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Repipe Specialists Auburn

Since repiping an Auburn home requires replacing existing piping, it is a large home investment. Repiping specialists can ensure that the work is done right, and lasts for years to come. 

Here are a few points of when to repipe an Auburn home: 

  • Galvanized pipe should be replaced at the start of leakage
  • Older 70’s to mid-90’s polybutylene pipes need to be replaced 
  • If there are test reports showing corrosion or a lot of scale build-up
  • Water that tastes metallic or is a rusty color
  • Slab leaks – often better to repipe along a different way

Repipe Auburn

Repiping a home involves the removal of all the hot and cold water pipes throughout the home. Choosing a professional to do your repiping in Auburn is a smart move because of the experience they have. The plumbing technicians on our team understand the different types of plumbing that are available, and can help you choose the best option for your home.  

Repiping is a fairly laborious job. Because of this, it is advised that an inspection is done first. Only an experienced technician can be able to pinpoint all of the plumbing issues that should be addressed before proceeding with choosing a solution for the piping in your Auburn home.

Depending upon your particular situation our plumbers will advise whether your home should have just a part of the piping redone, or if it should be fully replaced. If full repiping needs to be done, it could cost less overall than the future partial repairs that would need to happen due to failure and leakage in your home in Auburn. 


Repiping Specialist Auburn

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Piping Material Alternatives

There are a few main types of piping that can be used for Auburn homes. These include galvanized steel, copper, acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS), and cross-linked polyethylene (PEX). 

Out of these, PVC is the most commonly used type because of its affordability and availability in many different forms and sizes. It is also flexible in terms of cold and warm water applications. 

PEX piping is easier to install, so it is popular among plumbers. In addition, because it does not require glue like PVC does, it bypasses the chance of the glue getting into the water. Last, it is resistant to corrosion. 

Copper plumbing pipes are also resistant to corrosion and leakage. However, they are sensitive to certain kinds of soil. Local Auburn building codes can give guidance on the recommended type of piping in your area. 

If you need a repiping specialist in Auburn, call Trusted Plumbing and Heating at (206) 231-5007 today!