Many of our customers, when calling, quite frankly have the same problem of either, their “water is running slow” or constantly breaking pipes. WE CAN HELP
There might be several reasons of having low water pressure.
In many cases, if your home or building was built prior to 1970 then you probably have out-of-date, corroded, and rusty galvanized water pipes, which are more than likely break and cause costly water damage in and under your home or business. Old galvanized water pipes are almost guaranteed to cause a host of problems for home and business owners.
Low water pressure can be caused by the rust or the corrosion that is blocking the flow in your galvanized piping. Discolored water is usually a sign of advanced rust and corrosion. Any sign of discoloration of your water means, that it is the time for you to consider replacing your water pipe lines.
When you experience a leak on your water system it’s mainly caused by the corrosion of your old galvanized which are grayish looking pipe lines.
There are several ways to check whether your water system is lacking pressure. Sometimes you may experience “water slow down” when taking a shower or washing your hands. It’s not always the old piping that can cause water pressure drop. In some cases the problem might be from the water pressure regulator. In order to avoid guessing, 911 Plumbing Services professional technicians can help you to SAVE MONEY, by pinpointing the exact problem and offering you an optimal solution that will restore your water pressure.
Benefits of re-piping your home include:
Replacing your old and damaged galvanized water pipes with new clean copper piping is a good idea. Copper pipe does not corrode, does not rust, and once installed will last a lifetime.
After copper re-piping you will enjoy:
- Reduced Plumbing Costs
- Clean/Clear Water Without Rust
- Better Volume and Water Flow
- Better Tasting Drinking Water
- A Great Selling Feature (if you plan to sell your home or building)
Copper re-piping may also let you take a comfortable shower, wash dishes, water the lawn, wash laundry, and use faucets and fixtures at the same time. Copper re-piping gives you great water pressure, improves delivery of hot water, reduces or eliminates plumbing repairs, and saves money on water loss. Copper piping has been widely used for domestic water supply for over 50 years. Since 1963, over 5.3 million miles of copper plumbing pipes has been installed in about 80 percent of all U.S. properties.