Repiping

Repiping typically involves the complete replacement of the water distribution pipe system in your home, including pipes, pipe fittings, stop valves, and supply lines. While the process takes about 3 days, water is only unavailable for a few hours on the last day, ensuring the least interruption to your life as possible. Re-piping could be an option to consider, depending on the type of pipes you currently have. Galvanized or polybutylene plumbing is susceptible to clogs, leaks and breaks, most of which are caused by corrosion.

Warning Signs:

  • Low water pressure

  • Rusty water

  • Leaky pipe, leaks in foundation

  • Water running even when faucets are closed

  • Unusually high water bills

Benefits of Re-Piping

  • Clean clear water (no rust or odor)

  • Increased water pressure

  • Stable water temperature when using multiple faucets simultaneously

  • Sound investment in your home

  • Increased property value

Copper Piping, CPVC & Pex

Plumbers always recommend copper piping for clean, drinkable water. If you are thinking of updating your pipes and drains, copper piping is the most durable pipe and is generally guaranteed from the manufacturer for fifty years. Combined with T. M. Caldwell Plumbing, Inc.’s guarantees, installing copper piping means you likely never have to worry about your pipes again. CPVC & Pex piping however are the most economical. Call T. M. Caldwell Plumbing, Inc. of Hickory for an estimate on piping today! 

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