Options for Pipe Installation
Pipe materials for home plumbing have advanced significantly during the last few decades. Older homes have cast iron or galvanized steel pipes, which are outdated and prone to corrosion. One of the most common reasons that homeowners need new pipe installations is to replace these deteriorating materials. The most popular options for new pipes are copper, PEX, and CPVC. A professional plumber can assist you with determining which type of pipe will work best for your needs. Flexible plastic piping is excellent for narrow spaces, and also for accommodating hot water lines, while copper is a good choice for main water lines.
If you are planning to expand your plumbing for new construction, such as add–on rooms, or because you are updating a number of appliances in your home connected to hot and cold water pipes, your professional installers will come up with the best layout and materials for the job.
Let Professional Plumbers Replace Those Leaky Pipes
Sometimes plumbers can repair a leaking pipe with a patch job. But if you have older pipes in your home that are suffering from corrosion, or if the damage on the pipe is significant, the pipe should receive a complete replacement with new material. Put your confidence in a professional plumber to manage this task, since it requires a combination of special skills and tools to achieve. The plumber must reach the damaged pipe with as little disruption to building material as possible, detach the section needing replacement, and then make sure the new pipe is made of the best material for the job and will be able to handle water flow. In other words—don’t try to install pipes on your own! Give our plumbers a call and hire us to install new piping for you.