When was the last time you thought about the type of pipes your home’s plumbing system uses? Unless you’re having a problem with your pipes, it’s likely that it wasn’t any time in the recent past. However, there are various reasons as to why you may need to repipe your home, and we covered those reasons in our previous post. If you’ve discovered that your home does, in fact, need to be repiped, we’d like to go over the options that you have for the type of material you can choose for your home’s plumbing pipes. When your home needs to be repiped, you can count on the professionals here at Complete Plumbing & Rooter to help with your plumbing service needs in Chino.

Copper Pipes Compared To PEX Pipes

The two materials you’ll need to choose between when it’s time to repipe your home will be either copper or PEX. Copper has become a popular choice from plumbing pipes due to its resistance to corrosion, and the fact that bacteria has a difficult time growing inside of copper. However, copper is more expensive than PEX pipes, and copper pipes are more prone to freezing, which can lead to your pipes bursting. PEX pipes, on the other hand, are more flexible, are easier to install, and are more likely to resist things like chlorine and scale deposits. PEX pipes are also less likely to lose heat as copper pipes do, which makes them better for efficiency. PEX pipes also don’t require the sweating that copper does in order to connect the pipes, which also makes PEX pipes a less toxic option. PEX pipes began to be used in the 1980s for radiant heat options in flooring, however, they’re now becoming a more common option for repiping.

Choosing PEX Pipes From Complete Plumbing & Rooter

Here at Complete Plumbing & Rooter, we offer PEX pipes for all of our repiping jobs. PEX pipes are an eco-friendly option, and they also come with a lifetime warranty. So you’ll never have to worry about the repair of your plumbing pipes again. We know that repiping your home’s plumbing can seem like a big undertaking, and we want to ensure that you get the best product and service available when you know it’s time for your plumbing to be repiped. Because repiping can be a big job, if you’re planning to remodel areas in your home, especially the bathroom, during the construction of a remodel is a good time to repipe your home’s plumbing. If you’d like to learn more about the bathroom remodels we offer, please explore our remodeling services.

Whatever plumbing services you’re in need of in Chino, our plumbers here at Complete Plumbing & Rooter can help. If you have questions or would like to learn more about the PEX pipes we offer, please don’t hesitate to call us today. We would be happy to discuss more of our repiping process with you. If you know your home’s plumbing needs to be repiped, don’t wait. Schedule an appointment today.