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Repipe Specialists Everett

What is repiping?

Repiping is basically when the current piping in your Everett home is replaced with new pipes. It is a large project, and is generally a very costly job. Because of the nature of the importance that piping brings your home, it is highly recommended that a specialist conducts this job.


A plumber will usually run an inspection first. During this inspection, current issues with your plumbing system will be addressed, and a solution will be chosen. It could be that only part of your piping needs to be replaced, or it could be that all of it needs to be. This way, you can choose what is best for your home for the most affordable price. 


If all of your piping needs to be replaced, but is not, this could end up costing you more than it would have to do a repiping job. Future failures and damage could occur resulting in more repair work that needs to be done. 


If you live in the Everett area and need repiping service for your home, call your local plumber to conduct a test and find a solution that will bring your home value for many years to come. 


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There are different types of popular piping materials chosen for Everett homes. Many older homes were built with iron or galvanized steel pipes. These are known for corroding in time. Newer piping is made of both metal and plastic, and both materials have their advantages and disadvantages. Knowing these facts can help a homeowner in Everett choose what is best for their home. 

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Popular Piping Options

Some of the most popular types of piping include Chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (CPVC), copper, or Cross-linked polyethylene (PEX). 

CPVC piping is a plastic material. Some of the great benefits of this material is that it can withstand high temperatures (making it great for drain and hot water pipes). It is also more cost effective. However, it can damage quicker over time, so it is not best for full-repiping projects.

PEX piping is also plastic and a more cost-effective option. It can split and break in rare instances, but overall, it is more durable overtime.

Plumbers and homeowners alike tend to prefer copper piping, making it a very popular choice. It has the capability to hold for many years and resist corrosion. However, small holes can form in the piping caused by mineral content in the water or soil. 

If you need a plumber in Everett, call Trusted Plumbing and Heating at (206) 231-5007. Our experienced plumbers will provide you with the best, most affordable options for your home.