You may have old, corroding, or leaky water lines in your home. Typically a leak isn’t big deal, just call a plumber and the issue can be resolved the same day. But what if your leaks are beginning to become consistent throughout the house? Or would if you are experiencing low water pressure or discoloration of your water? Well in these cases you may need a full water system repipe.
Repiping a water line isn’t just a repair for a specific part of the line, it’s a complete gutting of your entire piping system to ensure that you don’t have to worry about experiencing leaks and issues for years.
Repiping answers various needs a homeowner might find themselves having. For one, it takes old leaky pipes and removes them, decreasing the potential of leaks and water damage to your home. It also gives better water pressure and higher value to your home. It prevents mineral build-up and increases consistency of water flow.
PEX is becoming the top competitor to copper piping when it comes to repiping and new construction. PEX is a polyethylene that has uniquely bound molecules that increases strength and longevity. PEX is many plumbers favorite form of piping because it is flexible and easier to install. But clients and homeowners love the PEX piping as well because it is more cost effective, immune to mineral build-up, and extremely unlikely to freeze.
PEX was invented in the 1930s and usage has exponentially increased ever since. PEX piping is quieter than rigid piping because of its flexibility so you never experience water hammer or singing pipes. It is resistant to extreme high or low temperatures, it’s efficient because it retains heat longer for hot water lines, and resits condensation in cold water lines. PEX also lasts decades, and has fewer necessary connections than rigid piping and so creates less of a potential for leaks.
Our estimates at Inland Empire Plumbing are comprehensive and honest. We don’t believe in underestimating to get the job, then charging more for “alterations” to the original estimate. We also will never overcharge for our services. We do quality work and give quality service to our clients at fair prices and have integrity in all our dealings.
An estimate is required before repiping. Partly because we want to make sure we are doing what is going to benefit you in the long run as our client, and partly because we want to spell out what we will be doing so you can come to a fair decision. We will never manipulate you into doing a repipe, but we will also be honest about the situation of your home’s plumbing.
We Respect Your Home
Inland Empire Plumbing is a company dedicated to ensuring your satisfaction with our plumbing services. So we take the time and care to protect your home and belongings. We always operate in a safe manner, and clean up after we are done.