1. Rotten Egg Smell? Time For A Gas Repipe!

    I once bought a dozen eggs and went on vacation. No, I did not take the eggs with me on vacation. The beaches of Panama were incredible and there were monkeys! Monkeys aside, the eggs in my failed natural gas refrigerator began to create an odor which smelled like natural gas. Now this situation was the perfect storm because my natural gas refrigerator had stopped working due to the age of gas pip…Read More

  2. We repipe gas implements

    Avoid Pipe Plaque Buildup

    Over time, plaque is liable to build up in any pipe. As gallon after gallon of water moves through a pipe, tiny particles will likely coat the walls of a pipe. These tiny particles can in time house bacteria, and this bacteria can accumulate to form plaque. While tiny amounts of plaque aren’t harmful to your health or to the health of your pipes, large amounts of plaque can lower water quality a…Read More

  3. We repipe copper plumbing and more

    Why Make the Switch from Galvanized Piping?

    Galvanized pipes have been a common plumbing implementation after cast iron piping fell out of popularity. Galvanized pipes may be built out of zinc-coated iron or steel pipes. These pipes are strong and may last up to 70 years, but they do have many drawbacks. Most notably, water quality will suffer as a galvanized pipe ages. In this way copper piping and PEX piping are superior piping choices, a…Read More

  4. Repiping keeps your drains clear

    Our Sewage & Drain Repiping Materials

    When you need repiping services here in Orange County, you’re probably looking to find a material with integrity, and a material that’s affordable. Unfortunately, there isn’t a slew of options to choose from when it comes to drainage piping. Drainage piping has to take on all sorts of volatile fluids (and some solids) that can easily damage traditional water pipes. With cosmetics, waste, hai…Read More