A big problem in older homes

Swap Out Galvanized Pipes
"Galvanized pipes are a risk to healthy and safety"

Big pipes with Big problems

Constant repairs

Galvanized pipes tend to corrode from the inside out, which can cause leaks and other plumbing issues. This means that homeowners with galvanized pipes may need to deal with constant repairs and maintenance, leading to frustration and added expenses.

Low water pressure

As galvanized pipes corrode, they can become clogged with rust and debris, resulting in low water pressure throughout the home. This can make it difficult to shower, wash dishes, or perform other daily tasks that require a steady stream of water.

Water damage

If left unchecked, galvanized pipe leaks can lead to serious water damage in your home. Water damage can be costly to repair and may even pose health risks if mold or other harmful substances are present. Dealing with water damage caused by galvanized pipe leaks can be stressful and time-consuming for homeowners.

Swap Out Galvanized Pipes

Galvanized pipes were once a popular choice for residential plumbing due to their durability and resistance to rust. However, over time, these pipes can corrode from the inside out, leading to leaks, rusty water, low water pressure, and even water damage to your home. If you're experiencing these issues with galvanized pipes in your home, a PEX repipe is the solution you need.

The repipe specialists at Repipe Experts can quickly and efficiently replace your old pipes with durable PEX piping that will provide reliable water flow for years to come. Don't let galvanized pipe leaks cause headaches and costly repairs - contact us today for a top-quality PEX repipe solution.

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Don't let Galvanized Pipes ruin your home

Galvanized pipe leak repair with a whole house repipe with PEX
Galvanized pipe rusts and corrodes on the inside - causing poor flow, rusty water, and pipe leaks.

Big problems with galvanized pipe

  • Corrosion: Galvanized pipes are prone to corrosion from the inside out, which can lead to leaks and other plumbing issues
  • Low water pressure: As galvanized pipes corrode, they can become clogged with rust and debris, resulting in low water pressure throughout the home.
  • Rusty water: If you notice brown or discolored water coming from your faucets, it may be a sign that your galvanized pipes are corroding and rust is leaching into your water supply.
  • Water leaks: Over time, galvanized pipes can develop leaks due to corrosion or damage from external factors like freezing temperatures or physical impact.
  • Health concerns: Galvanized pipes may contain lead or other harmful substances that can leach into your drinking water over time, posing a health risk for you and your family.
  • Difficult repairs: Repairing galvanized pipes can be difficult and time-consuming due to their age and tendency to corrode from the inside out.
  • Reduced lifespan: Galvanized plumbing has a shorter lifespan compared to newer materials like PEX piping, meaning that homeowners may need to replace their entire plumbing system sooner than expected if they have galvanized pipes.

If you notice any of these signs, it's important to contact Repipe Experts as soon as possible to diagnose and repair the issue before it causes further damage to your property.

Replacing galvanized pipe with PEX is the best option

Consider the long-term savings that may result from replacing your old galvanized plumbing with a PEX repipe, such as:

  • Clean, rust-free water
  • Fewer leaks and less headache
  • Reduced water bills from less waste
  • Prevention of leaks and further damage to your home

PEX Repipe

If you're experiencing galvanized pipe leaks, a PEX repipe may be the solution you need. Unlike galvanized pipes, PEX (cross-linked polyethylene) piping is resistant to corrosion and can withstand high temperatures and pressures. A PEX repipe involves replacing your old galvanized pipes with new PEX piping, which can improve water pressure, reduce leaks, and eliminate the risk of harmful substances like lead leaching into your water supply. Additionally, because PEX piping is flexible and easy to install, a repipe can typically be completed in a fraction of the time it would take to repair or replace galvanized pipes. This means less disruption to your daily routine and fewer headaches dealing with ongoing plumbing issues.

Overall, replacing galvanized plumbing with a PEX repipe can result in long-term savings and improved home value.

Our simple repipe process

At Repipe Experts, we've perfected the process of making repiping simple and easy for homeowners and most repipes are completed in ONE DAY!

  • First, we thoroughly inspect your current plumbing system.
  • Once we’ve determined the best approach, we get to work. We use high quality PEX-A pipe to ensure that your new plumbing system is built to last. Our repipe specialists work quickly and efficiently, minimizing disruption to your routine.
  • We keep you informed every step of the way. We understand that repiping can be a stressful experience, so we make it as transparent as possible. From start to finish, we’re here for you.
  • After the repipe is complete, we perform a final inspection to ensure that everything is working properly and up to code.

Choose Repipe Experts for your repipe

When it comes to repiping your home, choosing the right repipe professional is paramount. It’s important to make sure that the repipe contractor you hire has the qualifications and experience necessary for a repipe project. The wrong company can cause costly damage or prolonged delays in your project.

Are you looking for a reliable and cost-effective solution to repipe your most valuable asset? Look no further than Repipe Experts!

Our team of experienced repipe specialists are experts in all things plumbing, providing top-of-the line services at competitive prices. We understand the importance of getting the job done right and on time - let us help you with all your repiping needs today!

"Being proactive with your plumbing system can save you time, money, and headaches in the long run. Don't wait for a leak - take action now and prevent future issues."

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Improved water quality

A PEX repipe can improve the overall quality of your home's water supply by eliminating the risk of harmful substances like lead leaching into your water. PEX piping is also resistant to corrosion and rust, which means you won't have to worry about discolored or foul-smelling water.

Reduced maintenance costs

Galvanized pipes require ongoing maintenance and repairs due to their tendency to corrode and develop leaks. By replacing them with PEX piping, you can significantly reduce your long-term plumbing costs and avoid the hassle of dealing with frequent repairs.

Increased home value

Upgrading your home's plumbing system with a PEX repipe can increase its resale value and appeal to potential buyers. Prospective homebuyers are often willing to pay more for a home that has modern, reliable plumbing that won't require costly upgrades in the near future.