Older homes or homes that have sustained damage may often need a partial or whole house repipe.
Loyalty Plumbing will be able to advise you on exactly what is needed for your home in order to stop any pipe leaks that are already occurring and identify potential weaknesses in the plumbing system.
We will work with you starting with creating access, replacing pipes, patchback of sheet rock as well as repainting the areas as needed.
We know that it is important to you for the job to be done correctly as well as in a timely manner so you can get back to your everyday home life.
What is Whole-House Re-Piping?
There’s a bit of confusion when it comes to the subject of whole house re-pipe jobs. By its name, most people assume that a whole house re-pipe replaces every pipe in your “whole house.” Whole house re-piping refers, specifically, to replace all the water supply lines that come into your home, as well as any “branch” of those pipes that delivers water to any plumbing fixture. We know that sounds a bit vague and confusing, so let’s break down the whole house re-piping process.
Beginning at the point where the responsibility for the waterline becomes yours, the house side of the water meter, all water supply lines are replaced. From the water meter outlet, the existing water supply lines are removed or bypassed, creating an entirely new plumbing system to deliver water to faucets, dishwashers, toilets, showers, bathtubs, sinks, water heaters, and hose bibbs. Having a whole house re-pipe service performed does NOT include the replacement of your drain or sewer lines.
The whole house re-pipe also does not refer to faucets, toilets, or other water fixtures installed in your home. Depending on the type of plumbing installed in your older home, now may be the most suitable time to think about a whole house re-pipe service.