What is a Whole House Re-pipe?
When Crandall’s Plumbing Heating & AC quotes a whole house Re-pipe, we start at the main water shut off and replace all hot and cold-water lines for the entire home to the angle stops, hose bibs throughout the house, and connect to all shower valves.
Copper is the most common metal used today for plumbing pipes, and it has been in everyday use from the 1970s onwards. Copper pipes will usually last for around 50 years.
Uponor PEX pipe is not only cheaper than copper but more durable too. Uponor PEX is immune to corrosion and mineral build-up. Uponor PEX is not affected by electrolysis, which can cause small pinhole leaks in copper piping.
While copper is an excellent material, no material is perfect. You can develop some problems with your copper pipes, and Uponor PEX is often a great replacement that can eliminate these problems. Keep hot water hot. Uponor PEX keeps the water warmer as it flows through the pipe so that you get hotter water on the other end; in most cases, when we re-pipe a house with Uponor PEX, you will also get an increase in water volume.
A whole house re-pipe is a crucial investment for any homeowner. By renewing your home’s infrastructure, you’ll protect yourself from water damage, ensure that your family has access to clean water, and increase the overall comfort of your home. Don’t wait – call (714) 465-7819 Crandall’s Plumbing-Heating & AC today!
Crandall’s Plumbing Heating & AC provides whole-house re-piping services that will allow you to no longer worry about water damage from pipe leaks and provide clean and clear water for your family and guests. We bring competitive rates, professional quality, and fast and friendly service. Crandall’s has 13 years of experience in Orange County and has maintained quality relationships with a growing customer base.