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If you're constantly dealing with plumbing issues, it might be time to consider an update to your home's piping system. Persistent, recurring problems are often a sign of aged or deteriorating pipes. Leaks, low water pressure, and rusty water are all symptoms of a plumbing system that may be past its prime.

Repiping your home can provide a reliable, long-term solution to these persistent issues. Upgrading your pipes will not only eliminate chronic plumbing problems but also significantly enhance the overall efficiency of your home's plumbing system. Don't let outdated pipes impede your property’s functionality and your peace of mind. Trust PowerHouse Home Services to provide superior repiping services that will ensure your pipes are in top condition for years.

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Discover the Essentials of Repiping

Repiping is the complete replacement of the existing plumbing system in your home. It involves removing old pipes and installing new ones that are more durable and efficient. Repiping is not always the solution when you encounter damage or leaks. In many cases, minor repairs or partial replacements may suffice.

Optimal Repiping Scenarios

  • Your property’s pipes are over 50 years old and haven't been replaced.
  • You experience frequent leaks despite regular repairs.
  • Water pressure throughout the house is consistently low.
  • You notice rust-colored or odd-tasting water, which might indicate rusting pipes.
  • Your pipes are made of outdated or hazardous material, like lead or polybutylene.

Repiping Options to Consider

  • Copper: This material is durable, resistant to corrosion, and has a long lifespan. It's a traditional choice for many homeowners but comes with a higher cost.
  • PEX (cross-linked polyethylene): PEX is flexible, easy to install, and less expensive than copper. It's also resistant to scale and chlorine, doesn't corrode, and can withstand high temperatures.
  • PVC (polyvinyl chloride) and CPVC (chlorinated polyvinyl chloride): These types of plastic pipes are often used for drain lines. They're lightweight, resistant to corrosion, and affordable but can't withstand high temperatures.
  • Galvanized steel: Galvanized pipes are coated with zinc to prevent rust and corrosion. They're durable and long lasting, but they're also heavier and more difficult to work with than other options.

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