Should You Replace Water Pipes During A Renovation? | HMS Plumbing
Buying a house may require constant maintenance that can be an unexpected cost. The pipes in our home are like the veins in our bodies, and if they need fixing, they need fixing. Continue reading to know the signs that you should replace your pipes.
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Should you Replace Water Pipes During a Renovation?

Renovation And Pipe Replacements

Should you Replace Water Pipes During a Renovation?

We all want our dream home. However, buying a house can have unexpected costs. They require constant maintenance, and eventually major renovations are required. Let us explain whether or not you should replace or repair your water pipes during a renovation:

Home Renovation

In a home renovation, there are three tiers based on timeframe, budget, and difficulty.

Replace Pipes

The pipes in our home and leak if they’re old or faulty. They are like the veins in our bodies, and if they need fixing, they need fixing. The following are signs that you should replace your pipes.

– The water pressure is low
– You have water that smells or has a colour to it
– Your water bills have increased
– The pipes make a noise

During the renovation, make sure someone goes out to check that the pressure is at the right level. The renovation may call for a plumber who can fix or replace your pipes, but it will depend on how much money you have set aside for plumbing in the project if something were to go wrong or a leak discovered.

If you think you might have a leak, then call HMS Plumbing today at (703-583-8205)

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