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FREE Water Heater with a Full House Repipe ($1200-1500 value) + 12-Month No Interest Financing

All Affordable Plumbing offers flexible financing options that make a full-house repipe easy and affordable. From zero to low interest, we work with homeowners to give them the flexibility and solutions to protect their homes and families from damaging plumbing pipe issues.

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Copper Piping

Copper repiping offers a comprehensive solution to address the problems posed by old pipes. By choosing copper, you benefit from its exceptional durability and resistance to corrosion. With copper pipes in place, you can enjoy improved water flow and better water quality, enhancing the overall performance of your plumbing system. Copper repiping not only ensures the reliability of your home's water supply but also adds value to your property and provides peace of mind for homeowners.

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PEX Repipe

Cross-linked polyethylene tubing (PEX) finds extensive applications across a diverse range of uses. Its versatility is evident in residential, commercial, and industrial plumbing systems.

In residential plumbing, PEX is predominantly employed for both hot and cold potable water, as well as in hydronic heating systems. It stands out as the preferred plumbing material for repipes and remodels, gaining popularity in new construction projects as a substitute for traditional materials.

PEX installation requires no solvents, glues, or chemicals, and it is entirely lead-free. Furthermore, it adheres to all national and state standards for drinking water quality.

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Drain Repipe

Clogged Drain- A plumber will usually make a quick buck by recommending to rodd the clogged drain in an attempt to clear it. Clearing it is never guaranteed but you pay either way. What is guaranteed is that while rodding, this cable will inevitably weaken the side wall of your pipes and cause a premature leak later on. Rodding can not reach all pipes, Rodding is expensive, Rodding will cause leaks and more repairs. Is Rodding the best idea ? very seldom.

A plumber will usually recommend just replacing the leaking portion of the pipe which is easiest. It is expensive, it ignores the simple truth that the next 6 inches of pipe is in the same age and condition. It also carries no warranty.

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