Why Re-Pipe Your Place?
Just as you eventually need to replace your roof, you’ll also need to re-pipe your home. Bear in mind, if you already have a CPVC, PVC, or PEX plumbing systems, you can expect decades of usage out of it – even 70 years or more. However, copper and galvanized pipes last only about 50 years or so. If you live in an older home, then it’s important to schedule an inspection with our plumbers.
What’s Involved with Whole-Home Re-Piping?
Re-piping is a detailed process. That’s why the work must only be performed by an experienced plumber. The location and types of pipes in your structure often dictate the re-piping services we perform. It may be necessary for us to cut through walls and ceilings to install the new pipes. However, because we have provided this service for many years and are highly skilled, we create the least amount of disruption possible. Most importantly, we restore everything to normal once finished.
In addition, we do everything possible to work according to your schedule so your water supply isn't turned off for too long. The last thing we want to do is inconvenience you, your family, or your employees.
A Plumbing Company That Does It All
Rely on our re-piping contractor to perform all aspects of the job. Most re-piping projects require complete installation of both hot and cold water pipes. We will also provide fixture replacement at your request. To ensure that your new pipes last a long time, we may recommend copper, stainless steel, PVC, or PEX piping. Put our re-piping company to work for you today, and we may be able to prevent the need for additional plumbing repairs.
Contact us for more information about our whole-house re-piping services. We proudly serve customers throughout Dallas, Fort Worth, Irving, Plano, and Frisco, Texas.