When piping systems wear out, Rooter MD Plumbing & Heating offers several alternatives to re-pipe your home. We generally use copper, pex or a combination of the two. It is our philosophy that when a home is properly re-piped, the craftsmanship should be judged on both the quality of the piping and the condition of your walls and floors after the installation.
- Leaking Pipes
- Corroding Pipes
- Low Water Pressure
- Severe Drop in Water Pressure When Flushing Toilets
- Rusty or Brown Water
- Water that Smells or Tastes Bad
- Wet Building Foundation or Slab
Home repiping involves removing all existing impaired galvanized pipe from a structure and replacing it completely with new high quality hard copper or pex piping. Piping is also insulated to minimize noise.
Residential and Commercial Re-piping
When residential or commercial properties experience mineral scaling, corroding pipes, low water pressure, or rusty brown water, you may need to replace the entire plumbing system in order to remedy the situation. With galvanized piping systems, there are limited effective methods to reverse pipe corrosion and remove rust accumulation.
Re-piping Increases Michigan Property Value
Re-piping your Michigan property most definitely adds value and increases resale value. The water quality of your home will improve and the integrity of your plumbing system will improve greatly from repiping service from Rooter MD. Our service professionals will map out your plumbing system and recommend materials for the repiping project at your property. Our trained plumbing contractors may also determine that your home can benefit from our state-of-the-art non-invasive epoxy pipe lining system that can save money and avoid a complete repiping of the existing plumbing setup.
Does your home’s plumbing system need to be re-piped? If so, call the experts at Rooter MD today!