Repiping Plumbers in Vancouver, WA, and Portland, OR

Old homes have character. They have history. That’s why we love them. Until that character bites us in the form of pipes that leak, clog frequently, or (the real nightmare) burst. Trust our repiping plumbers in Vancouver, WA, and Portland, OR, to address the problem accurately.

Pipes have a service life, and if your house is in one of the many wonderful older neighborhoods in Portland or Vancouver, your pipes have likely outlived theirs. If you’re reading this, you’re probably already worried your pipes may have aged to the point of needing replacement and chances are you’re right.

Signs Your Pipes May Need Replacing

Plumbing tools and materialsYour Water Bill Is Creeping Up – Small leaks cause your water bill to steadily rise. Many homeowners don’t realize they are paying an inflated water bill each month due to small leaks that slowly drive up their water usage. Maybe your teenager’s marathon-length showers aren’t fully to blame for your financial duress.

Discolored Water – Brown, yellow, or hazy water is usually the result of rust inside your pipes. This is a significant health risk. Don’t get in the habit of letting it run off until the water turns clear. Address this problem right away.

Frequent Clogs – If you swear your pipes clog more than others, you’re probably right. Rust in outbound plumbing can lead to frequent clogs and slow drainage.

Your Water Doesn’t Pass the Lead Test – Pipes in older homes (early 1900s) sometimes contained lead. Get your water tested for lead content and if there are any traces of lead you need to replace your pipes immediately.

Oddly Healthy Portion of Lawn – This may not be a miracle; it may be a sign that leaky pipes are doing a really fine job keeping that part of the lawn extra luscious.

Low Water Pressure – Leaks or rust blockage can result in reduced water pressure and an unsatisfying shower experience.

Visible Corrosion – All corrosion should be investigated by a professional. If you can see that there’s a problem, then there’s a problem.

The Age of Your Pipes – Pipes from the early 1900s – 1960s were designed to last between 70 and 100 years. Pipes commonly used from the 1970s – early 2000s are less prone to rust and corrosion but more susceptible to breakage.

You Just Sort of Feel It May Be Necessary – Sometimes it’s smart to trust your gut. This is especially true when you’re dealing with something that has an impact on your family or employees’ health and may prevent significant damage and expense down the line.

Plumbing Repipe and Replacement

Replacing pipes in your home or business is one of the easiest things to worry about needing and one of the hardest things to decide to act on. We understand, it seems like such a massive undertaking and many people fear taking that leap. Don’t let worry or hesitation lead to avoidance of a problem that may eventually result in significant damage. Trust All County Plumbing LLC to make our home plumbing repipe services easy and understandable.

Our Approach to Repiping

Plumber welded plastic pipesBegin with an Inspection – As with everything we do, the first step is always a complete inspection and thorough diagnosis of your plumbing situation, including the use of pipeline cameras and video inspection. We never do any repairs until we fully understand the situation and determine exactly what needs to be done.

Consultation – There are a lot of options when it comes to repiping your property, from the type of piping used to the method of replacement. We discuss all these options with you, give our professional opinion on what represents the most economical and intelligent approach, and together build a plan of action for your project. You may be surprised at the options modern plumbing has at its disposal for pipe replacement.

Full or Partial Replacement – We get to work! Whatever the plan, you can rest assured our plumbers perform the job as efficiently as possible using the least invasive methods available in respect to your building and property.

Advice for the Future – Every plumbing situation is unique. We’ll make sure before we’re done that you fully understand yours and are confidently armed with knowledge for the future.

Contact us or call us at (360)-883-2506 to get a consultation and free estimate! We proudly serve clients throughout Vancouver, WA, Portland, OR, and the surrounding areas.