WHOLE HOUSE REPIPE
What Is A Repipe?
A repipe is when new hot and cold water pipes are installed inside your home to replace the existing pipes already there. This would be for incoming water only.
Why Not Just Fix The Leak; Why Repipe The Whole House?
When copper and galvanized pipes begin to fail and leak, more often than not there will be more leaks in the coming months or years. Finding and repairing each leak will be very costly, much more expensive than the cost of a repipe and more likely to cause damage to your home. A repipe is usually the most efficient solution.
Will We Have To Leave Our Homes During A Repipe?
Each case is different and the staff of Kona plumbing will do their best to make the experience as accommodating as possible. Before the work begins we will go over the entire process step by step and at that point, you can decide to stay or leave.
Do You Provide A Warranty For Your Work?
The labor and materials are warrantied for life against normal wear and tear.
How long will my water be turned off?
This depends on the size of the job and other variables. It is best for you to find a different location to stay for the evening. This will prevent unnecessary delays.
What is PEX?
PEX is an acronym. It stands for Polyethylene (PE) that is cross-linked (X). It is more durable, flexible and often more affordable than other piping options. They are color coordinated and less likely to burst under the pressure of water.