When do I need to Re-pipe my house?

January 18, 2017

There are several plumbing problems caused by old/faulty pipes. A full copper re-piping work will prevent many costly plumbing issues.

 

Here are a few signs that your house needs re-piping:

  1. Low Water Pressure
    Low water pressure is a sign that the pipes have developed interior corrosion and build-ups that restricts water flow.
     

  2. Low Water Pressure
    Low water pressure is a sign that the pipes have developed interior corrosion and build-ups that restricts water flow.
     

  3. Leaky Pipes
    Corrosion and build-up in pipes restrict water flow, even as entry water pressure remains constant. As a result, pressure builds-up in the pipe and breaks the most corroded or weak areas of the pipe.
     

  4. Noisy Pipes
    Pipes can be noisy for many reasons: in older pipes, the anchors can come loose, or air could leak out of a pipe which has a build-up. Popping/Rattling noises inside water pipes can be caused by build-up that creates a rough coating on the inside of the pipes. This results in the formation of air bubbles that burst or pop once the water heats up.
     

  5. Rusty / Dirty Water / Smelly Water
    Rusty/Dirty, Smelly water is a sign of corroded plumbing pipes. This rusty/dirty, smelly water that serves your family's drinking water, shower and washing machine will affect your health and stain your clothes.

Take advantage of our Re-Piping special: FREE Water Heater & installation with Full Re-pipe work for limited time only. We are offering the most affordable Re-piping for your house, with quality work.

 

Call us today to schedule your in-home Free Estimate that you can compare with others!

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