Category: Pipes & repipes

A plumbing system isn’t much without its pipes. Unfortunately, problems with your plumbing pipes can be tricky to diagnose, challenging to pinpoint, and tough to fix–without the right help.

Learn how to take better care of your pipes and spot problems at the first sign of trouble. And if you ever need help with pipe repair or a home repipe in Concord, we’re always happy to help.

5 signs you have a slab leak

5 Signs You Have a Slab Leak

A wide variety of homes are built directly on a concrete slab. This is not an unusual way to provide a foundation for many homes, but can bring some issues down the line when it comes to your plumbing. Since the plumbing pipes are concealed within the slab, diagnosing a leak and accessing the pipes

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should I replace my copper pipes with PEX?

Should I Replace My Copper Pipes with PEX?

Copper pipes were once the best option for homeowners who wanted durable pipes that would last half a lifetime. However, new improvements in materials sciences have led to PEX, an amazing material that can outperform copper piping in many areas. This less expensive, flexible material is a great option for homeowners who have problems with

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8 signs your home needs a repipe

8 Signs Your Home Needs a Repipe

The pipes in your home won’t last forever. Eventually, the pipes will begin to wear and potentially create leaks, bad tasting water, or other problems. Few homeowners can tell the difference between when they need a pipe repair and when they need to change the pipes in their whole home. If you need a repipe,

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pex vs copper for water supply lines

PEX vs Copper for Water Supply Lines

Water supply lines used to be made of galvanized steel. However, these days we have smarter material options that can stand up to the specific demands of a water supply line. Your main choices are PEX or copper. While copper piping is the most common option for a water supply line it may not be

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