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    Summer Solstice

    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…Read More

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    Repipe your House with PEX Pipes

    When waterlines develop leaks or breakages, you may decide this may be a good time to repipe the house with PEX piping. It has been used since the 80s in the United States, and has revolutionized the plumbing industry. It doesn't corrode or freeze like steel or copper plumbing it is more flexible so it doesn't require the same installation process as the copper piping with welds and joints. There …Read More

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    PEX Piping Can Change your Water Flow

    PEX pipes are relatively new in the plumbing industry. They have only been around since about 1970, when they were invented in Europe. They became accessible in the United States during the 1980s. PEX is short for crosslinked polyethylene, the material from which they are constructed.  They have been used in radiant heating and commercial building services in the pipeworks. Currently, they are be…Read More

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    Copper Repiping In Orange County Can Save You The Money You’re Wasting Everyday

    There can be signs that you may have a water leak and you may not even know it.  Leaks develop and occur in the some of the most unnoticeable places, waiting to pop its ugly head out when you least expect it.  Being able to see the signs before it’s too late can be extremely advantageous and save you a lot of money in the long road.  These leaks can occur anywhere in your home including your …Read More

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    The Advantages Of Copper Repiping In Orange County

    If you've recently noticed low water pressure, discolored water, or leaky pipes, it's time to call the California Repipe Specialists today. These common issues are symptoms of galvanized piping and can turn into larger issues if the pipes are left to rust and corrode. As a family owned and operated business, California Repipe Specialists have been in the industry for nearly two decades offering cu…Read More

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    The Benefits of Gas Repiping in Orange County

    Older homes can have a lot of issues. Inadequate wiring, poor air flow, and old pipes can all pose problems. If your home was built more than 30 years ago, it's most likely that it contains galvanized or black iron gas pipes. Over time, these pipes will corrode, and the flow of gas will be obstructed. This can lead to more serious problems, such as leaks and cracks in your gas pipes. A gas leak is…Read More

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    Why Repiping your Home Could Benefit You

    In today’s trying times it seems as though we all want to talk about problems. When do you think, is the right time to Repipe your home in Orange County? Clean We are a family and we know you are to. Should the water that runs in your house be the same? Knowing that you and your family will be either drinking, using it for cooking, washing clothes and taking showers you need to know that what yo…Read More

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    Save Money Repiping Orange County

    Who is busy Repiping Orange County? With purchasing a new home there are many factors to think about. The existing water system and piping is one of them. Ever walk into a house, turn on the water and catch a foul odor in the air? These are just a few examples of what can be happening behind those walls and floors. Watch Out for Galvanized If your house was built before the 60’s up to the 70’s…Read More