Plumbing Repipe Specialists Houston, TX
Water leaks are a huge hassle. If your home contains galvanized piping you're at risk. Over time galvanized water lines develop pinhole leaks and will begin to leak water into the home. If your home currently has leaking from galvanized pipes you must first turn off the water to the house. Galvanized pipes can usually be patched, however, more leaks will occur. Other problems that galvenized pipes can cause
WHAT CAN OLD GALVANIZED PIPES CAUSE?
Poor water pressure at sinks, faucets, or shower heads can be a sign of a water leak. This can be very bad when the location of leaks are in a place that is not easily found. This can result in higher than normal water bills (ie paying for water you're not using).
Call our team of professional Houston Plumbers immediately. We can help stop the leaking and update your plumbing system to prevent future problems. Leaks on galvenized piping is typically a chronic problem.
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If you're experiencing some of these conditions call Mission for a free bid on a whole home repipe.
WHY IS PEX PIPE BETTER THAN GALVANIZED FOR WATER LINES?
Pex piping is superior to galvanized water pipes should be used for repiping your Houston home for several key reasons. Pex lasts longer with fewer leaks. Pex does not deteriorate like galvenized steal. Pex repipes last longer and perform better.
HOW LONG DOES CHANGING GALVENIZED TO PEX PIPE REPLACEMENT TAKE?
Plumbing repipe can take 1 day on smaller homes and up to 3 days on larger homes. A large determining factor for how long a repipe will take is access. Meaning. How many times to we need to open a wall to run piping through the home. Another factor to account for is single story vs multi story homes. A qualified plumber can very easily estimate the time to budget for a project like this. You should be aware that during the period of installation you will not be able to use the water in your home until the work is complete.