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San Diego Whole House Repiping Services
Are your pipes cracked or leaking? Call (619) 472-2112 and speak to Perry Plumbing Heating & Air about repiping your San Diego, CA home today. They are the “plumber that other plumbers recommend” here to save on your next project with our current deals and promotions.
Some types of plastic plumbing piping can cause ongoing plumbing maintenance problems and actually lower the home value at resale. In these cases, repiping is often the best option. We are able to handle whole-house repiping and are experts at doing these projects with as little disturbance to the home as possible. We can work with your contractor who will come in when we’re done to repair sheetrock and paint. You will never know we were there!
One of the most beneficial projects a homeowner can undertake is repiping. By replacing old pipes with a new, modern system, you will experience the many benefits that new piping can provide. At Perry Plumbing Heating & Air, we work hard to save San Diego, CA homeowners money when it comes to the plumbing in their home. Ask about repiping today and enjoy the many advantages it will bring. Check out our reviews to see what others in your area are saying about us.
Repair vs. Repipe
The pipes in your home are always working to move water throughout your home. Whether it’s providing water for a shower, or sending water to your dishwasher, your pipes are constantly busy. It goes without saying then, that they will eventually experience problems that may require repairs. The trick to knowing when to repair and when to replace your pipes is by weighing the benefits and disadvantages. A small one-off leak may require a simple repair while multiple leaks in the system would do better with a replacement.
Taking into consideration the overall cost and savings related will help you make your decision. For example, a newer, modern pipe system is built to anticipate repairs, making fixing the pipe easier and less expensive when the time comes.
Signs It’s Time to Repipe Your Home
Many homeowners will put off repiping their home because of the scale and cost of the project. However, there are several instances when installing a new system is more advantageous to the homeowner. Some of these instances include:
- Noticing a change in the color, taste or smell of your water.
- Losing water pressure.
- Experiencing frequent repairs and leaks with current pipes.
- Noticing rising water bills each month.
Noticing anything different in the water in your home should be followed up by a call to Perry Plumbing Heating & Air. Our technicians can assess the issue and recommend the best course of action for repair or replacement.
What Type of Materials are Used?
There are two standard piping materials that professionals use for these types of jobs, copper piping, and PEX piping. Both offer great benefits. The main differences include:
- Lasts longer
- Features strong joints that won’t sag
- Upfront cost to install is higher compared to PEX
- Flexible material makes it easier to install and repair
- More resistant to extreme weather conditions
- Cannot be attached to a water heater
- Cannot be used outdoors as it is damaged by UV rays
If your pipe repair bills are adding up, or your water bill is rising, a full home repipe could be a solution. We were voted National Contractor of the Year by both Contractor Magazine, and the Plumbing Heating & Cooling Contractors Association, so don’t delay! Call us at (619) 472-2112 for expert advice and a quote.