If you’ve been experiencing multiple water leaks on your water piping system, you may want to consider repiping your house or business. The main cause of leaks is degeneration of your water supply pipes. There are a number of factors that can cause this situation, including hard water. A repipe consists of running new hot and cold water lines through the attic and down your walls to your faucets and fixtures.
When a plumbing system ages, pipes can begin to leak or start to contaminate the water supply. In order to combat this problem, home and business owners should consider repiping before the problem escalates. Here is generally what should be expected during the repiping process:
The plumbing will first need to be inspected. After the inspection, our repairman will recommend whether a full repiping must be completed or just a small alteration for a singular pipe. Once the decision is made, we’ll let you know what needs to be done and begin the repair, which typically takes one to two days to complete. During this time, the water will be completely cut off. Once the pipes are finished, one last inspection will be done.
R.J. Kielty Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling has experience with over 78,000 water plumbing supply system installations since 1973. From the initial meeting to completion of the job, we will finish your repipe project with quality materials and total efficiency so your home or business can get back to normal quickly.
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