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Rescue Plumbing Re-piping
If you are concerned about the health and safety of your home’s plumbing system, you need to get in touch with an expert plumber right away. Not every company has the same set of skills and expertise to complete re-piping and re-plumbing services. Fortunately, that’s where we come in. We can complete various repairs that can improve the performance of your plumbing system.
The expert plumbers at Rescue Plumbing have been specializing in re-piping services for several years. No matter the shape, size, or age of your home, our certified plumbers will help improve your plumbing’s safety and overall function.
To learn more about our re-piping and various plumbing services, contact us at (478) 787-7233 today!
What Is Re-Piping?
Re-piping is one of the many plumbing services that Rescue Plumbing provides. Re-piping is replacing a portion of, or all water lines from water meters or wells to the home and throughout. We can re-pipe the water lines in homes with concrete slabs or crawl spaces. Re-piping is typically done when there are multiple leaks throughout the water lines, when there is an issue with water volume, or when the pipe material is starting to break down. Rescue Plumbing also performs whole house re-plumbing, which is re-piping as well as changing drain lines and all plumbing fixtures.
Home Inspections for Re-Piping Services
To deliver you the best possible service, we always begin by providing an in-home consultation. During the initial meeting, we will take the time to understand the problems you’ve been facing with your water system and decide whether re-piping is the right option for your home.
If we need to move forward with the project, we will be happy to provide you with an estimate, outlining the total cost of the re-piping and re-plumbing services before we get started.
Providing our clients with transparent pricing is just one of the many ways that we work to make customer care and satisfaction our top priority.
Knowing When to Re-Pipe Your Property
Re-piping and re-plumbing are services that Rescue Plumbing performs on a regular basis. Re-piping is generally recommended when repair of the water lines would be so extensive that it would be more feasible to re-pipe the home instead or when piping material has begun to corrode or decay. Have you noticed that your tap water is red or brown? This could be rust coming from metal pipes that are breaking down. Pipes are made from a variety of materials which can impact to longevity of your plumbing system. In addition, some older homes have pipes made from materials which are hazardous or prone to breakage. We can come to your home and perform an inspection if you have any concerns about safety. Depending on locations of the water lines, insulation may also be required and provided.
The Benefits of Investing in Re-Piping
Like every other function in your home, your pipes are not built to last forever. Most pipes will last up to 20 years before they need to be replaced entirely. Having new pipes installed may be a hassle for some homeowners. However, there are many benefits to re-piping. Let’s explore just a few:
Increased Water Pressure
Nobody enjoys a shower with poor water pressure. Your old pipes are prone to leaks and can have a massive effect on your water pressure. Re-piping your home will increase this feature. With brand-new pipes, we will ensure your water flows at full capacity.
Improving the Performance of Appliances
With new pipes, you will notice a significant improvement in the performance of your kitchen and bathroom appliances.
No More Rust
With older pipes, you may have to worry about rust leaking into your water supply and turning your tap water orange. Rust in your water can be dangerous to your health, therefore new pipes is an investment in the safety of your loved ones.
Save Money in the Long-Run
While re-piping your home will initially cost some money, you won’t have to worry about repairing leaks and completing the maintenance required for older pipes. This investment will save you money in the long run.
Increased Home Value
Another significant benefit of re-piping is increasing the market value of your home. Having new pipes installed will give you a leg up on the competition in the housing market.
Expert Re-Piping Services for Every Home
What to Expect
Rescue Plumbing keeps up to date on code requirements which can change based on the county. We have re-piped a one bath home up to a six plus bath home. We have done single story to three story homes and even split level homes. With whole house re-piping, we provide shut offs outside the home for the water service but also provide shut offs to sinks, kitchen faucet, toilets, refrigerator ice maker, and water heater. We include thermal expansion tanks as well as pressure regulating valves with our re-pipes. Water pipes will be secured, not left “hanging”, in crawl spaces and attics. We always perform a line locate by calling “811” to ensure that all utility lines are located and marked for safety. With whole house re-piping, Rescue Plumbing will provide a 5-year warranty.
This type of job usually takes anywhere from 1 day to 4 days so people often are concerned about staying in their home during this process but not to worry. We will always leave at least one sink and one toilet working before leaving for the day so that you can stay in your home.
The cost of this type of job can vary greatly depending on the size of the home as well as the installation strategy that will be required. For example, we may need to go through the attic, under the floor, in the ground, and around the walls.
Book an Inspection and Get a Free Estimate for Re-Piping Services
Call us, and we can come out to your home and give you an estimate of what needs to be done and how much it will cost. Remember, re-piping your home is a major repair. It is important to be sure that whomever you use to perform this task is licensed and insured.