SOMETIMES A REPIPE JUST HAS TO BE DONE!
Have you been experiencing low water pressure? Is your water turning brown or rust-colored? And are you noticing leaks throughout business or home? If the answer to any of these questions is “yes,” then repiping could be the answer and Shaw's Central Florida Service Call Us: 321-229-7582 will be your best choice in Central Florida to get the job done right.
Each repipe is different from the next. A small two bath house may be best done with Pex pipe, however if you require more water for body sprays or multiple fixtures to operate at the same time you need to have a CPVC or copper piping installed due to its higher internal flow volume. If anyone says to only use one system you may need to get more information.
Repiping a house is a very effective way to maintain and even enhance its usability and resale value. This is the most practical aspect of any residential or commercial remodeling project. These processes serve to increase the functionality and the efficacy of plumbing systems overall. Our Central Florida plumbing repiping services ensure that this upgrade is a smooth and hassle-free process.
Our PEX, copper and CPVC repiping services come with solid guarantees. You can consult with a Shaw's Central Florida Service Call Us: 321-229-7582 technician to learn more about the benefits and cost of a partial or total home repiping job. We have trained technicians on hand who can start planning and preparing for this major project. Our goal is to get this work done properly and in record time, so that your home and lifestyle are not disturbed by these enhancement efforts in any long-term fashion.
The nature of your existing pipes may make it necessary to seek plumbing repiping services immediately, especially if you are experiencing frequent leaks and other issues due to the degradation of your pipes. Polybutylene pipes were frequently installed in homes from 1978-1995 throughout the Central Florida areas, due to their low-cost, lightweight nature and the mistaken belief that this was the plumbing material of the future. The increased presence of chloramine in water, a sterilizing agent commonly used in municipal water systems, facilitates a continual breakdown of these structures. Our Shaw's Central Florida Service Call Us: 321-229-7582 plumbing experts can show you how PEX, copper and CPVC systems can help you to avoid unnecessary problems and to preserve the integrity of your home.
Call us at: 321-229-7582 and schedule your REPIPE today.
PEX, also known as crosslinked polyethylene is an advanced piping system with several advantages over common metal piping made from iron, lead or rigid plastic pipe systems with ABS, CPVC or PVC. PEX is a material that can be much faster to install than metal-based piping and has a long track record of successful applications. PEX is flexible, resists chlorine and scale and it will not corrode or develop pinhole leaks.
Copper tubing is most often used for supply of hot and cold tap water, and as refrigerant line in HVAC systems. There are two basic types of copper tubing, soft copper and rigid copper. Copper tubing is joined using flare connection, compression connection, or solder. Copper offers a high level of resistance to corrosion, but is becoming very costly.
CPVC is a chlorinated polyvinyl chloride thermoplastic pipe made out of CPVC compounds. CPVC pipes are approved for use in industrial and residential plumbing. They are corrosion resistant and durable.
CPVC pipes are used for hot and cold potable water flow, sprinkler systems in homes and businesses and the transport of corrosive fluids in industry.
CPVC pipe is easier to install than copper and iron pipes. CPVC pipes will also keep water hot longer than copper pipes because of better insulation. The pipes are not combustible which make them a better choice for sprinkler systems than metal pipes.