Homes in the Chattanooga area that were built before 1970 often have pipes made of outdated material, such as galvanized steel. What happens is that these types of pipes tend to corrode after 40-50 years of service. If you’ve already started to notice an increase in leak problems, then you are probably in need of repiping.
How is whole-house repiping done? Repiping sounds like a big job, and it is! To precisely locate the pipes makes one stage easier, which is excavating to reach the old pipes with as little disruption to building material as possible. To access pipes down in the floors, plumbers will approach from the ceiling below to avoid having to pull up floorboards.
It is a necessary process that requires plumbers who have years of repiping experience. In Chattanooga those plumbers are a part of the team representing All Home Plumbing. They are the Chattanooga experts at repiping, fixing leaky faucets, or clogged toilets, etc. Just give All Home Plumbing a call anytime at (423) 598-1466.