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Introduction:

Your home's plumbing requires regular maintenance and attention, just like any other aspect of your house. Over time, pipes can deteriorate, leading to leaks, low water pressure, discolored water, and other issues.

If you find yourself dealing with plumbing repairs, if you live in an older home, or are planning a renovation project, it may be the perfect time to consider repiping your entire house.

In this blog post, we'll explore repiping, signs that indicate the need for repiping, and what you can expect from the process. Plus, we have an exciting offer from Admiral Plumbing: a free water heater with the purchase of a whole-home repipe! Read on to learn more.

What Does it Mean to Repipe a Home?

Repiping involves replacing the aging or problematic plumbing system in your home with a modern and updated one. Typically, this process is done in older homes with corroded or damaged pipes or during significant home renovations. A complete house repipe entails replacing all the pipes in your plumbing system, whether they are located within the walls or underground.

When Should Homeowners Consider Repiping?

Determining the need for repiping your home is an important decision. Here are some signs that indicate it may be time for a repipe:

Presence of Lead or Galvanized Steel Pipes:

Homes constructed over 100 years ago have lead pipes, which pose a serious health hazard if lead gets into the water supply. Additionally, galvanized steel pipes, commonly found in homes built before the 1960s, are prone to corrosion, leaks, and sediment accumulation.

Persistent Plumbing Issues:

If you find yourself frequently dealing with leaky or problematic pipes, a repipe is a long-term solution. By repiping your home, you'll not only address recurring plumbing issues but also enjoy the benefits of a brand-new system built to last for decades.

Home Remodeling:

If you're planning a kitchen or bathroom remodel or adding new rooms to your home, it's a perfect time to consider repiping. This makes sure that the new plumbing fixtures blend smoothly with your renovated home, preventing any problems that could occur when linking the old and new systems.

Before You Begin: Inspection and Estimate

A complete repipe of your home requires careful planning and investment. To start the process, it's essential to have a professional plumber inspect your existing system and provide an estimate for the work. Call Admiral, for a free inspection.

What to Expect During the Repipe Process:

 Embarking on a repiping project involves some disruption to your daily routine. Here's a glimpse of what you can expect during the repipe process:

Preparations:

To access the old pipes and install the new ones, plumbers will need to cut holes in the drywall. Furniture might need to be moved and covered to protect against dirt or damage.

Water Disruptions:

Your water supply will be temporarily shut off during the renovation. While the plumber builds the new system alongside the old one, you'll still have access to water from the existing pipes. However, there will be times when the water will be completely off during the connection of the new system.

Plumbers Need Access:

Plumbers will require access to the drywall in various rooms to install the new pipe system. Before the work commences, ensure that furniture, artwork, or wall hangings are moved out of the way to provide adequate access for the plumbers.

Duration of the Process:

The duration of a repiping project depends on the size of your home and the number of bathrooms. Typically, it can take anywhere from two to three days up to a week. Discuss with your plumber how water disruptions can be minimized during this time.

Permitting:

Similar to other renovation projects, obtaining a work permit for repiping is necessary. This step should be completed after the initial work is scheduled.

Inspection and Finishing:

Once the new pipes are installed, a professional inspection is required to ensure everything is up to code. Once the inspector approves the work, the plumber can proceed with patching the drywall and repainting your walls, leaving them looking as good as new.

Conclusion:

If you're considering repiping your home, Admiral Plumbing is here to help! With our exclusive coupon, you'll receive a free water heater when you purchase a whole-home repipe. Don't let outdated plumbing hold you back from enjoying a reliable and efficient system.

Contact Admiral Plumbing today to set up a consultation and take advantage of this limited-time offer! Upgrade your home's plumbing and ensure a comfortable living environment for years to come.

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