Greater Orlando Area Whole Home Plumbing Repiping Services
Seminole County: Longwood, Orlando, Winter Park, Maitland, Casselberry, FL
While a repiping project may seem intimidating at first glance, it’s a valuable service for your plumbing system. Pipes need to remain in good condition in order to minimize the risk of leaks, water damage or drops in water pressure. These problems waste water, and make household tasks such as laundry and cooking more difficult or expensive to accomplish. If pipes break completely, fixtures and appliances connected to your plumbing won’t work at all and may cause flooding! Quality whole-home repiping increases the efficiency and reliability of your entire plumbing system, making it a great investment.
United States Heating & Air Conditioning can provide knowledgeable, experienced Orlando repiping specialists for your next plumbing project. Our trained, insured and certified repiping experts can complete targeted or whole-home repiping projects quickly and safely. Their work is backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee, which is also included with our other available plumbing services. Your plumbing system is an important utility, and deserves the best available service and support. Call 407-794-2431 now for a free estimate on select HVAC, Plumbing and Electrical Services and Replacements to repipe your home or building.
To learn how you can benefit from the experience of a repiping specialist in Orlando, contact United States Heating & Air Conditioning. We’ll be happy to address any questions or concerns. If you’re looking to replace your plumbing, we’ll help you schedule an appointment as soon as possible. Call today at (407) 337-7925.
The When and Why of Repiping
Despite hiding under floors or behind walls, whole home repiping provides immediate benefits. Old pipes are at high risk of corrosion, leaking and bursting. Their vulnerability to specific issues will depend on the materials used in their construction. Your Orlando plumber may recommend whole home repiping or only replacing certain sections of your plumbing.
Cast iron pipes were once the most popular option for plumbing systems. Galvanized steel was standard prior to 1970, before polybutylene became the material of choice until the late 1990’s. Polybutylene (or PB) plumbing systems are common targets for whole home repiping. This material becomes brittle with age, making it prone to fractures. PB plumbing systems are very common in Orlando. Your repiping specialist will help you determine how to best replace PB pipes during a whole home repiping project.
Despite being common materials at the time, each of these materials were eventually found to be vulnerable to corrosion and breakage. Even copper piping degrades after enough time passes. Older homes will have likely relied on these materials for decades. For repiping technicians, it becomes a question of “when you should” repipe your house rather than “if you should”.
For whole home repiping projects, there are a variety of modern materials to choose from. An experienced repiping specialist can walk you through the advantages and possible drawbacks of each. Your plumbing team from United States Heating & Air Conditioning will help make an informed decision about the best material for whole home repiping. in Orlando or beyond Just call us at (407) 337-7925 for your free whole-home piping consultation and quote.