Whole Home Repipes
When it comes times for your repipe , it’s crucial to find the most experienced team you can find. Whole home repiping is a labor intensive process that requires help from drywall contractors, extensive coordination with the homeowner to minimize the inconvenience, and the dedication to get everything done within a tight time frame.
Our Repiping Services Include:
- Gas line re-piping
- Commercial repipes
- Whole home and partial repipes
- slab re-piping
- Copper pipe replacement
- PEX pipe replacement
Deteriorating Pipes are a Serious Problem
homeowners face a serious problem when their plumbing pipes start leaking, water pressure significantly reduces and pipes become rusty spreading a bad odor in their homes. Once you realize this problem it is a good idea to carry out a complete whole house re-pipe. Even if you haven’t noticed these issues yourself yet, it is important to carry out an inspection and see if any of these problems are going unnoticed. Many people have been living in one place for an extended time and houses with old plumbing systems have pipes that have corroded with time. This has significant health implications as well since it can contaminate your water and also cause damage to your house.
The Repiping Process
Repiping is simply taking out the old pipes and putting new ones in place. The first step involved in whole house repipe is an inspection. The trusted professional plumbers at USA Plumbing Plus offer the best whole home repipe solutions. When your plumbing system has been in place for too long, it is safe to assume that there will be plumbing issues getting an inspection helps you understand what exactly is wrong with the system. Once the inspection is done, you need to come up with a plan and a budget to undergo this re-piping process. Professional help is required to carry out this task and make sure everything goes on without any glitches, with the right expertise and materials.
We Use High Quality PEX and Type L Copper for Our Repipes
When it comes to whole home and partial repipes, we only use the highest quality materials available. For most applications, that means Type L copper pipe. Installed correctly, new copper piping can last for well over 45 years with only minor wear and tear. It’s highly durable even after being bent around sharp corners, and won’t leech chemicals into your water supply like galvanized steel pipes can.
In some cases, we also install PEX piping. While PEX pipes may not last as long as copper, they resist mineral scaling better, have lower material costs, and have lower installation costs if installing in tighter spaces.
Our plumbers will be happy to walk you through your options and cost estimates, so you can pick the pipe replacement option that works for you.
Call Our Dedicated Repipe Team Today!
If you are facing any of the above mentioned problems in your home plumbing system, take action now. The more you prolong it the worse it will get and along with replacing old pipes, you might have to take care of other damages as well. Save yourself the headache by calling our repipe team at the first sign of trouble. You’ll be glad you did.