REPIPING DOESN’T HAVE TO BE A NIGHTMARE
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What you should know about repiping your water or sewer lines
- While repiping water or sewer lines can be complex, it doesn’t have to feel that way to you. Because we’re experts in our field, with licenses, ongoing education and years of experience, we know the ins and outs of a successful repiping project. Our promise is to bring exceptional service to you so this doesn’t feel like a major burden. We understand it probably wasn’t something you were expecting, so we’ll take the time to explain the issues and help you come up with the best solution possible.
- You and your home deserve to be treated with respect, and that’s exactly what you’ll get from the Home Angels that work on your repiping project. Before we even consider starting we’ll carefully inspect the condition of your lines and pipes to determine if repiping is a must. If it is, we’ll get to work and you’ll be back to normal life in no time. We use only the best tools and technology so life doesn’t have to stop for you while we’re working.
- So, how do you know if repiping is vital to your home’s plumbing or water system? When you have an old home, there’s a good chance your plumbing system has never been updated. You might have cast iron pipes that have deteriorated over time, and it may be necessary to replace them. If mineral deposits have built up and caused blockages that can’t be released, repiping should be considered. Finally, if you’re noticing that continuous leaks are occurring, and often become excessive, you may be better off repiping your home.
- Water and sewer lines aren’t the only things that need repiping sometimes. Toilets and water heaters can be added to that list as well. Repiping these can help you save on your water bill, as faulty, corroded lines can create significant water consumption. We’ll always give you multiple options and allow you to decide what’s right for your home. After all, you’re the one living in it!