You're Constantly Paying for Plumbing Repairs
If you’re noticing a lot of ongoing issues with your existing plumbing, it’s probably time for a full overhaul. A new pipe network will eliminate any ongoing plumbing issues and help avoid any further repairs for many years down the road.
Your House Has Lead Pipes
Lead pipes are only generally a concern in very old homes built in the 1920s or earlier. Lead presents some serious potential health risks and strangely there are still homes that have lead pipes.
You Have Galvanized Steel Pipes
Galvanized steel was a staple in homes in North America before World War II. The most common issue with such piping is corrosion which can impact the quality of the water and cause blockages that can’t be easily cleared.
You’re Planning to Remodel Anyway
If you’re considering a new kitchen or bathroom, while renovating or remodeling, it might be a good idea to replace all the piping at the same time in order to save time and money.