Repiping Services in Salem, OR
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If your plumbing is showing signs of age you may want to consider a whole-home repipe service. Whole-home repipes completely replace your water lines, ensuring that your water has a safe and leak-free way to travel wherever it needs to be. This is a big service, and one which needs to be left to a trained professional who can make sure the job is done right. When you need your plumbing repaired, make sure the repair is done by the experienced Salem repipe specialists at DoneRite Plumbing & Drain, LLC.
When it comes to repipe services, our plumbing company has been the name customers have turned to for years. When you trust your home to us, we do everything in our power to make sure your experience lives up to our high standards of quality. This includes using premium materials that are durable and long-lasting as well as techniques which are refined by modern tools and many hours of extensive training. We know you’re putting a lot of faith in us to protect your home, and we always treat your home with the same respect and attention to detail we would show our own. If you’re not completely satisfied when we’re done, we don’t think we’ve done our job.
When Is It Time for a Repipe?
Many people are unsure of whether a repipe service is something they truly need. On the one hand, you want to keep your home protected from leaks. On the other, you want to get the longest lifespan out of your plumbing. A repipe service is a major investment, so you don’t want to execute until the time is right. We strongly advise having your plumbing inspected by one of our trained, local plumbers in order to find out if your home is due for a repipe. There are also a few signs that can tell you when a repipe is right for you.
You may need to have your home repiped if:
- You’re dealing with frequent plumbing leaks
- Your plumbing is 30 years old or more
- Your plumbing is composed of galvanized steel, cast iron, or other materials prone to corrosion
- Your plumbing is built from polybutylene, or “Quest” piping
- Your water pressure is frequently and randomly changing pressure or temperature
From the 1970s through the early 1990s, polybutylene plumbing, also known as “Quest” plumbing, was installed in millions of houses built across the country. While it was hailed for being a new, lightweight, and inexpensive form of home plumbing, it was soon discovered that these pipes can scale and corrode, exactly as a metal pipe would do so. This makes them brittle and prone to leaking through microfractures. If your home still uses polybutylene piping, we strongly recommend having it replaced as soon as possible.
Interested in a whole-home repipe? Contact DoneRite Plumbing & Drain, LLC today.