Distribution of potable water within your home or business. We can install systems in new construction, or make additions to existing systems, or replace old lines. Very old buildings can have cast iron pipes which scale and rust over time causing reduced water flow. We can replace the pipes in your building with Pex. It is common to rate water-distribution pipes for a minimum working pressure of aprox. 100 psi (7 bar) and 180 o F (80 o C) If the the water-service to the building exceeds the rated water-distribution pressure, a pressure-reducing valve must be installed. Copper plumbing pipe won’t pollute your drinking water, and old pipes can be recycled. However, copper mining and manufacturing are so environmentally damaging that despite its longevity and recyclability, copper plumbing pipe is nowhere close to a green product.
Our plumbing techs are constantly upgrading their industry knowledge and will provide you with the latest and best in plumbing technology. We choose to use Pex for our water distribution lines. One benefit of this water distribution method is even pressure throughout the system so no sudden temperature changes in the shower when someone suddenly uses the hot water somewhere else in the home! Pex is also faster and less expensive to install than copper.
Water distribution lines can be damages from tree roots, mineral buildup, freezing-and-thawing, high water pressure, and general deterioration. When these issues impact your water line it can lead to reduced water pressure or water discoloration. Ignoring these signs can lead to worse plumbing issues later on. We guarantee you will receive the best service for your water line repair and we will do it right the first time. Our team of professionals will provide expert repairs at a time that is most convenient for you. We can inspect any water line problems you may have and even make underground water line repairs.
If you notice any water discoloration or less water pressure than normal this could be a sign that your water line is damaged and in need of a replacement. In some cases, we can repair the existing pipes however if you are dealing with root damage, breaks, cracks, or other issues then you will need a brand new line installed. Our plumbing experts can help provide a professional opinion that best suits your home.
We will listen carefully to you to understand what the problem is, or what new installation you desire. We will provide you an estimate for the work. Upon your approval, we will proceed with the work to the highest quality industry standards. Once you sign-off for the work, we will invoice you for the amount provided in the estimate.