Residential Plumbing Repipe
Many older homes are fitted with outdated metal piping and will inevitably face leaks and corrosion-based plumbing issues in the near future. This is especially true of houses, apartments, and trailers constructed with steel galvanized piping. If your home has had leak issues or presently has discolored water, water pressure issues, or other signs of aging plumbing then you may soon be in the market for a total repiping.
Modern plumbing materials keep your water supply safe and prevent leaks and other issues for many decades to come. If you want to eliminate plumbing issues due to older piping, or simply wish to upgrade the plumbing in your home then you should consider a plumbing repipe project.
Home Repiping Indications
Homes built with metal piping in place will eventually experience corrosion and leaks, due to the rust-prone nature of metals like steel and copper. Galvanized steel, popular among houses built in the mid and late 20th century is notorious for succumbing to corrosion due to hard water and chemicals in wastewater and sewage. If your home has older piping you may notice drips or small leaks that eventually progress into large leaking and even burst pipes. Low pressure, discolored water, and unusual taste or odors coming from your faucet are also signs you’re in need a of a repiping.
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Plumbing Repipe Information
In order to correct chronic and widespread issues in your home’s outdated plumbing system a licensed plumber may suggest a repiping of your home. This entails the replacement of every pipe, fitting, and some fixtures or appliances in your house. Repiping your home will add to it’s value and ensure the safety of your water supply.
If you’re in Portland, OR or the surrounding area contact All Pro Plumbing Services for more information regarding the repiping of your residential property.