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After an initial check from a home inspector following a new home build or home purchase, most homeowners don’t give much thought to the quality and life of their pipes. That is, until they start to deal with repetitive clogs, backups, smells and other plumbing issues. Your water quality is too important to trust old, outdated, or deteriorating pipes.

It is important that you have your home plumbing inspected at least once a year to catch the variety of warning signs your home may be giving you. In general, the lifespan of your pipes can vary due to several factors, including normal wear and tear, age, climate, and the materials used. A good rule of thumb is considering anything 50 years or older replaceable. If your pipes are old, fragile, damaged, or otherwise unable to handle the demands of your family, it’s time to consider repiping services from Premier Plumbing and Mechanical.

What Is Repiping?

As you may suspect, repiping involves removing all existing pipes in your home and replacing them with a new, updated plumbing system. Prior to 1970, many homes in the area were fitted with galvanized iron or copper pipes. While these pipes were innovative at the time, they have since been shown to corrode, rust, and break down over time. These issues can lead to expensive, damaging leaks and poor water quality for your home.

Today, the industry standard is CPVC, which is not susceptible to corrosion and experiences a much stronger bond at the joints than traditional copper pipes. When you consider the fact that these pipes can handle heat, increased water pressure, and continuous use for years to come, the choice is clear. In fact, a new plumbing system can last up to 100 years under the right conditions.

Warning Signs You May Need Repiping

Of course, it is difficult to assess the condition of your pipes without professional intervention, which is why it is critical to schedule yearly plumbing inspections. However, there are several warning signs your plumbing system may need repiping. These warning signs include:

  • Low water pressure. If your relaxing shower no longer seems to wet your hair, this is a good sign of pipe issues lurking behind the showerhead. Sediment from extensive corrosion can slow the flow of water and cause unpredictable water pressure.
  • Discolored water. Your water should be clear. Any discoloration is a sign of corroded pipes and the accumulation of sediment in your pipes.
  • Frequent leaks. Old, worn out and corroded pipes develop weak spots that can cause leaks in your home. If you are constantly dealing with leaks, this could be due to build up over time that is starting to impact more than one area of your home.
  • Strange noises. Noisy pipes can be a sign that something is wrong with your plumbing system. If you notice rattling, screeching, or tapping, there may be damage to the hidden elements of your plumbing.
  • Constant clogging. As pipes weaken, they are no longer able to handle normal amounts of hair, toilet paper and waste. If you are constantly clearing clogs from your plumbing system, it may be time to repipe.

Trust Your Repiping to the Pros

Plumbing can be complicated, and a simple mistake could be costly. If you feel that you are constantly fending off serious plumbing issues, it is best to call in the pros for repiping services. Professional repiping services from Premier Plumbing and Mechanical will ensure your old, corroded pipes are replaced with safe, durable CPVC, protecting your home and family from the risks of a failing plumbing system. In addition, our expert technicians will conduct an evaluation to carefully plan your repiping project and ensure compliance with all codes and permitting bodies.

If your home is in need of durable, safe replacement piping, turn to the trusted professionals at Premier Plumbing and Mechanical. Our team of experienced experts is committed to helping you achieve the water quality you deserve. Contact us today to schedule a quote.

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