With the passage of time, the pipes in your home may get old, corroded and fragle. This affects the quality of the water and results in poor water flow. The corrosion may even lead to leaks, in some cases. Pipe leaks in general are fixable, but sometimes if the whole pipe system is failing a repipe is unavoidable.
When do you need to replace old, galvanized, polybutylene, cpvc or copper pipes and when a repair can serve the purpose? Should you replace all of them? What would be the cost involved?
Old pipes tend to wear and tear over time. They need to be replaced once they are damaged beyond repair.
A competent plumber can do a whole-house repiping for you in a hassle-free and convenient way.
Calling a professional, certified plumber to assess the state of piping in your home helps you understand if you need a whole-house repipe, or just a repair of a few.
Especially if you have bought a new home, it is crucial to have a plumber check the plumbing beforehand and suggest what all needs to go.
Here are a few signs that indicate your house needs whole-house repiping!
Simba Plumbing provides residential whole-house repiping services. We have been in the trade for more than a decade and have helped thousands of clients. Our team of technicians is experienced in dealing with complex plumbing issues.
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Simba Plumbing is a one-stop solution for all your plumbing needs. Whether you need a water heater installed or repaired, or you need whole-house repiping, we got you covered.
Our expert technicians are available round the clock. Don’t hesitate to call us right now.
We offer FREE ESTIMATES on any repipe projects.
Reach out to us for getting your plumbing system assessed and fixed. A delay in diagnosing the issue at the right time may result in additional expenses later.
We believe in having long-term business relationships with our customers. We have a flat-rate pricing model and quote the entire price for the operation post-assessment – no hidden costs, no surprises!
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Plumbing is complex only if you are not well-informed. Here are the answers to some questions, people often search Google for!
Most likely your water lines are not properly secured, meaning there are some spots where they rub up against your floor joists. If you call Len The Plumber we can make sure your pipes are properly secured and install pipe hangers between your pipes and the joists to eliminate the noises.
The most common thing we find is corroded O-rings, gaskets or valve seats that cause faucets to leak. Together, these components are what hold back the water until the faucet is opened, so if one of them is corroded, you’ll get a leaky, dripping faucet!
Yes. Water leaking out of your pipes or fixtures will eventually cause enough corrosion that even a pinhole-sized leak can eventually grow and potentially cause damage to your home.
An overflowing toilet is usually caused by a leak in your tank’s fill valve or deterioration of the shaft or wire that sets the fill level. Whatever the cause, call Len The Plumber for the solution!
Foul smelling water is caused by the combination of hydrogen, sulfur, and bacteria in the water. Sulfur and bacteria are naturally present in the water your appliances use, and they will not make you sick.