A water pipe is a pipe or tube, made of plastic or metal, that carries pressurized treated fresh water to a building, and to each fixture in the home. In the early 20th century, galvanized piping replaced cast iron and lead. Typically, galvanized piping rusts from the inside out, building up layers of plaque on the inside of the piping, causing both water pressure problems and eventual pipe failure. Copper pipe and tubing was widely used for domestic water systems in the latter half of the twentieth century. Demand for copper products has fallen due to the dramatic increase in the price of copper, resulting in increased demand for alternative products including PEX Tubing.  

Pex Tubing Repipe (690x920)

Did you know that an average sink faucet leak waste approximately 30 gallons of water per day? That's just under 11,000 gallons of unused water down the drain annually, per faucet leak. Delaying faucet leak repairs may end up costing you more in the long run. 

Fixture Replacement & Repair: Do you need a new sink installed? Do you have a new toilet in mind? We can replace or repair all your plumbing fixtures. 

  • Faucet Installation
  • Faucet Repair
  • Leaky Faucet Repair
  • Outdoor Taps and Faucets
  • New Sink Installation
  • New Shower valve
  • New Shower Head Installations
  • Bathroom Taps and Faucets
  • Laundry Room Sinks and Faucets 

Have you noticed any of the following problems in your home? 

  • Unusual increase in water bills
  • Discolored water 
  • Low water flow 
  • Frequent or recurring leaks
  • Visible signs of pipe corrosion or damage

It may be time to invest in re-piping. Ground movement, water pressure, mineral buildup, or even simple old age can leave your pipes weak and vulnerable to failure. By replacing old, weak, or damaged pipes before they have a chance to fail completely, you can prevent damage to your property and avoid the stress of an emergency burst pipe situation. 

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