Repiping a home can be a complete job where the entire home’s water piping is replaced. Or, it can be a simple job of replacing a single piece of old pipe with a new pipe.
How Do I Know If I Need To Repipe My Home?
It is time to consider Whole House Repiping if you live in an older home and have galvanized steel pipes. Steel used to be the choice material for home plumbing systems, the problems with steel was that in time it will start to corrode and create issues with the plumbing system. Today Copper, or Cross-linked Polyethylene (PEX) piping has replaced steel due to the proven fact that they are more durable & are less likely to corrode.
Here are signs to look for that will show you need a Whole House Repiping.
- Pipes are leaking
- Visible corrosion on pipes
- Low water pressure
- Orange rusty water
- Water taste or smells bad
- Water temperature is not consistent
What Does A Whole House Repipe Consist Of?
When Repiping a home the walls will be strategically cut in sections to remove the old pipes and install new ones, once the work is complete, we will repair the drywall so your home is not left with holes in the walls.
How Long Does It Take To Repipe A House?
Most Repipes can be done is as little as 2 days. The length of time is determined by the amount of work your home needs and the size of your home. This time also includes the repairing of the walls that were cut out for the job.
We have a number of different ways that you might finance your project. Whether it be Special financing for 1 year with approved credit through Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Reduced Rates to No Interest programs with Greensky or an Energy Efficiency Loan through the HERO® Program, we’ve got you covered.
Each program has their own unique benefits, give us a call to discuss the best financing options for you.