At Highmark Plumbing & Drainage, our plumbers specialize in full-service pipe repair and repiping. From analyzing and diagnosing the issue to removal and replacement. Our plumbing pipe installer experts can handle your repiping job from start to finish.
What Is Repiping?
One of the unfortunate aspects of plumbing elements is that they cannot last forever. There can come a time where you have to have the pipes in your home or commercial space repiped. Repiping is where our plumbing technicians will remove the hot and cold pipes from the building and then replace them with brand-new pipes. There are several reasons why repiping might be necessary, including:
- If you have an older home or commercial space that contains original plumbing that consists of lead pipes, which can be a dangerous health hazard.
- You start to notice water that is black or rust-colored, low water pressure or feel that there is a leak – you may have the start of degeneration.
- The build-up of mineral deposits, including lime, can start to impede flow and water warming.
While repiping will not take forever, it could cause a bit of inconvenience for a few days. You can talk with our plumbing professionals so that you have a good idea of what to expect.
New Pipe Installation
There may be a few different reasons why a homeowner would want to have new pipes installed. Some may have a problem with regular leaks or low water pressure. The new pipes available today make these issues a thing of the past.
If you are building a new home, installing state-of-the-art piping will help you to make sure that they will work for many years to come..
We work with only the best, most high-quality materials at Highmark Plumbing. This is to ensure your new pipes have a long lifespan and work as they should. We will take out any old piping and then install the new pipes. We also make sure to take potential mold or mildew buildup from previous piping into consideration. It is our policy to go over your options for new piping. The options may include copper or PEX. Piping made of PEX is more malleable. Each of these is a great choice for new piping in your
How Do I Know If I Need Pipe Repair Or Repiping?
The good news is that you will not always have to repipe. There are some situations when a repair will be the best and simplest answer. The only way to determine whether or not you need pipe repair or repiping service is to contact us at High Mark Plumbing so that we can do a full analysis. This will allow us to get a clearer picture of the state of your plumbing so that we can do a solid diagnosis and offer you a variety of options to choose from.