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Your home may need a repipe if you detect leaks or discolored water in your sink, shower, bathtub or spa. Nick’s Plumbing and his team of highly-trained Houston plumbing technicians can tackle one of the biggest plumbing jobs there is—re-piping.

If you are seeing any of the following red flags, it’s time to call Nick’s Plumbing & Sewer Services for a consultation on your possible re-piping job.

 

You have rusty or discolored water:

Rust within the pipes is also transferred to your water that you are bathing in or worse—drinking. Eventually the rust will eat completely through the iron pipe, and you will experience leaks or total failure. You should consider repiping your home if you detect these tell-tale signs in your Houston-area home.

Your house has galvanized piping:

Many years ago, the building and construction industries used iron or galvanized pipes. Galvanized, iron or zinc-coated pipes begin to deteriorate as these homes continue to age, resulting in the pipe being eaten from the inside out.

You are experiencing low water pressure:

The low water pressure you feel is actually due to a decreased volume of water. As galvanized pipes age, the rust and corrosion cause the inside diameter of the pipe to close off, restricting the flow of water. At the same time, the reduced volume of water in the system is not sufficient to supply multiple fixtures at one time. We have been re-piping Houston homes for many years, and we have seen this common problem solved by a single repiping job.

You have problems running more than one fixture at a time:

If your water temperature changes drastically when another fixture is turned on or off this is a sign of a problem with your pipes.

You have experienced slab leaks:

You suddenly find water on the floor, but you can’t determine where it came from. You wipe it up but it comes back. Unfortunately, you may have a slab leak, and we can help.

Repipe Your Houston Home:

Repiping your home can be a fairly involved and expensive process, depending on the size of the job. We recommend it because it is always worth it in the long run when compared to alternatives like extensive water damage from burst, rusted or leaking pipes.

Call Nick’s Plumbing & Sewer Services, the experts in re-piping homes. We are fast, affordable and experienced. Whether you have repipe problems inside your home, in the attic, outside or even under the house, call Nick’s Plumbing for service that you can trust.

Whether you are in need of re-piping, pipe clean out, pipe installation or pipe repairs you can count on us to treat you fairly and honestly and to help protect the integrity of your property and home. Our Houston repiping experts will conduct an initial screening to determine the best method for repairing your home plumbing. Our technicians will then bring the highest-quality materials to the site to repipe your home and make it work as good as new again.

At Nicks Plumbing we offer a lifetime warranty on re-piping, estimates and a 12-month, no-interest or 10-year financing. Call 713-868-9907 for details for all your Houston plumbing issues, big or small.

 

repipe wall to ceilingAbout Nick’s Plumbing and Repipe:

Nick’s Plumbing has been providing re-piping services in the Greater Houston Area since 1979. With fully stocked trucks serving your neighborhood, Nick’s Plumbing & Sewer Services cares about treating customers ethically and re-piping your home at a fair and affordable price. Sure you could go with any plumbing contractor in Houston but do they bring top quality and value to every Houston repiping job like we do? Our main concern is our customers’ satisfaction.

 

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When you call Nick’s Plumbing & Sewer Services, we answer our phones with responsive, staff members who are highly-trained and knowledgeable about plumbing issues. Call us today at 713-868-9907 to discuss the problems you’re having with your pipes and set up an appointment today for repipe.