Piping & Whole House Repiping in Santa Clara, CA
At EJ Plumbing we provide excellent service for piping and repiping your home or business. Pipes can begin to wear down after years of use and they may begin to rust, crack, or reduce the quality of water in your home. In these cases, we can evaluate the extent of the damage and provide a whole house repiping in Santa Clara, CA, if necessary. If your home is new or you are adding on and need additional piping, our qualified plumbing services are widely recognized for delivering expert results that last.
Determining if You Need New Pipes
It is easy to forget about your plumbing system until an issue occurs. For many people, it is out of sight and out of mind, but the longer you let an issue progress, the more costly and extensive it can become. The piping throughout your home or business can last for a long time, but it is important to recognize when it may be time for an update.
Learn What Is Involved in Repiping a House
Just like everything else in your home, pipes are subject to wear and tear. But usually, because they’re out of sight, they’re often out of mind. But if your home is older than 50 years, it might be time to replace your pipework. Repiping involves removing the old pipes and installing new ones. This can include everything from the kitchen and bathroom to the water supply line and drain lines.
Depending on whether you need only a section of pipes replaced or the whole home plumbing redone, the project can take anywhere from a day to a few weeks. At EJ Plumbing, our plumber in Santa Clara, CA has the tools and knowledge to accurately inspect your pipes and deliver reliable repiping services.
Pipe Relining Works Wonders
Pipe relining is the process of repairing broken pipes and drains without digging up trenches. The treatment involves using epoxy and resin to reline pipes that have cracks or wear/tear. It’s an affordable alternative to full on pipe replacements and can last a long while.
Advantages of relining pipes:
Make the Most of the Long-Term Solution
On average, pipe relining lasts for 50 years, which is how long the warranty usually lasts. But high-quality epoxy and proper installation can extend the pipe relining lifespan to over 60 years.