Repiping

Seamless Solutions: Revolutionizing Your Home with Repiping Services

Our expert repiping services redefine reliability and comfort in your home. From aging systems to modern solutions, we ensure seamless installations that enhance your plumbing infrastructure. Discover peace of mind as we revitalize your space, delivering lasting quality and efficiency with every pipe.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is repiping?

Repiping is replacing your old water piping with new water piping, normally throughout the entire home. Please see the below FAQ answers to learn more about what benefits are to repiping and signs you need a repipe!

There are a few signs that you may need a repipe.

  • Rust colored water.The color of the water coming out of your faucets is an indicator of the condition of your pipes.
  • Noisy pipes. If your pipes sound creaky or loud, it may be an indicator that the pipes are old and need to be updated.
  • Pipes corroding. If you have access to see your pipes and there is corrosion, this is a clear indication that you need to repipe.
  • Leaking pipes. If you have water leaks, this could be an indicator that your pipes are old and corroding and need to be replaced.
  • Are your pipes made of Lead, Polybutylene, or Galvanized Steel? If they are, they could pose a serious risk to your health and should be replaced. If the year your home was built aligns with the following dates, you may want to have a professional take a look at your pipes. Lead was used in the early 1900s. Polybutylene was used from the 1970s to the 1990s. Galvanized Steel was used from the 1960s-1970s.

If you are repiping to change the material of pipe in your home, the benefit can be great! Many different types of pipe have been used throughout the years and can pose health risks to yourself and your family.

If you are repiping due to a water leak, than the benefit in this case is that you shouldn’t have any more problems with water leaks in the future as your pipes have been replaced with new and quality materials by professionals.

Trademark uses Pex pipe to complete your repipe. Pex pipe is a semi-flexible plastic pipe and lasts an indefinite amount of time. Other materials used corrode and are damaged quicker and easier. For example, Galvanized Steel lasts 20-50 years but can cause serious health risks as mentioned in the FAQ answer for “How do I know I need a repipe”.