Do you have any of these pipe types in your home?
When it comes to plumbing, you want to make sure that the pipes in your home are of the best quality available. At Greenway Plumbing, our plumbers will provide you with top quality service for whatever plumbing work you need done. If you’re noticing signs of wear, flaking, rust, or leaks with your pipes, it’s best to have them replaced to prevent potential damage to your home. Replumbing may seem like a hassle, but with the correct pipes you won’t have to worry about any plumbing issues in the future.
Here are 3 pipes that you should stop using in your home:
#1 Pipe Type To Change
#2 Pipe Type To Change
#3 Pipe Type To Change
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What Types Of Pipes Do I Have In My Home?
When checking any pipes in your home, you’ll want to look for any wear, flaking, rusting, or brown or black coloring to the pipes. These are the typical signs that your pipe quality is starting to deteriorate. It is also important that you monitor your water quality as well. Changes in the color, taste, or smell can also be signs that you need to replace your pipes. Replacing bad pipes before they leak or cause damage to your home is very important. A trained plumber can better assess your plumbing to determine if you’re in need of new pipes.
If you or someone you know have lead, polybutylene, or orangeburg pipes in your home, it is recommended that the pipes are removed and replaced. Greenway Plumbing provides top-quality plumbing services and can handle any of your plumbing needs. Redoing your old pipes will ensure that your plumbing system is up to standard and that your home is protected from any plumbing issues. If you have questions about plumbing pipes or would like one of our plumbers to assess your current pipes, please contact us at callgreenway.com.