Brand New Pipes (PEX or Copper)
in Just 1-3 Days…
at a price you can afford!
Let Repipe Specialists, Oregon’s repiping experts, handle all your water problems by repiping your home. You’ll have new plumbing that is clean, won’t corrode, and will last a lifetime. Find out why over 1,000 of our new customers are referred to us each year and how Repipe Specialists can often professionally repipe your home for HALF the price of a plumber, plus give you a LIFETIME GUARANTEE!
Why Repipe Your Home?
Do you experience Low Water Pressure?
Do you get Rust Colored or Yellow Water?
Have you had Leaks in Your Plumbing?
Do you have Slab Leaks?
Do you get Scalded in the Shower when someone flushes, uses a sink or turns on the washing machine?
Do you want to prevent all of the above from happening?
If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions…
then you are like thousands of other people in Portland who need and have chosen to repipe their home.
Repiping Fixes Problems & Saves You Money
Repiping is a system-wide solution that allows you to take a comfortable shower, wash dishes, water the lawn, wash laundry, and in fact, use all faucets and fixtures at the same time.
Repiping using copper pipe or PEX plastic pipe gives you great water pressure throughout your home, improves delivery of hot water, eliminates costly water damage repair bills and saves money on water lost to an inefficient system.
What Causes All These Problems?
- Low Water Pressure: Low water pressure at a faucet, shower or washing machine is caused by the build-up of rust and corrosion on the inside of galvanized iron pipes. As these pipes age, the rust and corrosion continues to build restricting the flow of water more and more.
- Rust Colored Water: Rusty or discolored water is caused by the rust from the inside of the pipes combining with the water flowing through the pipes. This usually indicates an advanced stage of corrosion in the pipes.
- Leaky Pipes: Leaks most commonly are caused by corrosion (the eating into or wearing away gradually, as by rusting or chemical reaction) of the galvanized iron pipes.
- Galvanized Iron Water Pipes: Iron water pipes coated with zinc to prevent rusting and corroding are called galvanized iron. As galvanized iron pipes age, the zinc coating gradually wears away, exposing the iron. The unprotected iron rusts rapidly in the presence of water, just as iron rusts when it is exposed to rain. Most pre-1970 homes were plumbed with this type of piping and will require repiping.
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