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Piping doesn’t just suddenly decide to spring a leak. Most wear and tear happens little by little over the course of many years. Unless you accidentally hit your water line while you were doing some landscaping (and we can fix your pipe if it did), the leaks probably aren’t your fault.
Usually, time and poor-quality piping materials are the main reasons for a whole house repipe. All plumbing systems will need to be replaced after enough time has gone by. Most materials have a 40-50 year lifespan, although some can last longer under the best circumstances. It’s likely your problems have come from plumbing that has finally reached piping retirement age.
Signs That You Need to Replumb Your House
You might be looking up whole home repiping services online because your pipes have already started acting up. Maybe you’ve noticed more frequent leaks or your water doesn’t taste good anymore. Or maybe your plumber has hinted that you might need to replumb your whole house and you’re getting a head start on research. When your piping is old, you’ll start to see some signs. Here are the most common:
Noises in Your Pipes
Did you know your pipes can start to make noises when they’re old? Rust or mineral build-up on the inside of your pipes might make them squeak, whistle, or creak when water tries to get through.
When pipes corrode and rust, some of the corrosion can end up in your water. Rust and corrosion from different types of piping can make your water orange, brown, red, or even greenish blue. If you notice changes in your water color, call to have your plumbing inspected for a possible repipe.
Whole house repiping is often needed when pipes begin leaking everywhere. Sometimes a joint will need to be repaired or a section will need to be replaced. But if problems are happening in multiple areas all at once, the whole line has probably reached the end of its lifespan.