Image of a pipe partially buried underground


Last time we talked a bit about the inspections that should be done in the spring. Well, summer just happened. Let that sink in for a minute. Spring has passed you by and before you know it, it is time to change the calendar. Today at approximately 3:34 the summer solstice…does something. It is not really clear what happens but the day is the longest of the year. It sounds good when you can tell someone about the impending solstice, like you know what you are talking about. The thing about summer is, it’s the perfect time to get all of the things you have been putting off all year. We talked about a home plumbing inspection that the average homeowner can perform and now is the time.

The Pressure

Last time we looked at the basement and that big sludge container we call the water heater. But how do you tell if you need a whole home repipe? There is a major indicator that you might not even realize, the water pressure. If the water pressure is low, that is a good indication that your pipes are corroded inside and covered in deposits. These deposits restrict the flow into your home and can go so far as to cut your water pressure considerably.

So If you think that your home could benefit from a PEX or copper repipe give us a call. The Repipe Specialist will inspect and replace your aging pipes. Just in time for fall.