Tucson’s Repipe Specialists
Replacement for Any Type of Piping
The repipe specialists at Wood’s Plumbing can replace any type of piping for your entire home. No job is too small or too big for our team of professionals, so don’t hesitate to give us a call! If you want to get the job done right the first time, then you can always count on us. For example, our team can handle:
- Gas and water mains
- Sewer lines
- Inside and outside
- Repairs and replacements
- Polybutylene pipe replacement
- Galvanized steel pipe replacement
- Water system repiping
Complete Water System Repiping
While complete repiping may not be cheap, it’s still less expensive than having to bear the expense of a burst pipe. For example, when you have a burst pipe, you may have to pay for drywall replacement, new carpeting or wood flooring, and even mold and mildew treatments. In other words, repiping is the preferable option!
Contact the professionals at Wood’s Plumbing today so we can help evaluate the condition of the pipes in your home. Rather than trying to make a quick sale, our highly skilled professionals will recommend the best course of action for you. Thus, you’ll always be in safe hands when you work with our team! If you have any questions, then give us a call today!
Polybutylene Pipe Replacement
Polybutylene pipes were traditionally both inexpensive and easy to install. This explains their popularity from 1978 to 1995. Poly was used in both “overhead” and “underground” installations. Indeed, industry experts believe that poly was used in 6 to 10 million homes during this period.
Once you have a leak, it’s only a matter of time before it becomes a problem. That’s why repairs to polybutylene pipe systems should be made on a temporary, emergency basis only. The only real solution to correct ploy defects is to have the home completely repiped to eliminate the system totally.
Galvanized Steel Pipe Replacement
Galvanized iron pipes are those that have a galvanized coating applied to them. However, there is a problem with galvanized pipe: Even though it’s coated, it’s still a steel pipe with water running through it. What happens to a shovel or steel wrench that is left outside during a rain storm? We all know the answer: It rusts. The same thing is going to happen to the steel pipe. Eventually, the steel pipe is going to deteriorate due to rust, and leaks will occur.
Repairs to galvanized pipes can be done, but it’s not uncommon for additional problems to creep up. In the long run, repiping the system may be your best solution. If that’s the case, then our professionals are the right team for this job!
- 1-year Arizona state contractor warranty
- Additional warranties depend upon the job
- More than 110 years of combined experience
- Most services are completed the same day – or the next day if required.
- We will pull all necessary permits that might be required for the job.