Improve Your Home’s Plumbing with New Pipes
If you are regularly dealing with plumbing problems, it may be time for new pipes throughout your home. Repiping involves removing your home’s old pipes and replacing them with new, modern pipes that prevent the hassle and cost of constant plumbing repairs. Although repiping is a big project, the outcome is peace of mind that your plumbing will work properly and provide comfort to your home.
At Comfort Masters, we offer home repiping services in Stamford and the surrounding areas including Cos Cob, Darien, Fairfield, Greenwich, New Canaan, Norwalk, Old Greenwich, Riverside, Weston, Westport and Wilton.
When to Repipe Your Home
Ignoring your plumbing issues and putting off repiping services can cost you more money in the future. Old worn-out pipes can burst and damage valuable items in your home that have to be replaced. It’s best to replace your plumbing pipes before they cause an emergency plumbing problem. Our professional plumbers are happy to discuss your plumbing concerns and help you determine if it is the right time to repipe your home.
If you are experiencing any of these issues, it may be time for whole home repiping.
- Water discoloration – Rust colored water is a sign of corrosion in your pipes. This contaminates your water and can even stain your clothing.
- Low water pressure – Buildup in your pipes restricts water flow and can indicate a need for new pipes.
- Persistent leaking – Corrosion and buildup cause pressure to build in your pipes which can lead to constant leaking if the issue is not addressed.
Does Your Home have Galvanized Pipes?
Many homes built in the 1980s and early 1990s were built with galvanized steel pipes. While these were the best in the plumbing industry at the time, they are no longer the preferred choice. The galvanized coating tends to flake off, rust and corrode throughout the years. If your home has galvanized pipes, repiping should be a top priority to protect your home from major plumbing problems. At Comfort Masters, we use modern plumbing materials such as copper and PEX that create a durable pipe system for your home.