As a homeowner, have you ever put much thought into your home’s pipes? Most people don’t until something goes wrong. However, pipe repairs and replacements can be a huge expense if you wait too long to address the issues. In this blog, Precision Plumbing, Heating & Air will discuss a few different signs that indicate your pipes need to be replaced. If you’re experiencing any of the below signs, it’s time to call the professionals.
Decreased Water Pressure
Decreased water pressure is one of the first signs that your pipes are starting to fail. If you notice a decrease in water pressure, it’s best to check your water heater first to ensure there’s nothing wrong with it. If you know it’s not your water heater causing the decrease in water pressure, it's time to give us a call at (803) 310-6262.
Discolored water is another sign that your pipes need to be replaced. If you notice your water is starting to look yellow, brown, or red, it might mean that there is rust inside of pipes that is contaminating your home’s water supply. You definitely don’t want to be drinking or bathing in discolored water, so make sure you contact Precision Plumbing, Heating & Air as soon as you notice this problem.
Visible damage to your pipes is another clear sign that your pipes are outdated and need to be replaced. If you see any cracks, leaks, rust, or other damage, don't hesitate to contact our team.
Clogged drains are another common problem with aging pipes. If you’re dealing with clogged drains that can’t be fixed with a household plunger, let us know!
Last but not least, leaks are one of the most common and damaging problems associated with aging pipes. If you notice any leaks, no matter how small, it's time to call a plumber and have your pipes replaced. Not only can leaks cause your water bill to skyrocket, but they can also cause further water damage to your home which can be another costly repair.
Don't wait until it's too late to replace your aging pipes! If you're experiencing any of the above signs, call us today at (803) 310-6262 or fill out our online contact form to schedule an appointment. With proper maintenance and care, you can prolong the life of your current pipes and avoid costly repairs down the road.