McAllen Repiping Services
Looking for reliable McAllen repiping services? Get in touch with the trusted technicians at All Valley Plumbing & AC Co. Call us today at (956) 686-6656. Click here to see how you can save on our services.
Whether you only need to replace a few worn pipes or you require a whole-house repipe, All Valley Plumbing & AC Co. is at your service. Our caring professionals have been proudly serving property owners in McAllen and the surrounding areas for over three decades now. As residents in this fine state, we want to ensure that our customers are safe and happy inside their home or commercial property. We do this through quality service and a set of traditional values that helps our customers to see us as friends. Our plumbing contractors are just like you, which is why we understand the important role that properly functioning plumbing systems play in making your loved ones comfortable. We only use the best materials and equipment in order to guarantee that any repiping service will produce long-lasting and highly positive results. To see what other customers in your area are saying about our services, click here.
What are some signs that you need repiping services?
- Discolored water: Corroding pipes can change the color of your water. If your water has turned light brown it is likely that your entire system is corroded and not just a single section of pipe. If this is the case a whole-house repipe will be in order.
- Decline in water pressure: Although there are other explanations for this problem, old piping can be the cause. Our skilled plumbing technicians can inspect your system, determine what the issue is, and come up with the most effective way to solve the situation.
- Multiple leaks: Although a single pipe leak can be an isolated problem, if you are experiencing several leaks, this may be a sign that you need our proficient repiping services. Even a small leak can cause serious damage to a property, and can grow in size very quickly. Any leaking pipes should be taken care of right away.
- Old piping: Typically, a non-copper based piping system will last up to 20 years. After this, you need to start thinking about replacing your pipes.
Why do galvanized and copper pipes need to be replaced?
Although galvanized pipes were popular a long time ago, they corrode from the inside, and this will result in a degradation of your water, especially the hot water that runs into your property. Corrosion can lead to a drop in water pressure, but it can become so severe that it stops the water from flowing altogether.
Copper pipes will also deteriorate, as a result of the high concentration of certain minerals that are found in hard water. Prior to these piping systems failing, corrosion can be detected by a change in the color of your water, as mentioned before. Replacing copper pipes with the same material, even after installing an effective water softener is still not a good idea. Copper pipes are very expensive and require additional excavation to be put in. If you have just moved into an older home or building that has these types of pipes, or you are beginning to notice signs of a problem, it is in your best interest to have your property repiped. Save yourself from the disasters that follow a failing piping system and contact the specialists at All Valley Plumbing & AC Co today.
What causes certain pipes to fail, and why do they need to be replaced?
Although polybutylene pipes were once popular in homes across the country, after the disappointment with galvanized steel piping, time has demonstrated a glaring problem with this material as well. There are elements in drinking water that are present in small amounts that are not harmful to us, but they interact with polybutylene to create deterioration. This causes the material to weaken and develop leaks. Leaking pipes need to be replaced, and if the problem is bad enough, the entire water system will need to be switched out
Additionally, there has been a recall on Kitec pipes following a class action lawsuit. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this situation our knowledgeable technicians would be more than happy to address them.
What are some benefits of PEX pipes?
PEX pipes can be quickly installed and are extremely flexible, allowing them to be easily bended in order to fit into areas that are hard to reach. During colder weather PEX pipes will swell, however, they are far less likely to encounter problems. Some pipes cannot handle the constant freezing and thawing that comes from colder temperatures, but PEX pipes were designed to be able to expand three times their normal size without experiencing any issues. PEX pipes are highly durable and less prone to leaks.
If you have any unanswered questions, need more information about your piping system, or suspect you have a problem that requires our immediate attention, give us a call anytime. You can also check out http://www.viega.us/4741.htm, as this should give you more information about the repiping products we use. Our plumbing specialists can come out and inspect your piping to give you an analysis of their condition. If repiping is needed, we will provide you with upfront pricing, outstanding customer service, and a 10-year warranty that guarantees the safety of your system.
For specialized repiping services in and around McAllen, get in touch with All Valley Plumbing & AC Co. today at (956) 686-6656.