While there are some telltale signs that a repipe is needed, call us and we’ll assess your home or business so you can know for sure.
If you have an older home or business with an antiquated plumbing system, eventually you may need to repipe it as the more cost-effective option instead of constantly repairing or replacing sections that are failing. At Top Notch Plumbing Inc., we have more than 20 years of experience in the plumbing industry, so even complex projects such as a repipe are no problem for our highly-qualified technicians.
The signs that indicate a need to repipe include multiple pipe leaks, your water is no longer clear due to rust and mineral buildup in the pipes, or your home is more than 50 years old and has never been upgraded. It is also important to consider a repipe if you have old lead pipes, as these are not considered safe. The lead can leach into the water during the corrosion process, which can be a health hazard for those most vulnerable to lead exposure, such as young children and pregnant women. If you suspect your home has lead pipes or lead solder was used at some point and you want an assessment completed, don’t hesitate to call on us.
With a repipe, care is taken to expose the old pipes with as little disruption to your Lake Norman, North Carolina home or business as possible. The old pipes are then removed, and new ones put in their place, along with all connections so that you have an entirely new plumbing system.
If you suspect you need new pipes in your home or at your business, give us a call to check it out and provide you with our recommendation as to whether a repipe is needed and what is involved with this project. We will take the time to answer all questions and concerns you have and provide you with upfront pricing, so you can make an informed decision about your plumbing system.
At Top Notch Plumbing Services Inc., we offer repipe services throughout the Lake Norman area, including Statesville, Mooresville, Cornelius, Davidson, Hickory, Conover, Huntersville, Troutman, Denver, Stony Point, Sherrills Ford, Claremont, Taylorsville, and Mocksville, North Carolina.