Sometimes, a leak in your plumbing is easily repaired by fixing a single section. However, if your pipes are old and corroded, fixing a single piece is just delaying the inevitable. Call Reliability Home Services today for an assessment of the state of your home’s pipes to see if a repiping is needed.
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Why Repipe Your Home?
Most people never think about their home’s plumbing until there’s a problem. But the old saying, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” is especially true for aging pipes. Here are a few good reasons to consider a whole home repipe.
- Your home’s pipes are over 50 years old and have never been replaced
- You have low water pressure because of mineral buildup in the pipes
- Your water is brown or red
- You have frequent leaks throughout the house
If your home is old, or if you don’t know when the pipes were last replaced, call us and let us inspect to find out if your pipes are solid or needing replacement.
How Long Does a Whole Home Repipe Take?
It sounds like a big job, and it is, but repiping your home doesn’t have to take too long or inconvenience you too much. Depending on how big is your house, the whole process takes a few days and can be done in sections. Keep in mind that repiping is a major plumbing job that needs to be done by experienced pros like Reliability Home Services. We have over two decades of residential plumbing repairs under our belts.
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Benefits of Repiping
In addition to getting new pipes when you repipe your home, there are many other benefits that go along with it, such as:
- Adds value to your home
- Gives you improved water pressure
- Can improve the taste and clarity of your water
- Reduces the number of leaks and clogs you have
- New pipes last longer
So you can see, there are plenty of reasons to consider replacing your old pipes with new ones. Call us today if you’re still on the fence and let us assess your family’s needs.