Signs You Need to Repipe Your Home

Repiping: When Do You Need To?

Homeowners may notice several problems with the water that flows from a home’s faucets, this indicates a repiping process is necessary. The water in a home may have a disgusting odor, foul taste or strange discoloration. Some of the additional signs that a home’s water pipes have degraded completely, include:builder repiping your home

• Poor water pressure while using faucets
• Needing frequent repairs to pipes, valves and connectors
• Noticing water stains on drywall, floors or ceilings from small leaks
• A significant increase in monthly utility bills
• Hearing strange noises in the pipes when turning on faucets

Reasons for Water Pipe Problems in a Home

For homeowners who have lived in a home for 25 years or longer, needing a total water pipe replacement is easy to understand, but when a home is newer, you might wonder why the pipes have degraded quickly. There is a good chance that a newer home that is having frequent plumbing problems was built with low-quality materials or workmanship. This leads to constant problems that make daily living difficult. Additional reasons for needing repiping include having water flowing through the pipes that contains a lot of corrosive sediments. It’s also important to remember that we have inclement weather that can damage pipes from freezing or rusting from floods. That is why you should trust your local Boise are plumbers to get the job done right.

We Provide Expert Plumbing Inspections

At Wickstrom Plumbing Co., we have knowledgeable plumbers ready to inspect a home’s connectors, valves and pipes to determine if a whole-house replacement is your best option. We can use a leak detection test to determine if your home’s pipes have tiny drips when all of the valves and faucets are turned off. Numerous tiny leaks from several water pipes in a home can lead to you wasting hundreds of gallons of water each year. This dripping water leads to major damage to your home, including cement foundation cracks or a rotten wooden building frame. The water that seeps from all of the small holes also attracts rodents and insects to a building. A homeowner may notice an unpleasant mildew odor that is caused by mold growth on damp wood, drywall and insulation.

Contact Us About Repiping Today

When looking for a friendly and professional plumbers in Boise, call us at 208-466-9447.

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