Atlanta Repiping Services
If your pipes are old, have many sources of leaks and are broken beyond repair, repiping is the answer. Call 404-524-1825 for skilled Atlanta, GA repiping services. View the latest selection of coupons and exclusive offers from Plumb Works Inc here.
With over 25 years in the industry, trust us with your repiping needs. Sometimes pipes are deemed to be unfit for safety or health reasons. Repiping can help you reduce the monthly water bills of your Atlanta, GA home (if you’ve had extensive leaking), and can improve your household draining and efficiency. Click here to visit our reviews page and see a few of our glowing customer testimonials.
When You Need Repiping
Many older homes and businesses have a system of pipes that are on its last legs. Did you know that slow, steady leaks often cause more damage than a sudden burst pipe? This is because mold or mildew growth has a chance to develop and spread over a longer time frame. While repiping requires an upfront cost, it can save you from potential costly water damage down the road.
Here are a few signs you may need repiping:
- Leaking from multiple areas.
- Water that can taste rusty or metallic.
- Very low water pressure.
- Ever-increasing water bills.
- A slab leak has been found by your neighbor.
- Pipes with pinhole leaks.
When repiping is required, this involves removing damaged sections of old piping and installing new piping in its place. This is necessary to stabilize the plumbing system and ensure the structural integrity.
Newer Types of Piping
Older types of piping include lead and galvanized steel which are more prone to corrosion and are structurally weaker. Polybutylene pipes were once popular but are no longer being used as they are not robust enough to withstand daily wear-and-tear.
Here are the most common types of piping available today:
This is a durable and versatile material that is suited for all your household needs. Because it’s easy to install and is ideal for use in a variety of applications, it’s a popular choice for both interior and exterior piping.
This stands for polyethylene piping. This plastic material is relatively durable and versatile and can withstand basic temperature variations. PEX is resistant to scaling, chlorine, and corrosion and the pipes can be pieced together without elbows or joints.
Plumb Works Inc uses only the highest quality of copper piping (type K) to ensure it can withstand high levels of pressure, and deal with water flow and noise. Our knowledgeable plumbers will assess your unique situation and advise you on the pros and cons of both types of plumbing.
Are you worried about the state of your pipes? Call Plumb Works Inc at 404-524-1825 to get a FREE estimate.