Pipes for domestic and commercial installations are built to last, but unfortunately don't last forever. With age, pipes tend to wear down, making them susceptible to damage, leaks, and mineral buildup. If you notice low water pressure, reduced water flow, or leaks, it's likely time to act. That's where repiping comes in.
Simply put, re-piping is a complete replacement for a piping system. It's important to hire professionals who specialize in repiping and plumbing to complete the repiping work so as not to turn your home or other space into a demolition zone. You can also search for plumbing replacement services using the internet.
Repiping is a big task, but professionals will do the job in a way that reduces the amount of invasive work on the building materials of your home or business.
Most repiping jobs take approximately 3-5 days, depending on the size of the job. Floors and furniture will be protected from water damage and dust, as they are covered before beginning the job.
Repiping professionals will locate the pipes in your walls with slight cuts into the walls and ceilings and will remove only the amount of building material needed to replace the piping, keeping disruption of your home or business at a minimum. Upon installing your new pipes, the plumbers will patch the small cuts made in the walls and ceiling, leaving no sign that they were there.