Piping & Repiping Services
Common piping problems include low water pressure, rust colored water, leaky pipes, or uncomfortable showers due to a change in temperature when another faucet is used, or toilet is flushed. Leak detection and repiping services from All In 1 Plumbing in Bellflower, California, fixes these problems promptly, saving you money and eliminating any worries.
Our Repiping Services
Having your system repiped allows you to use all your faucets and fixtures at the same time, such as taking a comfortable shower, washing dishes, and washing laundry without problems. Repiping returns water pressure throughout your home improves the delivery of hot water and saves you hard-earned money by eliminating an inefficient system. Most importantly, repiping gives you quality plumbing and the peace of mind that you won’t have to worry about future problems. All repiping in type L copper with a lifetime warranty. All interior/exterior patching included.
Copper Repiping Copper is the preferred material for plumbing systems. It is a tried and true metal that guarantees the most durability and the safest usability. We at All in 1 Plumbing have been servicing copper pipes for years and only use the best copper available. If you have lived in your home for anywhere from 5 to 10 years, call us today to inspect your pipes, low-grade copper could degrade in those times, and we can help you refinance your home with our pipe inspections!
Pex Repiping The most durable plastic and the best alternative to copper on the market. Pex Repiping services are becoming the most sought after service for anyone in the plumbing industry. The highly flexible requires fewer fittings and less labor to use as opposed to copper. If you are ready to upgrade your compatibility from copper to pex, call us today!
Tubing With traditional sewer repair, pipes need to be dug up to be fixed. This leaves an unsightly mess on your property. Trenchless pipe repair is a faster, landscape-friendly option to consider, especially if your sewer line runs beneath landscaping, trees, sidewalks, driveways or anything else you’d rather not ruin and then replace.