Whole House Repiping
in Chandler, Arizona
Experiencing persistent plumbing issues or have an aging piping system, consider our expert Whole House Repiping services to ensure the long-term efficiency of your home's plumbing.
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Whole House Repiping in Chandler
Don't let plumbing issues compromise the comfort and safety of your home. Contact Option One Plumbing today for reliable and professional whole house repiping services in Chandler, Arizona. Our team is ready to address your plumbing needs and provide you with lasting solutions.
Our Entire Home Repiping Process
1. Initial Assessment:
Our skilled technicians will conduct a thorough inspection of your plumbing system to assess the extent of the damage and determine if whole house repiping is necessary.
2. Customized Solutions:
Based on the assessment, we'll provide you with a detailed plan tailored to your specific needs. Our team will explain the options, answer any questions, and work with you to find the most cost-effective and efficient solution.
3. Professional Installation:
Our experienced plumbers use the latest tools and techniques to ensure a seamless and efficient whole house repiping process. We prioritize quality workmanship and adhere to industry standards to guarantee the longevity of your new plumbing system.
4. Testing and Quality Assurance:
After installation, we conduct rigorous testing to ensure that your new piping system meets our high standards. We prioritize your satisfaction and won't consider the job complete until everything is working flawlessly.
DID YOU KNOW?
Most home insurance policies cover water damage but not plumbing
Types of pipes used in Chandler for Whole House Repiping
Copper is usually the go to option for a home repipe due to its durability, superior thermal conductivity, and has been used by plumbers for decades. Copper fittings are leak proof and copper is 100% recyclable and eco-friendly. Because copper is impermeable, it is excellent for outdoor use. Copper is also biostatic, meaning bacteria, yeasts, and viruses are rapidly killed on metallic copper surfaces.
Crosslinked polyethylene or PEX is being frequently used in repiping recently. It is a flexible material that is much cheaper than copper. PEX uses less fittings, does not corrode, and resists freezing. It is much easier and faster to install and is ideal for areas too small for copper. Because PEX expands and contracts, it is not suitable for outdoor use and can be damaged by wildlife.
Why Safe Is My Home's Water Supply?
Understanding the water safety regulations.
WHAT CLIENTS SAY?
KIND WORDS FROM OUR LOYAL CLIENTS
"Man I’d give 6 stars if I could. Where to begin! At first their quote was a little steep understandably as my leak fix was tricky. I was between them and someone else but their office staff called me worked out a deal I couldn’t refuse. Fernando took his time and was as professional and accurate as they come. He even let me watch the process and answered any questions I had. They are lucky to have Fernando, I’ll definitely be coming back because of him when I have another plumbing problem!"
"We had an issue with tenants that were complaining that water was backing up into the shower consistently, we called Option 1 and they were there that day, had all of the tech to diagnose the issue and had the problem fixed that same day. They were professional, fast and reasonable with the price. They’re plugged in the phone as the only plumber I’d call!"
"Sam is professional and he has tons of knowledge. He was able to fix my tub drain within 15 minutes. Great price. Definitely recommend!"
If you are not 100% satisfied with your experience or service, we will make it right.
The safety of our team members and our clients is valued above all. We are committed to keeping your family and home safe
We guarantee our work area will be clean or we'll hire a professional cleaning company to do it for us.