Posts Tagged ‘Repiping’

5 Ways to Keep Your Plumbing System Pristine

Monday, December 10th, 2018

plumber-and-homeowner-inspecting-drainMany of the plumbing problems you’ll encounter in your life can all be avoided with a bit of due diligence. Whether it’s leaks or clogs, there are reasonable steps you can take to avoid them from happening in the first place. Here are five things you can do to avoid most plumbing problems:

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Why You Need to Have Old Pipes Replaced

Monday, October 29th, 2018

bursted-copper-pipeWhen you moved into your home, you looked over the entire house. You made sure the bedrooms, the kitchen, the bathrooms, and all the other rooms would be a good fit for you. Of course, you also looked to make sure there was no damage to any of the walls, floors, or ceilings. Thoroughly inspecting a home takes dedication, but there’s one place where even the most well-trained eye can’t see: the plumbing.

If your home was built decades ago, there’s a possibility that you’re living with an outdated plumbing system. Even if the water seems to be coming out of the faucets just fine, it’s important that your plumbing system’s pipes are up to date. Allow us to explain.

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Signs You Might Need Repiping

Monday, August 20th, 2018

cracked-pipeYou might not realize it, but some plumbing problems are fixed by simply redoing things. For example, when your pipe springs a leak, we don’t put a patch over the pipe and call it a day. We replace the entire pipe! Of course, since it’s a brand-new pipe, you can be assured that it won’t have issues until at least another couple decades.

In some cases, it’s best to redo the pipes in sections, and sometimes through the entire home. This is what’s called repiping. It can be a big job, but if you get it over with once, you shouldn’t have to expect to do it again for a long time. Below are some possible reasons you might need repiping.

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