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Why Would You Need to Repipe Your Home?

Most of the time, leaky pipes can be fixed with a simple repair at a single section of your plumbing system. However, there are times when all of the pipes in your home need to be replaced. If your pipes have sustained extensive damage, repiping your home will be the best way to fix the problem and ensure that it doesn’t happen again. Here are some of the instances when repiping your home is necessary.

If You Live in an Older Home

If your home is over 50 years old and has never had its pipes replaced, it may be time to consider having your home repiped. Older homes usually have galvanized pipes installed, and these types of pipes are known to burst and corrode when they get old. That’s why it’s best not to wait till a catastrophe happens to have them replaced. Be proactive and prevent disaster by having your home repiped soon. 


If Your Home Has Low Water Pressure

If you have noticed that water isn’t coming out of your faucets as fast as it used to, it could be due to your old pipes. Over time, rust and minerals build up inside the pipes and can affect water pressure. Buildup takes a long time to accumulate, so it’s usually a good indication that your pipes are aging and will need to be replaced soon. The sooner you replace them, the sooner you can get back to enjoying your warm, high-pressured shower. 


If Your Water is Brown or Red

The water coming out of your faucets should always be clear. Anytime your water is anything but clear, it indicates that there is a problem. If you notice that your water is brown or red, your pipes may be to blame. Some types of pipes rust over time, and the rust will break off into your home’s water supply. The result is water that appears brown or red. When this happens, repiping your home is necessary because not only are your pips old, but they’re also affecting your water quality. 


If You Have Had Multiple Pipe Leaks

Isolated pipe leaks from time to time are normal. What isn’t normal is regular pipe leaks around your home. When this happens, it’s a good indication that your home should be repiped. In the end, you will save money since you will avoid the costs of frequent plumbing repairs and a higher water bill. 


We Can Help Repipe Your Home

Michael Runk Plumbing and Heating is here to help with all of your plumbing needs. No matter if you need simple leak repairs or need to repipe your entire house, our experts can get it done quickly and efficiently. Contact us, the number one plumber in Baltimore, today. 

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