happen again?
8. What is the public Right of Way and the Public Utility Easement?