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Replumbing your whole house isn’t something that needs to be done very often. When your pipes do need to be replaced, it’s usually because of some major problems that you’re having in your water line. Some of the most common reasons for a whole house repipe are:
Your Pipes Are Starting to Corrode
Instead of being nice and smooth on the inside, minerals can start to build up in the pipes, almost completely blocking them. The inside can also become grimy, rusted, and rough. On the outside, your pipes might start to bulge at the seams and you might notice spots of rust. Usually, this process happens equally on all of the pipes in your water line, so changing them out all at once makes the most sense.
Leaks Are Becoming More Frequent
As your pipes start to corrode, leaks are gonna become a monthly or weekly thing. Instead of trying to battle leaks that keep cropping up, you can replumb your whole house.
You Want New Piping
If your water lines are a mixture of DIY materials, there’s nothing wrong with wanting a brand-new set of PEX pipes. A lot of problems can come with piping that’s been patched up. Piping that’s up to code and uniform is gonna save you a lot of trouble.