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When to Consider Piping Inspection and Repiping:
  • Visible Signs of Corrosion: If you observe signs of corrosion on exposed pipes, such as rust or discoloration, it's an indication that the pipes may be deteriorating. Inspection helps assess the extent of the corrosion.

  • Frequent Leaks: If you experience recurrent leaks in your plumbing system, especially in different areas of your home, it may signal widespread pipe deterioration. Repiping addresses the root cause and prevents future leaks.

  • Low Water Quality: Changes in water color, taste, or odor may indicate issues with your pipes. Repiping improves water quality by replacing corroded or contaminated pipes with clean, durable materials.

  • Reduced Water Pressure: Persistent low water pressure could be a result of mineral deposits or corrosion inside your pipes. Repiping eliminates these blockages, restoring optimal water pressure.

  • Aging Plumbing System: If your home has an older plumbing system with outdated materials like galvanized steel or polybutylene pipes, it's advisable to consider repiping for a more reliable and durable solution.

  • Preventative Maintenance: Including piping inspection as part of routine plumbing maintenance can help catch potential issues early on, allowing for proactive measures before major problems arise.

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Piping & Repiping

Maintaining the integrity of your plumbing pipes is essential for the proper functioning and longevity of your home's plumbing system. Regular inspection and, if needed, repiping offer several advantages:

Preventing Leaks:

Aging or corroded pipes are prone to leaks. Regular inspections help identify weak points in the pipes, allowing for proactive replacement and preventing water damage to your property.

Reducing the Risk of Burst Pipes:

Weakened or damaged pipes are at a higher risk of bursting, especially during temperature fluctuations. Repiping ensures the structural integrity of the pipes, minimizing the risk of unexpected bursts and the associated water damage.

Improving Water Quality:

Corroded or deteriorating pipes can affect water quality. Repiping with modern materials ensures clean and contaminant-free water, contributing to the health and safety of your household.

Enhancing Water Pressure:

Corrosion and mineral deposits inside pipes can lead to reduced water pressure. Repiping removes these obstructions, restoring optimal water flow and pressure throughout your plumbing system.

Addressing Rusty Water:

If you notice discolored or rusty water, it could be a sign of corrosion in your pipes. Repiping eliminates the source of rust, providing clear and clean water for daily use.

Increasing Energy Efficiency:

Modern piping materials, such as PEX or copper, are more energy-efficient than outdated or deteriorating pipes. Repiping with these materials can lead to energy savings and reduced utility costs.