Replacing Leaky Copper Pipes

Copper repipe is a replacement of the faulty copper water systems in your home with either Flowguard Gold CPVC or Uponor PEX "a" pipes. Although copper pipes have been one of the more commonly used piping materials for domestic water service and distribution in homes, it is not immune to problems typical of copper pipes, especially pinhole leaks. Customers living in and around the Cobb County and receiving water from lake Allatoona are reporting a lot of pinhole leaks with their copper pipes. Nearly 80% of the copper pipe plumbing problems including pinhole leaks, involve homes built prior to 1990 Pinholes leaks may go undetected in walls for months, providing an ideal environment for the growth of mildew or mold. The pinhole leaks problem with copper pipes is very complex and involves many potential theories. Research indicates that numerous factors involved in copper pipe pinhole leaks including: manufacturing, copper pipes thickness, installation, corrosiveness of water and many other factors.

Sure Signs of a Problem with Copper pipes:

Pinhole Leaks in Copper Pipes
Moist/damp spots in your drywall and floor
Reduced water pressure and flow
Rusty or discolored water

If you are experiencing any of the above symptoms or simply want us to check for pinholes leaks in your copper pipes, contact Nick-Plumbing Inc. at 404-604-4619. Take us up for a free quote to take advantage of our special offer.