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If you need to repipe all or part of your home, we'll gladly replace your old galvanized steel pipes with reliable copper or cross-linked polyethylene (PEX) ones to keep your home safe, up to date, and reliable. We recommend copper piping because it has a proven track record and has been used in homes for decades, whereas PEX is a relatively new technology. Even if your current home has copper piping, it wears down gradually with use. We'll do whatever we can to salvage the integrity of your current pipes, but we also have the skills and manpower to do a full replacement for your home or business. First we'll do a survey of your current pipe system, including a video inspection. We'll diagnose any problems, provide you with time and cost estimates, and negotiate the best course of action for you. Once you've decided, we'll gather a team of certified plumbers to repipe your home in next to no time, leaving you with a beautifully functioning new set of pipes.
Performing a total repipe of your home or business can be daunting and costly. However, there are some tell-tale signs you can look out for before you start worrying too much about possible expenses. A common symptom of a poor pipe infrastructure is low water pressure. Do you have the bathroom faucet turned all the way on, but only a dribble comes out? Is the water dirty or rust colored? This could mean that it's time to call a plumber to inspect and repipe your home. If you've been experiencing frequent leaks in your home, chances are that more pipes are leaking that you just cannot see. Since pipes are often replaced in bulk, it is likely that all of the pipes will experience leakage around the same time. Last but not least, if you are having an unusually hard time getting hot water in your home, you should have a certified plumber come take a look. Call us ASAP—we'll gladly perform a pipe inspection.