O’Fallon Piping and Repiping
Installing and Replacing Plumbing Pipes for Customers in O’Fallon, Florissant, Chesterfield, and the Surrounding Areas
Pipes are the backbone of your home’s plumbing, transporting water to every faucet, shower, and appliance. The quality and condition of your pipes is crucial to the integrity and functionality of your home’s plumbing system.
At Armstrong Plumbing, we’re dedicated to providing top-tier piping and repiping services to make sure that the plumbing systems of our valued clients in O’Fallon, Florissant, Chesterfield, and the surrounding areas are properly supported. Whether you’re dealing with an aging system that needs a full repipe or simply need a section of your piping replaced, our team of highly trained professionals is ready to assist.
When to Get New Pipes
Put broadly, there are two reasons to install new pipes – to add to your existing piping system or to replace old pipes. You may find yourself in either of these situations for various reasons.
Firstly, adding new pipes to your home can significantly enhance your plumbing system’s functionality, efficiency, and overall performance.
You may need to extend your piping network if:
- You’re renovating or expanding your home: If you’re adding a new room, building an extension, or remodeling your bathroom or kitchen, you’ll likely need to install additional pipes to service these areas.
- You get new appliances: Modern appliances often require dedicated water lines. If you’re upgrading your washing machine or dishwasher, or installing a new refrigerator with a water dispenser, additional pipes may be necessary.
- You want better water pressure: If you’re experiencing low water pressure throughout your home, introducing new pipes to your existing plumbing could help resolve this issue.
On the other hand, if you’re facing recurring issues with your current plumbing, it may be a sign that your old pipes need replacing.
You may need to replace your old pipes if:
- You’re dealing with frequent leaks: Regular occurrences of leaks can indicate that your pipes are deteriorating and need to be replaced.
- The water from your taps isn’t clear: If your water has a brown or red tint, it could be a sign of rust in your pipes.
- You hear odd noises from your plumbing: Rattling, clanging, or echoing sounds could mean your pipes are damaged or loosely fitted.
- Your water pressure is inconsistent: Both low pressure and sudden pressure changes can point to issues with your pipes.
Whether you’re building something new or replacing something old, a piping and repiping professional from Armstrong Plumbing can help you assess your needs and get them met.
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What Type of Piping is Best for Your Home?
Choosing the best type of piping for your home means considering several factors, including the age of your home, the climate in your area, and your specific needs and budget. Different pipe materials are designed for different purposes, different price points, and different customer preferences.
Common piping materials include:
- PVC: These plastic pipes are affordable, versatile, and easy to work with, making them a popular choice for many homeowners. They resist corrosion and are great for carrying both hot and cold water.
- Copper: Known for their durability and reliability, copper pipes are more expensive than PVC but can last for decades without issue. They’re resistant to both heat and bacteria, making them an excellent choice for both indoor and outdoor plumbing.
- PEX: Flexible and easy to install, PEX pipes are a great choice for interior plumbing. They resist scale and chlorine buildup, don’t corrode, and can withstand high temperatures.
- Cast iron: These heavy-duty pipes are often used for main water supply lines. While they’re incredibly durable, they can be susceptible to rust over time.
- Galvanized steel: Once common in older homes, galvanized pipes are less popular today due to their susceptibility to rust and corrosion. They’re more durable than plastic but may need to be replaced if they’re causing water quality issues.
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