Are You Agonizing Over Whether or Not to Repipe Your Building?

Don’t Even Think About Hiring a Plumber! – Until You’ve Read This First!

Your washing machine is filling up slower than it used to. The forceful stream of your shower as deteriorated into a dissatisfying trickle. Your tap water tastes bitter and is a strange color. You’ve even had a few pinhole leaks develop over that past 8 months.

Corroded pipe before repiping repipe process

Your plumber gives you the devastating news- you’ve got serious pipe problems. He tells you that complete repiping is the only solution, but you’re worried about the expense.

While piping should last at least 25-50 years, recently many homes and buildings are experiencing premature pipe corrosion (rusty pipes), pinhole leaks and other plumbing problems, as soon as 5-10 years.

Water authorities in various areas are now struggling to determine the exact causes of this influx of premature pipe corrosion or pipehole leaks. Many property owners like yourself are left to decide whether or not to pay thousands of dollars for repiping to resolve their plumbing problems

Repiping. What does a repipe cost?

Know what you’re getting into before you take the plunge.

This is your comprehensive resource on the process of repiping.

Naturally, plumbers will want to encourage you to undertake this expensive and invasive procedure. Before you make a decision, learn everything you need to know about how this will affect your home or building from the pages of this website.