The plumbing system in your home is essential for your comfort and safety. The vast majority of homeowners in and around the Portage area will always opt for repairs before replacements, but when it comes to your plumbing system it’s like putting a band-aid on a burst pipe. It will give you a temporary fix, but eventually you’ll need to address the larger issue, which is your plumbing system as a whole. At Dan Wood Company we offer expert repiping services that won’t break the bank. We work within your budget and always use the highest quality materials to provide you an all new plumbing system free of issues.
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When to Consider Whole Home Repiping?
A whole home repipe project is one of the larger projects you can take on in your home. Essentially it’s the replacement of all your plumbing lines with new pipes. This is often a solution for more severe plumbing issues like:
- Old Pipes: We’ve been around since 1908 - and if your plumbing is from the same era, it may be time for an upgrade. Older cast iron pipes deteriorate over time and can eventually be weak enough that they sustain multiple water leaks at any given moment. If you’re regularly calling for plumbing repair services, old pipes could be the cause.
- Poorly Sized Plumbing: You may not be surprised to find out that not all plumbers complete installations to the highest standards. Pipes that are too small for your needs could cause low water pressure and regular clogs. If these are issues you deal with on a monthly or quarterly basis - then new pipes could help.
- New Home Additions: Adding a new master bathroom to your home? Looking for a way to power a new pool or hot tub? New home additions mean new plumbing lines to service those areas. If you’re already investing in your home, it could be a good opportunity for a complete overhaul.
- Pipes Damaged by Freezing Temperatures: Living in Portage means dealing with cold temperatures that can affect your plumbing in various ways - the worst being frozen burst pipes. If your old pipes are not insulated or damaged from previous winter seasons, upgrading your plumbing could be a good way to protect your home.
Although repiping services could be costly, it could help you solve many of the above issues once and for all.
What Materials Should Your Repiping Contractor Use?
So you’ve decided to find a repiping contractor, now what? An important part of getting pipe installations in your home is knowing what materials will be used. Some of the top choices for whole home repipe projects are:
- Galvanized Steel
- Cast Iron
The material you use depends on your budget and needs. For homeowners in and around the Portage area it’s important to work with materials that either have a higher threshold for cold weather or can easily be insulated. When you work with our plumbing contractors we will perform all the necessary inspections to find you the perfect system that’ll work best for your home.
Choose Dan Wood Company
At Dan Wood Company we’ve been serving homeowners in the area since 1908. Through those four generations of plumbing experience we’ve learned what works and what doesn’t. That’s why all of our work is backed by our customer satisfaction guarantee. We also personalize repiping projects to your budget, home style, and needs to design a new system that will be repair free and efficient as the day your home was built.
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