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Whole House Repiping

A home may need a repiping service for several reasons, some of which include:

  1. Old pipes: Over time, pipes can become corroded, rusted, or damaged. This can cause leaks, which can lead to water damage and mold growth. If your home has old pipes, it may be time to consider repiping.
  2. Low water pressure: If you notice that your water pressure is low, it could be due to restricted or corroded pipes. Repiping can help to increase water pressure and improve the overall water flow in your home.
  3. Discolored or strange-smelling water: If the water in your home has a metallic taste or smell, or appears discolored, it could be due to corroded pipes. Repiping can help to eliminate these issues and improve the quality of your water.
  4. Frequent leaks: If you're experiencing frequent leaks in your home, it could be due to damaged or corroded pipes. Repiping can help to eliminate these leaks and prevent future water damage.
  5. Pipes made of outdated materials: If your home has pipes made of outdated materials such as lead or galvanized steel, repiping with a more modern and durable material such as copper or PEX can help to improve the longevity of your plumbing system and prevent potential health hazards.
  6. Remodeling: If you are planning a major remodeling project, it may be necessary to repipe some or all of your home. This is especially true if the remodel involves changes to the layout of your plumbing system.

Repiping is a big project, but it can help to improve the overall functionality and safety of your home's plumbing system. It can also help to increase the value of your home. It's recommended to consult a professional plumber to evaluate your current plumbing and determine if repiping is necessary.

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