How Repiping Works

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When it comes to your plumbing systems, the pipes are put in place to last but not forever. The plumbing system of older homes tends to wear down, leak, congest with mineral deposits or break. This is more common in houses where galvanized steel is used for plumbing.

Repiping of a house should only be done by a qualified professional. This is whether or not you are repiping your entire piping system. You can trust Super Mario Repipe to do an excellent job; to making your home look as good as new. We ensure that the job gets done as fast as possible, interfering with your daily routine for a short period of time.

How We Handle Repiping

Plumbing usually involves; tearing of your floorboards and drywall, which means turning your beautiful home into a demolition zone.  When it comes to our plumbers, you do not need to worry about this. Our plumbers will get the job done, without having to interfere a lot with the intrusive work of your building material.

Repiping your home usually takes 3 to 5 days; this is dependent on the job to be done.  Throughout this time, our plumbers will ensure that your water service continues to work. In case you spend most of your time at work, you may not notice any service interruption with your water.

Plumbers are to cover your furniture in order to protect them from dust or water damage during repiping. Using small cuts into the drywall, locate the pipes. The plumbers will remove as much of the building material as required in order to reach, detach, remove and replace the pipe with either copper or PEX piping.

For pipes in the floor, plumbers are to go through the ceiling that is below it. You can arrange with the plumber to have additional pipes if you want to. When the repiping is done, the plumber ought to restore the surgical cuts, by patching and retexturing them; leaving no signs of a repipe.

If you are in an older home, that has been experiencing a lot of plumbing problems like; leaking or low water pressure contact us at Super Mario Repipe for a repiping job.