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If your home was built more than 20 years ago, there is a good chance that the piping is less than reliable. Old homes from the 1900s may still have lead pipes which release harmful contaminants into your water. Homes from midway through the century may have iron pipes which are corroded. Homes built in the 1970s to 1990s usually have cheap Polybutylene pipes which become brittle from exposure to chlorine and minerals. Undoubtedly, you’ve already experienced your fair share of leaks. Instead of constantly battling leaks and water damage, it might be time to consider completely replacing your pipe system.

Methods of Repipe Plumbing

Repipe plumbing seems like a big job and, in some cases, it is. However, most homeowners are pleased to find that they have many fast and affordable options available to them for Atlanta repipe plumbing services.

• Complete Pipe Replacement: To completely replace all of your pipes, a plumber would have to cut into your walls, floors and possibly yard. For very old pipes which are corroded or made from lead, this may be the best option.
• Partial Replacement: You can opt to replace just the pipes which are easily accessible, such as those which are exposed or in places where you won’t mind breaking through a wall (like your basement). At a later date (such as during a remodel), you can have the remaining pipes replaced.
• PEX Repiping: This method is very affordable and easy. Best of all, it does not require us to take apart your home. We accomplish this by sliding PEX plumbing tubes down your existing pipes. The ends are sealed, essentially giving you a completely new plumbing system.

Stop battling endless leaks and plumbing problems! Call Atlanta Plumbing Doctors to find out more about repipe plumbing and to get a free quote.