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Copper Repipe Plumber in Waterford, MI
Have you been experiencing low water pressure? Is your water turning brown or rust-colored? Are you noticing leaks throughout your Waterford, MI business or home?
If the answer to any of these questions is "yes," then repiping could be the answer.
Advanced Plumbing LLC is a plumbing company in Waterford, MI, proud to offer repiping services to home and business owners alike. Whether you’re looking to replace old copper pipes or newer pipes that simply aren’t serving their purpose, we have the tools and skills to get the job done quickly and in a manner that not only meets but surpasses your expectations.
We're fully licensed, insured, & bonded
We pride ourselves on thorough, efficient repiping services coupled with affordable rates.
And if you hire us for repiping, we pledge to leave your property clean and neat once the job is done.
Once complete, you should notice a difference in your water pressure, usage, and bill!
How do plumbers repipe a house?
Sometimes your whole house needs to be repiped due to age, damage from a flood or fire, or issues within the lines. A complete replacement of your plumbing system may seem daunting, but our experienced company will complete the work efficiently, and the results should last for decades.
Typically, your mains, like sewer and water, will be replaced by copper pipes. The ancillary lines that run from other locations in the structure will likely be made of plastic.
A standard installation will take three to five business days, depending on the size of the job. It’s important to note that you will experience minor service interruption at some point while the plumbers connect and disconnect the lines. It’s best to plan for those times.
Our plumbers will lay protective sheets over your floors and possessions before making cuts in the walls to feed the lines and access the old pipes. Our plumbers will also repair the damage once the work is complete. In cases where they need to access the main lines, your contractor will need to move major fixtures, but rest assured they’ll put everything back where it belongs.