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5 Signs You Need to Repipe Your Florida Home
5 Signs You Need to Repipe Your Florida Home

Like most things in your home, your pipes won't last forever. And when they decide to give up, they can wreak havoc on a number of different areas -- namely, things you might not even be able to see due to the fact that they're situated behind walls or within the floors or ...

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Blog posts in Piping & Repiping

  • Should You Buy a House With Polybutylene Pipes?

    From about the late 1970s through the early 1990s, millions of homes across the country were constructed with polybutylene piping , one of many new ...

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  • Why You Should Replace Polybutylene (Quest) Piping

    Over the years, the preferred material that pipes are constructed with has changed significantly. During the 1980s, a new plumbing material known as ...

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  • Should You Replace Copper Piping?

    For many years, galvanized steel was one of the most popular materials which home plumbing lines were constructed from. However, steel was prone to ...

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  • How To Deal With An Emergency Pipe Leak

    Picture this: you’ve returned home after a relaxing getaway, and open up the front door and notice water on the floor. First, you gasp and then you ...

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  • How to Stop Your Knocking, Banging Pipes

    If your home’s pipes are making knocking and banging noises, you likely have one of the following problems: Water hammering Expanding/contracting hot ...

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  • Top 7 Questions About Polybutylene Piping in Florida Answered!

    Have questions about polybutylene piping? We have answers. In this Q&A article, we’ll cover the following common consumer questions: What is ...

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  • How to Fix Knocking Pipes

    Have you ever heard knocking when you use the water in your home? It can sound like a chugging noise, a soft gradual knock, or a series of loud bangs! ...

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  • What is Polybutylene Piping?

    Does Your Home Have Poly? If your home was built between the years of 1978 and 1995, you may very well have had polybutylene piping installed. At the ...

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