When it comes to repiping we are one of the best plumbing companies to do it. We have specially trained plumbers who have been taught the ropes and understand how to properly install pipes in a timely manner. Our plumbers are also understand the difference between certain pipes and the functionality they bring to homes and businesses. When it comes to answering the questions of our clients, we are capable of giving them a strong outline of what particular pipes will work for a repiping job.
Copper piping is one of the most popular pipes to use for businesses and homes. The versatility and flexibility of the copper pipe makes it easy to use on the outside of building, as well as on the inside. Not only is it a flexible pipe to use, it lasts a very long time, which is why many home owners tend to choose this version pipe over others. There are three different types of copper pipes, the K-grade, the M-grade and the L-grade.The M-grade copper pipe is used for indoor plumbing inside of buildings. K-grade copper pipes are much more thicker than the other two pipes, making it more suitable for outdoor plumbing.
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Galvanized pipes are made of steel and aren't used as often any more but they still play apart in many plumbing jobs. Many homes that are more than 30 years old tend to have these types of pipes in their home. If your home have these types of pipes and you are interested in repiping, the Galvanized pipes will more than likely be replaced with a more efficient pipe that doesn't rust. Galvenized pipes usually rust over a 40 year period due to the continuous flow of water.
PEX pipes are still used and are set up as cross linked polyethylene pip. These plastic pipes are really flexible and resistant when it comes to cracking, scaling and chlorine. When it comes to the hose, PEX pipes tend to fit really easily within them, without the need of joint and elbows. PEX pipes can handle high temperature water, which makes it appropriate for hot applications.