Over time, your once fully functional and beautiful pipes succumb to rust and corrosion, and this affects the quality of water you use every day. This is a problem you need to fix before it turns into a bigger issue that will cost you more time and money.
Drain Nerds provides water line repiping services to see that your home has a healthy and reliable plumbing system. We handle jobs both small and large, from putting a few new pipes for a kitchen or bathroom remodel to whole house repiping designed to upgrade your home’s plumbing.
We are proud to serve Southwest Florida residents with top-notch repiping services, and strive to meet and exceed customer expectations on each project.
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Signs You Need to Repipe Your Water Line
Knowing whether or not it might be time to consider a repipe is crucial. That said, let’s review some of the typical signs to watch for:
- Recurring leaks
- Discolored water
- Low or unbalanced water pressure
- Noisy plumbing
- Leaky pipes
- Corrosion on pipes
- Extreme temperature fluctuations
- A strange smell to your water
What Are the Benefits of Water Line Repiping?
Whether you’re getting ready to put your home on the market or just need a pipe refresh, Drain Nerds can provide expert guidance for repiping services. Besides adding value to your home, a new pipe has many other benefits, including:
- Reducing the occurrence or frequency of plumbing leaks
- Providing corrosion-resistant pipes
- Ensure a rust-free water supply
- Improving water pressure
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What Piping Materials Are Used?
At Drain Nerds, we use only the best, up-to-date pipe materials for each repiping job. Two materials have stood the test of time, and each has its benefits and drawbacks. Our team can help you decide which one suits your house best:
- CPVC (chlorinated polyvinyl chloride): This is one of the most common types of plastic piping used today. It can withstand high temperatures, making it suitable for drain pipes and hot water piping.
- PEX (cross-linked polyethylene): This plastic piping is durable and easy to install. It’s a durable and cost-effective solution. PEX pipes also won't crack or freeze in cold weather. One drawback is that PEX can be damaged by UV light, making it unsuitable for outdoor use.
- UPONOR: This piping is generally considered a superior type of PEX. A major benefit of Uponor is that it has a larger inside diameter than PEX, allowing for more volume of water.