Over 1,000 Homes Re-piped
Southeast Texas Repiping Experts
Do You Know What’s in Your Home’s Pipes?
Whether it’s the water that cleans your clothes and dishes, the water you bathe in, or the water you and your family drink, it all comes from the same pipes. And chances are, your home’s pipes are old, clogged, and rusted.
Bad Pipes Mean Bad Water in Your Home
If you’ve ever experienced unexplained leaks, leaking slab, low water pressure, discoloration, streaks and stains on dishes, foul-smelling clothes straight out of the washing machine, or bad-tasting water, it’s probably due to pipes that need to be replaced.
Solve Your Water Problems Today with Repiping
We’ve repiped more than 1,000 homes, and we’ve seen the huge difference it makes in homeowners’ quality of life. Old, clogged, dirty, and rusted pipes bring a whole host of issues that simply can’t be solved without repiping, and that’s where we come in.
How Common Are Bad Pipes?
Due to environmental factors and the low-quality materials often used in the construction process, water pipes feeding into homes go bad quickly. Almost all homes that are at least 20 years old have pipe-related issues, including leaks, corrosion, rust, clogs, and mineral buildup. In some cases, homes built as recently as 5-10 years ago may severe issues depending on where they’re built and the types of pipes used.
Our experts can evaluate your home’s pipes to determine the extent of the damage and the best course of action for delivering a clean and clear water supply back into your home. It’s our goal to not only improve your home’s water supply, but to also help prevent you from suffering catastrophic pipe-related water damage or even a water outage that could last for days and cost you tens of thousands of dollars to fix.
Houston's Premiere Repiping Company
Other companies may promise to repipe your home at an attractive price and in a quick turnaround time, but it’s important to be wary if they aren’t actual plumbers or have significant experience in the industry. Repiping is a complicated job that requires years of knowledge and a track record of success.
Repiping “specialists” who don’t perform any other work often do rush jobs, and when—not if—complications arise, they’re nowhere to be found. They don’t offer any support after the job is done, and that means homeowners are often left paying out of pocket to fix damage that should never have occurred in the first place.
We Know Texas Homes, Land, and Pipes
When repiping, it’s essential to know the soil, the types of homes where the work is being performed, the types of pipes being replaced, and the best pipes to replace them with. At Aqueduct Plumbing, we have years of experience working exclusively on homes in Southeastern Texas, including Houston, Galveston, and Webster.
We use only the highest quality materials when completing repiping jobs. Unlike cut-rate repiping companies, we use only the latest stainless steel, PEX, or copper pipes, depending on the home and environment, to ensure that our work stands the test of time and delivers clean, pure water for decades without the need for further maintenance or additional costs.
Don’t Wait Until Disaster Strikes—Get Your Home Repiped Now.
The symptoms of bad pipes, such as discolored or bad-tasting water, leaks, and low water pressure are annoying, but many people ignore them, especially if they’re sporadic. But ignoring pipe-related issues is the worst thing you can do, as those symptoms are indicative of much more serious issues.
If you suspect your home’s pipes are damaged or need replacing, the sooner you call us to take a look and devise a plan, the better. Damage worsens over time, and the last thing you need is for a pipe to burst, which can result in flooding and tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars in property damage.
We’ll investigate the issue, determine the source of the problem, devise a solution, and walk you through our plans, step by step. Once you’re ready to tackle the problem, we can complete the job in just a single day, which means your busy lifestyle won’t be interrupted.