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Repiping Services

Quality Repiping Services For Your Chino, CA Home

Pipes can clog, break, or otherwise become damaged. But having healthy pipes is essential if you want your plumbing system to operate smoothly. Furthermore, some forms of pipe damage can contaminate your drinking water, leaving you with foul-smelling, nasty, discolored water. Repiping enables plumbers to address damage in particular sections of your home without having to invest in whole house repiping, resulting in minimal disruptions.

There are several scenarios in which repiping may be appropriate. Rusted pipes that produce brown, cloudy, and foul-tasting water would benefit from repiping. If your plumbing system has holes, cracks, splits, or severe blockages, investing in a new section of piping could help avoid future problems. One of the best ways to know if your pipes are in disrepair is to conduct an inspection. Our experts at JIG Plumbing offer plumbing video camera inspections so that you can get an inside look at your pipes' conditions.

Jig Plumbing Technician Working On Water Lines

Do I Need Whole House Repiping?

If your home has older pipes and sections of them are starting to wear thin, you can get away with replacing and repairing individual sections. However, depending on the condition of your plumbing system, it may be in your best interest to repipe your entire home. This is especially true if your home has lead or galvanized pipes which could be contaminating your water source. Here are some instances in which you would benefit from replacing all the pipes in your plumbing system:

  • Your pipes are made of galvanized steel. Before World War II, zinc-coated galvanized steel pipes were installed in American homes and businesses. However, as the zinc coating wore off, rust began forming. Left unattended, the accumulated rust would eventually block the entire pipe.
  • You're thinking about remodeling your bathroom. Remodeling your bathroom takes a fair amount of demolition, plumbing, and reconstruction. Repiping your home does too. If you're thinking about redoing your bathroom and believe your pipes could use replacing, it's a good idea to tackle both tasks at once.
  • The pipes in your home are made of lead. The American Congress banned the use of lead pipes in 1986, but those already installed were allowed to remain. Serious risks are associated with lead exposure, so it's important to change lead pipes out immediately.
  • You regularly incur plumbing problems. If your plumbing system is often leaking, clogging, or failing, you might benefit from replacing all your pipes at once.

Murky or metallic-tasting water, cracks caused by frozen pipes, decreased water pressure, and limescale corrosion are all indications that you may benefit from repiping your entire home.

One Pipe Or The Whole Thing, JIG Plumbing Has You Covered

If your home's plumbing system is regularly plagued by leaks, clogs, low water pressure, or something else, you may benefit from having your pipes repaired or replaced. Our professionals are here to help you decide whether repiping or whole-home repiping is right for you. Drop us a message online or call 909-280-4331 today!

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