Do you have low water pressure? Do you sometimes get rust-colored water coming out of your faucets? Do you get scalded or frozen in the shower when someone flushes the toilet or turns on a faucet? Have you had leaks in your plumbing? Do you want to prevent future problems from occurring? Do you want to protect your home investment? Repiping is a system wide solution that can fixes theses problems, save you money and eliminates worry.
If your slab leak has damaged the foundation or pipes too severely, we may advise a repiping. Even if you do not have major issues, repiping with copper lines can bring your home’s plumbing to modern standards and may fix many potential issues posed by galvanized piping. Upgrading your homes galvanized plumbing to copper ensures that your house will have less plumbing leaks, better water quality and better water pressure.
Regardless on whether your repiping is required or voluntary, you can rest assured that when it comes to reroutes or repipes our specialists have a tremendous amount of experience and have created a system to address the issue as expediently and economically as possible. We fully understand the inconvenience this may cause and the disruption to your home life, so we want to be in and out of your home as quick as humanly possible while still giving you a high quality service. In order to tackle this project, we deploy all the manpower necessary to address the project quickly and effectively and make sure that our very best are handling this difficult job.
Our company uses a high-grade Type L copper pipes and top grade fittings. For typical single family home a repipe is excepted to be finished within 5 – 7 days, including city inspections and drywall repair. Over the years we have honed and perfected this plan and you can expect the week to look like the following:
Day 1: We first determine where to reroute all the water lines. We check the attic access and then set the route. Our goal is to identify the water main and the water heater.
Day 2: We advise you to prepare your home by moving and protecting furniture and valuables. We dig in and begin the repipe process.
Day 3 & 4: We complete the repipe and prepare for the city’s inspector to approve of the job.
Day 5 & 6: After the inspection is completed and approval granted, we begin drywall repair and painting.
So, if you have any concerns or want to eliminating your inferior galvanized plumbing systems do consider giving us a call and asking about reroutes or repiping. We would be happy to give a free quote. A repipe gives you great water pressure throughout your home, improves delivery of hot water, eliminates costly water damage repair bills and saves money on water no longer lost because of an inefficient system.