My Plumber Kelowna Repiping Services
Are your pipes older than 20 years? Have you heard about PEX pipes, the latest in piping technology? If you're considering repiping your home, we can help! We have the expertise and top-of-the-line equipment to combat all of your repiping needs. We give free estimates! Call us at 250-601-0000 today.
Have you been noticing reduced water pressure over the last few months, at your home?
Have you seen water leaks in unusual places?
These are signs that your plumbing system may need partial or complete repiping. If you live in the Greater Kelowna area or in a surrounding region, then My Plumber Kelowna will have you covered, with our skilled and experienced plumbers.
When do you replace pipes?
As a homeowner, it might be confusing to know if your home needs repiping. This depends on many factors including:
- The quality of your existing piping
- The pressure levels at each water outlet in your home
- Presence or absence of leakage
The kind of repiping we do for your home will mostly depend on the cause of the problem. Sometimes, the pipes rust out slowly, which means that they need to be replaced completely. At other times, there may be a leak at the center of the pipes or at one of the joints. When this happens, we may replace only those pipes that need replacing.
Decreased pressure levels call for a complete repiping of your system. However, this is not as daunting as it may sound at the beginning. No repiping job is too big for our plumbers, as we have successfully worked with many commercial as well as residential systems before.
Deciding when you need to repipe
Although you might find it difficult to tell when you need to undertake repiping, we give you some tell-tale indicating signs.
When the water coming out of your outlets is too slow, the usual reason is that there is either a leak in one of the pipes, or they have widened from the inside. Widening happens when the pipes rust on the inside. Usually, this happens only after 10 or 20 years with copper pipes.
When this happens, we recommend a complete repipe to our customers. Call My Plumber Kelowna for a repiping of your plumbing system, especially if it is more than 20 years old.
If you notice leaks at more than one joint in your home, you may need a complete repipe. This is because when two or more pipes leak, there is a great chance that the others will follow. On the other hand, if there is a single pipe leak, we will only recommend you replace a single pipe.
PEX and copper piping
For many of our piping projects, we use PEX pipes rather than traditional copper ones. PEX is similar to PVC. We prefer this material for our customers because:
- It is made of plastic and presents fewer problems
- It is much cheaper than a full copper repiping
That being said, PEX is not as durable as copper, so we only use copper piping for outdoor fixtures. Our plumbers will only choose the most appropriate material for the job, so you won’t spend more money than required to have a first-rate, high-quality plumbing system for your property.
Top quality work
Over the years, we have completed repiping projects for hundreds of households in Kelowna, and many commercial properties. Some of these have been simple, while others are big and complex, which means we have built up a lot of expertise with re-piping.
- We employ highly qualified and certified plumbers for your repiping
- They are trained to meet our high-quality standards
- We only use high-quality materials for plumbing and fitting
- We provide safe warranties for our service, so you can rest assured
Allow Us to Take the Lead with Our Polybutylene Pipes Repair and Replacement Solutions
Polybutylene pipes are the ones used in the late 70’s piping system. They were popular until the 90s. But with time, our industry has identified that it fails to stand up with elements like fluoride and chlorine. Due to its design faults, it eventually gets cracked or brittle.
So, do you have Polybutylene pipes installed in your house? What if your polybutylene pipes break and cause more expensive damage? Whether you need replacement or repair, My Plumber Kelowna serves plenty.
When to Repair or Replace Polybutylene Pipes?
Suppose the polybutylene pipes are in the crawl space just below your house. In that case, you can repair the leak instead of replacing the pipes. But what if the house is on a concrete slab? In such a case, you need to replace polybutylene piping. Don’t worry, as long as we are here to assist you with our plumbing solutions.
When Should You Hire Us?
My Plumber Kelowna is a reputable plumbing company with certifications. We aim to offer speedy availability of plumbers anywhere in Kelowna. You can schedule an appointment anytime, anywhere. Our plumbers are:
- Highly trained
- Cordial and friendly
If you suspect your home needs repiping, call us today at 250-601-0000 for immediate service!
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