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Over time, pipes deteriorate, causing a yellowish appearance of the water, a decrease in pressure or the appearance of flakes in the water. Replacing your old pipes in a house or building can sound like a huge job and that's why you should contact plumbing professionals like us.
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Virtually every homeowner has had to deal with simple plumbing problems like the annoying leaky faucet in the middle of the night or a backed-up toilet at some point. Existing galvanized or zinc-coated pipes in your home should be replaced if they were installed more than 25 years ago.

Having a new system will help you from having to make further repairs for many years to come, better protection against leaks and water damage ,replace outdated materials, fix water pressure and prevent health risks.
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Which materials do we use?

Copper pipes is the oldest piping system currently in use.It’s considered the gold standard in home plumbing systems, and they can last 75-100 years.
Are more durable and longer-lasting than PEX pipes
Won’t corrode like galvanized steel pipes
Don’t harbor bacteria or other contaminants
Are temperature resistant
Are able to withstand shock from earthquakes
Smaller than CPVC pipes
Has been used for decades and is a proven, reliable pipe material
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PEX is the newest piping material currently in use. It started being used in new construction in Europe before gaining a foothold in the United States. It is versatile, flexible and easy to work with.
  • More cost-effective than copper pipes
  • Flexible material means its quieter than copper pipes
  • Flexibility makes PEX pipes easier to install, as they can be fed around bends in walls
  • Flexibility also eliminates the need for joint fittings, which can be a common source of leaks
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Less likely to crack or burst during freezing conditions
  • Naturally insulated, which helps against thermal loss 
  • Great option if your home is built on a concrete slab foundation  
  • Can be installed using smaller openings in drywall due to its flexibility
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Renovating your home's plumbing is a big financial investment, but once you've done it, you'll have a reliable plumbing network that will last longer.
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