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Frequently asked questions

  • What is copper Re-Piping and why should I consider it for my home, apartment, or commercial building?
    If your home was built before 1970 then chances are you have out-of-date, corroded, and rusty galvanized water pipes, which means they are very likely to break and cause costly water damage in your home. To find out if you need re-piping please read the remaining frequently asked questions or give us a call and we will answer any question you may have.
  • Do you have galvanized pipes?
    Galvanized pipes are the grayish silver looking pipes. If your home was built prior to 1970, you probably have rust-filled and corroded galvanized water pipes.
  • Do you experience low water pressure?
    Low water pressure can be caused by rust or corrosion blocking flow in your galvanized pipes.
  • Do you get rust colored or yellow water?
    Discolored water is usually a sign of advanced rust and corrosion. Any sign of discoloration means you should replace your water pipes as soon as possible.
  • Have you had leaks in your plumbing?
    Plumbing leaks are often caused by the corrosion of old galvanized piples.
  • Should I Install a Tank-less Water Heater?
    Tank-less water heaters are a great alternative to traditional tank water heaters. They provide unlimited, continuous hot water and eliminatine wasteful reheating of hot water stored in a tank. Tank-less water heaters require less space, less service and less energy than old style tank water heaters. A tank-less unit can be installed as areplacement an old tank water heater and are easily installed as a part of a remodel or in new construction. Because demand water haters don't heat water until water flow is detected, no energy is wasted keeping water hot. Tank style heaters store hot water and periodically fire up to reheat water, day and night. This constant reheating of water is very wasteful. A demand water heater can reduce utility bills while reducing the emission of carbon monoxide and other pollutants.