Whole-Home Repipe Services
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Second time I’ve used these guys. Shout out to Raymond for a very quick response on both times. First experience repair was with a leaking water softener. Raymond responded at 10pm… read more
February 19, 2023
The shut-offs for our washing machine were leaking. We had ordered a new washing machine – but the installers would not install until the leaks were fixed. They… read more
January 18, 2023
My go-to plumbing service, always a great interaction with Raymond and his crew. Adrian has come out to our home a few times over the last year and he is… read more
January 2, 2023
Thought my house was going to flood from an unexpected backup, and they were here within twenty minutes! Had to get some piping repaired and tree roots cut back, and… read more
November 7, 2022
Raymond was very responsive and professional. He and Alex offered their opinions of the repair and provided costs for each option and gave me the freedom to choose best option.… read more
November 7, 2022
Repiping your house has several advantages.
Our clients choose a whole-house repipe for the following reasons:
Have you experienced any water leaks?
Complete repipes come with a warranty, giving you piece of mind in the event of a water leak.
You may have heard the words “slab leak” and “pinhole leak” if you fear you have leaky pipes or have already been told you have a leak.
Pinhole Pipe Leak
A pinhole pipe leak is a small leak in a pipe that looks like a pinhole.
Copper pipes are prone to this sort of leak, which can occur anyplace in your home.
Pinhole leaks might appear as a single leak, clusters of leaks, or run the length of a pipe.
Pinhole leaks can be caused by a variety of factors.
Pinhole leaks in your pipes might be the consequence of a variety of factors.
Copper Piping Corrosion
- Chlorine levels in your tap water are too high.
- The hot water heater has rusted.
- pH of the water is too high (measures acidity)
- Bacteria (microbes) in the water or soil
A slab leak is a plumbing leak that happens beneath your home’s slab foundation.
Although some slab leaks begin as pinhole leaks in copper pipes, not all pinhole leaks become slab leaks, and not all slab leaks become pinhole leaks.
A slab leak can sometimes be caused by a cracked or entirely damaged pipe.
Slab leaks, like pinhole leaks, can be caused by a variety of factors, some of which may occur at the same time.
- Problems with the initial Installation
- Cracked slabs from shifting of the earth
- Abrasion and Corrosion
When we repipe a house after finding a slab leak, we run new piping via the ceilings, attics, and walls, bypassing the slab.
You won’t have to worry about a slab-leak ever again.
Do you have concerns about your old piping?
A whole-house repipe is frequently less expensive than you expect.
Many of our clients in specific communities have heard the term’repipe’ from friends and neighbors who have already had their house repiped, even if they have not yet had any repipe symptoms in their home pipes.
Homes in the same area are likely to contain comparable pipes, and breakdowns can occur in clusters across several surrounding homes within a short period of time.
When ancient (or inferior) pipes fail and leak, the damage can be far more expensive than repiping.
Especially if the leak happens when no one is home, or if the leak is sluggish and causes major damage before being spotted (this is a common cause of homes needing very expensive mold remediation).
Do you have a problem with low water pressure?
A repipe may be your best option if mineral or rust buildup is obstructing your pipes.
Rinsing shampoo out of your hair under a trickling showerhead or waiting for a bathtub to fill up may be incredibly aggravating.
When your entire home is affected by low water pressure, it will take longer to wash your dishes, clothing, and yourself.
Your home’s water pressure can be affected by a variety of factors.
It might be your pressure regulator or a partially closed water meter valve.
However, blocked plumbing, particularly in galvanized pipes, might be the source of the problem.
Internal corrosion and accumulation can cause water flow to be restricted.
Homeowners (or plumbers) may adjust the entry water pressure at their pressure regulator to compensate for the reduced water flow.
This can eventually lead to leaks, turning what was once a minor annoyance into a costly source of damage.
Do you have problems with the quality of your water?
When you have galvanized iron pipes, a repipe is typically the best answer.
Pipes that have rusted are a regular problem for homeowners.
When faucets are switched on and off often, causing the pressure inside the pipes to fluctuate, loosened rust might detach from the pipe.
This discolored water then finds its way into the bathroom and kitchen sinks, baths, showers, and laundry room via the water supply line.
Galvanized pipes are another common source of rust-colored water.
And, in most situations, this is a problem that affects all of your home’s pipes.
If you have any questions, or would like to book a no-obligation in-home (or remote) consultation with one of our Estimators, please contact us by phone or email.
Have a professional, such as JR Plumbing Service Experts, examine your pipeline by scheduling a camera inspection, which can detect leaks as soon as possible.
Don’t be suprised by a leak or home flood; contact JR Plumbing at 281-690-7079 7 days a week to setup a licensed professional plumber inspect your home today.