When You Should Consider Re-piping Your Home
As a homeowner, it may seem easier to opt for a quick-fix when frequent plumbing issues arise, patching leaks as they appear. However, these “Band-Aid solutions” often just address symptoms, rather than the root cause of your piping problems: old or defective piping.
Failing piping can manifest itself in several obnoxious ways: when your water looks discolored or rusty, when you have poor or inconsistent water pressure, or if your piping develops multiple leaks.
One of the most important indications that a home may be due for re-piping is simply the age of the home, or the last time the pipes were replaced. Older homes are more likely to have corroded piping, and have pipes made with flawed materials (i.e. galvanized steel, Kitec, or soft copper). Since pipes are like the bones of a home, if they’re in bad shape the entire house will suffer.
The Benefits of Re-Piping
When you re-pipe your home, you receive an array of benefits that you can benefit from on a daily basis:
• Safely prevent future leaks or pipe bursts
• Eliminate the health hazard of drinking rusty water
• Get higher water pressure
• More consistent water temperatures
• Increase your home value
The Re-Piping Experience with Quick Quality Plumbing
Having your house re-piped may sound like a hassle, but our team at Quick Quality Plumbing are dedicated to providing you with the most convenient service possible. Our experienced repipe specialists can accomplish the entire re-piping job just a few days! We also give you the option to re-pipe all at once for a faster fix, or to have us perform sectional re-piping so that you can have access to water in some areas of your home while we work.
At Quick Quality plumbing, our plumbers use the best materials in the re-piping of your home: usually hard copper, or PEX piping, depending on your needs and specifications. We also are dedicated to respecting your home and thoroughly cleaning up after ourselves, making it easier for you to get back to everyday life.
It’s time to stop treating symptoms with your piping, and tackle the real problem at hand. Contact our team at Quick Quality Plumbing to get started.