Leaky pipes are a nightmare for any homeowner. The first solution that comes to mind when trying to fix the problem is soldering and repairing the pipe. But, this isn’t always the best decision to make, due to the state of the pipes. If your pipes are old and corroded, then patching up the leak in one area of the plumbing pipes are only going to fix the leak problem temporarily. That’s why it’s recommended that you consider repiping your plumbing system.
Repiping The Plumbing System
Repiping the plumbing system involves replacing all the old and decaying pipes with brand new pipes that will be reliable for several years. If you live in a house that is several decades old and still has all of the original plumbing still in use, then it’s time to consider replacing the old pipes with new ones that are far from dealing with any problems such as corrosion and pinhole leaks.
While the idea of replacing the entire plumbing system that is old and decaying may seem, it’s ultimately the best choice you can make financially. By replacing the entire plumbing system at once, we here at Fox Plumbing in San Diego, CA will ensure you that it’s cheaper than the alternative. If you decide to delay the inevitable, you will face the dilemma of dealing with frequent leaks and the need to repair them, which will add up to cost more than repiping the plumbing system, quickly.