REPIPING SERVICES in
Myrtle Beach, SC
Home Repiping Services For Old Drains
If you experience frequent clogs or have noisy pipes, call the expert plumbers at PlumbSure Plumbing & Drains and ask about our house repiping services at 843-417-0017.
Do you need fast, efficient plumbing repairs that are cost-effective and guaranteed? PlumbSure Plumbing & Drains is the go-to plumbing contractor. We have over 15 years of experience and continually provide top-rated service for our loyal customers. Whether you need drain cleaning, sewer line inspection, kitchen fixtures, clogged toilet repair, or anything in between, you can always count on us!
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“I am very pleased with our complete bathroom rehab. Ray Imes did meticulous work, kept us informed during the process, was very congenial, did amazing cleanup, kept us informed of the schedule, and did amazing custom work that resulted in a beautiful bathroom with a walk-in shower. I highly recommend Plumbsure Plumbing & Drains.”
“Amazing response time and quality of work! Raymond was very professional and knowledgeable and taught me some things throughout his time fixing our issue.”
“Ray managed to squeeze me in the same afternoon that my home warranty company contacted him about fixing my leaking disposal. He quickly diagnosed the problem and replaced my disposal in less than 30 minutes. I was impressed! While he was here, he patiently answered all of my questions. Five stars!”
Signs You Need Your Plumbing Repiped
Most homeowners rarely think about their plumbing system unless there’s a problem; they expect things to work daily. However, if you have an older home, you may notice more plumbing problems cropping up than usual. Instead of putting out one fire after another, repiping your house may be the better solution. Here are the most common signs indicating repiping your house might be the best decision.
Low Water Pressure
Low water pressure at a single fixture can happen because of a clog or leak in a particular pipe; however, if you have low water pressure throughout the house, it’s worth investigating a whole house repipe to solve the problem.
If your pipes constantly leak, it may be time to replace the entire piping system. Frequent leaks develop as pipes age, and eventually, it stops making financial sense to continue repairing them. Upgrading your plumbing will save you money, solve the problem, and give you one less thing to worry about.
Over time, pipes can become old and corroded, causing them to break down and leak. Replacing them with new pipes will solve this problem and add value to your home if you choose to sell it later. As a general rule of thumb, a whole house repipe is in order if your plumbing system is over 50 years old or you have galvanized steel or lead pipes.
How Long Does Repiping a House Take?
So, you’ve decided to take the plunge and repipe your home. The next concern you probably have is how long it will take and how long you’ll be without service.
Repiping a house is a complex project, so the timeline to complete depends mainly on the size of your home. In general, a small home repipe can be completed in about two days, while a large home can take up to a week. The good news is that your plumbing contractor installs new pipes alongside the old, meaning you won’t be without water service for the duration of the job. You may lose access temporarily at a single location, but rarely should it be house-wide.
Before hiring a repipe contractor, it’s best to get estimates to determine if this is in your budget. Also, it’s wise to assess your plumbing system honestly to determine if a whole house repipe is necessary or if you can get by with a sectional repair.