J L Plumbing
repipe

There are many factors to consider before trying to repair or install new lines. It is recommended to call a professional Licensed Contractor to make any repairs.

Gas: Whether you are adding a BBQ line or a Fire Place, or in need of a repipe there are many factors to take into consideration. Inlet pressure, total BTU draw, and length of pipe are just some of the things to consider. Call a professional to insure that the pipe is sized correctly. This is critical, if your fixtures are not getting enough gas they may not operate efficiently. Don’t let someone connect a gas dryer directly to the gas for your water heater, chances are there are insufficient BTU’s for this connection. These connections may be illegal. Call a professional Licensed, Bonded, and Insured Plumbing Contractor.

Water: Whether you need a leak fixed, adding extra fixtures, or a complete repipe, there are many factors to take into consideration. Inlet pressure, Fixture unit demand, and length of pipe are just some of the things to consider. Call a professional to insure that the pipe is sized correctly. This is critical, if you are not sized properly you may not get the proper water pressure to properly operate you fixture. Be sure to check that your Plumber is a Licensed, Bonded, and Insured Contractor.

Sewer: Whether you need a leak fixed, need a line replaced, or are doing an addition there are many factors to take into consideration. Proper sizing of your waste and venting system will ensure proper drainage of the fixture. All sewer connections should be properly vented to ensure proper drainage. If there is a repipe needed, sometimes eliminating the existing drain line and running a new drain line to your existing main sewer line can reduce repairs and save money. Be sure to check that your Plumber is a Licensed, Bonded, and Insured Contractor. Permits are required for most of these repairs. Even though these are an extra cost, whit a permit comes a Building Inspector. Just another step in ensuring that the job is done correctly. Always use a Licensed, Bonded, and Insured Plumbing Contractor.