Safe, Effective Tucson, AZ Repipe & Repiping Services
Looking for reliable, cost-effective repiping solutions for your home? Call 520-622-2257 to learn how we can help you in Tucson, Marana, Vail, and the surrounding areas.
We offer repiping and pipe leak repair services for all homes and businesses in and around Tucson and Pima County areas. Depending on the condition of your pipes, our trained, licensed technicians will recommend specific services to suit your needs. Once we perform the inspection, we will be able to determine if repiping or repairs are needed. Using only high-quality materials, either copper or PEX (depending on your preference), we will get your pipes up and running in no time.
Cal’s Plumbing is a repipe specialist offering the whole house repipe with some of the best plumbing reviews around. When you need reliable repiping services in Tucson, Vail, Marana, and surrounding areas make sure to call (520) 622-2257 to reach the experts at Cal’s Plumbing.
Like anything that is used heavily and consistently for extended periods of time, eventually, the piping system in your home will begin to wear out and show signs of aging. If you’re lucky, these issues can manifest as small leaks, but can potentially burst pipes and cause major damage.
Common Signs You Need a Repipe or Repair
The following are common signs that indicate a repipe is necessary:
- Continually needing repairs with your existing system
- Unusual colored or tasting water coming from your fixtures
- Decreased water pressure
- Old and aging system
- Limescale corrosion
- Cracks caused by frozen pipes
Older Tucson Homes
These pipes can be deceiving as the outside of it may look nice since the outside never touches
However, the inside of the pipes can be clogged with rust that slows down your home’s water pressure. This corrosion causes the pipes to become paper-thin and easy to break. This can also lead to your home’s water supply having a foul smell. Galvanized and copper pipes can also develop leaks that can rot and cause damage to your home. Repiping is the process of replacing your older, rusty pipes with new ones that will help the pressure and quality of the water in your home.
Polybutylene Pipe Replacement Specialist
What is Polybutylene? It is a plastic resin used in the manufacture of plastic pipes and fittings from 1978 until 1995. During this time polybutylene was installed in up to ten million homes and businesses throughout the United States including Tucson, Vail, Oro Valley, Marana, and more! The main problem with polybutylene is that it fails suddenly, without warning and often fails catastrophically, causing your house to be buried in a pool of water leaving you hung out to dry.
Because this type of pipe was much cheaper and easier to install than other competing materials it was touted by many as being “the pipe of the future”. Its widespread popularity spanned nearly two decades, resulting in a recurring nightmare for countless households, businesses, and municipalities, both domestically and around the globe, but more importantly in the Tucson area.