Re-piping is the process of replacing your older, rusty pipes with new ones that will help the pressure and quality of the water in your home.
Many older Georgia homes were built using galvanized pipes that corrode after many years or be sped up with small slab leaks undetected. Corrosion causes the pipes to become paper-thin and easy to break which can lead to your home’s water supply having a foul smell. Galvanized pipes can also develop leaks that can rot and cause damage to your home.
PEX pipes have gained popularity due to their flexibility, durability and efficiency. These are the easiest and fast kinds of pipes to install.
Copper pipes have a long lifespan of about 50 years. These durable pipes can be used both indoors and outdoors.
PVC Pipes are made of durable plastic and vinyl that can resist corrosion and does not rot or wear over time.
CPVC is a type of pipe that is made of plastic material and has great strength and flexibility. These pipes are typically used for hot water lines because of their great heat resistance.