Residential Repiping

Home Repipe is the best way to protect your property from further damage.
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Why do I care about the type of piping in my property?

Polybutylene

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Polybutylene piping was used primarily in the 1970’s to the mid-1990’s as are cheap alternative to copper pipes. It has not stood the test of time and has proven to leak, break, and cause major damage to property. In many municipalities you are not able to sell a property that contains Polybutylene – IT WILL FAIL!

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Galvanized Steel

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Galvanized pipes are no longer used in construction due to lead contaminating the water. Properties built prior to the 1980’s have a high chance of having galvanized pipes. Galvanized pipes corrode, reduce water pressure and can cause discoloration of water. It is very important to get your property repiped if you do have galvanized pipes to ensure safe water.

Copper

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Copper pipes have proven reliability since the adoption of use around the 1960's. Depending on the wall thickness, they tend to have a fairly long life span. Older copper pipes could have been joined together with lead based solder and are causing pin-hole leaks and failing at an unprecedented rate.  Now is the time to repipe your property using Delta’s proven cost effective solution. 

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KITEC

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IT ALWAYS FAILS. Dezincification of the Kitec® brass fittings is imminent and unfortunately it’s a matter of time for Kitec plumbing system to fail.  The combination between Kitec® plumbing and brass fittings is proven to make KITEC piping fail. Dezincified Kitec® Fittings impair the ability of a home’s plumbing system to effectively provide water to appliances and fixtures, due to constriction of original pipe volume. Dezincified Kitec® Fittings have the tendency to burst and leak profusely usually causing severe water damages in a very short time. A faulty Kitec® water system cannot be repaired and it has to be replaced

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