If you need residential repiping services in Salt Lake City, call on the experts at Monkey Wrench Plumbing, Heating & Air today.
Replacing your home’s pipes is the most effective way to resolve a myriad of plumbing problems and help prevent more serious issues from developing. Nevertheless, this is a large-scale project that can be costly and disruptive.
When you trust the Monkey Wrench Plumbing, Heating & Air team, our licensed and trained professionals will do everything possible to minimize the hassle and cost of a whole-home repiping. With more than two decades of experience, we are known throughout northern Utah as the plumber to call when only the best will do.
If you have cracked or broken plumbing lines, replacing your pipes will stop the costly and potentially damaging water leaks. Underground leaks can cause settling problems under the foundation, potentially leading to devastating structural damage. If the leaks are inside the walls, you are at immediate risk of severe water damage and the growth of toxic mold.
If your plumbing system was installed in the early 1900s, your pipes could be made of lead – which is highly toxic. Even if your pipes aren’t lead, older materials contribute to discolored, bad-smelling water flowing out the tap. With new pipes, you will enjoy an unlimited supply of clean, safe water flowing from your taps.
Having your plumbing repiped will cut down on the need for repairs and improve your home’s value, enhancing the economic benefits even further.
Although repiping your home may sound like a major construction project, the experienced team at Monkey Wrench Plumbing, Heating & Air knows how to get in and out quickly, minimizing the disruption to you and your family without sacrificing quality.
We perform the work in a way that allows you to stay in your home during the project with minimal inconvenience. We also go out of our way to minimize the duration of the work. We are able to complete most repiping projects in only a few days.
We can repipe your home using cross-linked polyethylene (PEX) lines. PEX has replaced copper as the standard of piping, because it offers most of the same benefits at a lower cost. We can explain your options and help you make the best decision for your goals and your budget.
In some cases, you will know without doubt when it’s time for repiping. In other cases, however, you might not see any obvious signs of a problem. In fact, some customers aren’t aware they have a problem until they notice their water bills gradually creeping upward.
You might also notice a decline in the quality of your water. It may start to come out of the tap discolored or have a bad odor or taste. Or you might see signs of a leak underground or in the wall, such as discolored drywall or damp spots on the exterior of your home.
Another sign of a problem is a decline in your water pressure. If you can’t use more than one faucet or fixture at a time without one or the other losing pressure, it’s time to talk to a plumber. Contact our licensed and trained professionals.
In Salt Lake City, call on Monkey Wrench Plumbing, Heating & Air for all your plumbing installation, maintenance and repair services, including whole-house repiping.