Plumbing Repiping Professionals Orange County
Is it time for your Orange, CA, home to get new pipes? Plumbing repiping is delicate work, but it’s work that we do better than your average nearby plumbing service.
A repiping service is an intricate job that highly skilled, trusted plumbers should complete. The experts at Moffett Plumbing & Air can install completely new pipes in your home that can fix common problems like water discoloration or low water pressure.
And for more dire emergencies like leaks, we’re ready to spring into action to take care of it for you.
Do You Need Plumbing Repiping?
It’s good to recognize the common warning signs that could mean your Orange, CA, home needs to be repiped. Common issues can be the low water pressure in showers and sinks, leaking or water spots, and brown water caused by the rust from galvanized pipes.
These are all clear signs that you should contact your nearby Orange, CA, plumbing service for a diagnosis and a solution. And the sooner you do, the better. Some of these warnings could mean your home is primed for a significant leak.
If at any moment you’re worried about the state of your pipes, it’s best to contact the experts at Moffett Plumbing & Air. Minor issues that seem insignificant now could spiral out of control, leaving you with water damage, in addition to needing your plumbing repiped.
How Long Will the Repiping Take?
Repiping your Orange, CA, home will take between two days and a week to finish. The amount of time will vary based on the size of your home and the damage to the current piping system.
Our goal is always to be understanding of your busy schedule. We’ll never infringe on important moments with your family, and we’ll make sure you’re always able to have a relaxing night at home whenever you need it.
What About the Water in Your Home?
Regardless of the time it takes to complete your repiping job, you’ll still have access to water in your Orange, CA, home, except when we make the switch to the new pipes.
We’ll leave the old pipes intact whenever possible as we’re working on your new pipes so that you can use water throughout the process. If the damage is too extensive to be able to do this, we suggest you make arrangements to stay elsewhere while we work on the installation.
Are you seeing water spots on your ceiling or rust spots on your pipes? There’s a good chance you’re dealing with a pinhole leak that’s exposing the rest of your home to water, making it vulnerable to water damage.
You should seek assistance from your trusted plumbers, Moffett Plumbing & Air, for a horizontal repipe in your ceiling or attic.
A horizontal repipe is a bit quicker than a whole-home repipe, usually only taking up a day or two of your time.
Horizontal repipes are also a more immediate fix for problems that can’t wait, so rusty pipes could still be active throughout your system. Whole-home repipes, while more extensive, are much more thorough and will give you better peace of mind.
That being said, horizontal repipes can be a fantastic solution for anyone who needed a fix yesterday. Once we’ve finished the repiping, your water will run a bit brown due to rust being moved out of the system. This will fade.
If you’re an Orange, CA, homeowner who’s noticing problems with leaking or rust on both your horizontal and vertical pipes, we’ll likely recommend investing in a whole-home repiping. This service is easily the most effective way to stop leaks in their tracks, access clean water, and have incredibly consistent water pressure.
Whole-home repipes always start with a discussion about the process and your preferred schedule. Our goal at all times is to be as quiet and efficient as possible so that you can continue with your life unbothered.
When we show up to start the repiping, we’ll cover up furniture or spaces that could get covered in dirt or rust. We will never leave any sort of equipment or mess lying around when we’re finished. We’re always courteous and responsible.
Unless we’re dealing with a more extreme scenario where pipes aren’t fit to run water, your family won’t lose access to water while we install the piping. We’ll switch over to the new PEX system on the last day of the repiping, and we’ll address any questions or concerns you may have and set up future appointments for maintenance.
We will usually leave the old pipes in your home if they’re not in the way. But we do make sure to drain all of the old water lines to ensure no rust will enter your new potable water piping system.
Services to Consider After You Have Plumbing Repiping
In Orange, CA, homeowners would greatly benefit from additional services to round out the home repiping. PEX pipes are fantastic because we aren’t required to make a lot of holes during the piping, and the holes made are usually tiny and easily hidden.
However, some may prefer that the holes be patched, which is a service we’re happy to provide. Alternatively, you may be interested in installing new bathroom fixtures to go with your new pipes, such as faucets or toilets.
It’s always good to consider getting repiping done before diving into extensive remodels. If you’re looking to continue your remodel with Moffett Plumbing & Air, there’s a lot more we can take care of for you in terms of fixture installation or replacement.
More than Your Friendly, Trusted Orange County Plumbers
The Moffett Plumbing & Air experts are dedicated to offering the best home repiping in Orange, CA. We’re not just your nearby plumbing service; we’re your “here whenever you need us” plumbing service.
If you’d like to learn more about whole-home repiping, horizontal piping, or any other nearby plumbing service we offer, get in touch with us today. We’d love to walk you through all of the options to make your home’s cooking, cleaning, and drinking water the absolute best it can be.