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Whole House Repiping in Ventura County

Repipe Specialists in Ventura County – Best Plumbing Solutions

Reliable and Cost Effective Whole-House Repiping Services

When it’s time for your home or building’s pipes to be completely replaced, look no further than your local professionals at Gallegos Plumbing. For over 20 years, we’ve worked as a family-owned and operated contractor for residential and commercial plumbing throughout Ventura County. In addition to whole-house repiping, our team of certified and insured technicians offers a full spectrum of plumbing services.

Are you a local homeowner or property manager in need of whole-house repiping? The Gallegos Plumbing team has years of experience in re-piping throughout Ventura County and nearby areas including:

At Gallegos Plumbing, our valued clients are our neighbors. That’s why we offer the best plumbing solutions at the best prices in the (805) 750-1830!

Reputable Repiping At Your Service

Whole-house repiping is a major plumbing job, and when you call Gallegos Plumbing, you can rest assured that you’re in good hands. We treat every home and building plumbing system as if it’s our own and offer financing options for affordable and manageable solutions that accommodate households, property owners, and local businesses.

Also, keep in mind that while repiping your water system, our team of plumbing professionals will apply throws and plastic wrap to keep dust to an absolute minimum. Depending on the size of your home, the Gallegos Plumbing team can complete any whole-house repiping project within 1 to days, which limits the inconvenience of your home or building going without water for an extended period of time.

In old homes especially, your pipes may be approaching the end of their life cycle. If you’re unsure about how old your pipes are or what kind of pipes were originally installed in your plumbing system, a thorough inspection from a local plumbing professional will be able to provide more answers. Original plumbing systems in older homes were made with copper or galvanized steel pipes. However, copper naturally thins out over time, which causes pinhole leaks in plumbing systems. Alternatively, galvanized steel corrodes over the years, leading to low water pressure throughout your fixtures and appliances.

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» Whole-House Repiping History

Unfortunately, no plumbing system lasts forever. Homeowners and property owners will face a variety of reasons for repiping or replacing their pipes. More often than not, as pipes age, they are prone to causing low water pressure, rusty colored water, and/or leaky pipes.

Additionally, if your home or building is located in a hard-water area, lime and other mineral deposits can cause flow problems like slow warming of water to hot or inconsistent water temperatures–which also affect the quality of your pipes over time.

Some older houses have lead pipes, which don’t corrode as easily but create health risks for residents and occupants.

In the late 1940s and early 1950s, polybutylene was a typical substance used to pipe newly built homes. While polybutylene appeared to a better, cheaper alternative to copper and other expensive piping materials, it actually degenerates faster and is prone to negative reactions with chlorine and other substances found in the water supply that cause pieces of the pipe to flake off or even wash away.

» When Is Repiping Necessary?

Don’t just wait for noticeable leaks before considering repiping your home or building. There are numerous signs that indicate your pipes ought to be replaced sooner rather than later, including but not limited to:

  • Flakes of dark material in your water
  • Odd flavors in drinking/tap water
  • Dramatic decrease in water pressure

In an effort to DIY test their pipes, many homeowners and property managers are led to believe that the “Squeeze Test” is a surefire way to determine if your home or building requires repiping. The Squeeze Test entails compressing a pipe in your hand or between your fingers to look for leaks in the joint when the pipe gives a little. However, pipes with leaky joints have passed the point of no return and threaten the integrity of your structure. That’s why it’s important to contact your local professionals even with seemingly small plumbing issues–they could be hinting at larger underlying problems with your pipes.

Leave the repiping to the professionals at Gallegos Plumbing!

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Choose Your Repiping Material!

When our team arrives on site to repipe your whole house, we offer a variety of materials for new pipes that lead to a more durable and long-lasting plumbing system overall. These days, new pipes made from modern synthetic plastic including PVC and PEX are used for whole-house repiping–in addition to the well-known and traditional copper piping. At Gallegos Plumbing, our certified and experienced plumbing professionals help you decide on the most cost-effective piping material as a long-term solution for your house or building.

High-Quality Materials For Our Valued Clients

When it comes to plumbing and whole-house repiping we don’t just believe in high-quality service–we match our plumbing skills with high-quality materials for a plumbing system that’s built to last! Here is some more detailed information about the repiping options we recommend for homeowners, business owners, and property managers throughout Ventura County

» PEX (Cross-Linked Polyethylene)

These types of pipes are engineered from a durable, flexible, high-density plastic that has quickly become a favorite for whole-house repiping. This is because PEX plumbing systems require fewer fittings and less labor to install, making them more affordable for households and businesses on a budget. It’s important to keep in mind that quality varies widely with PEX pipes..

That’s why Gallegos Plumbing only uses the Uponor PEX system–the highest quality PEX product on the market in terms of quality, safety and reliability. Uponor PEX products aren’t manufactured with any torches, glues, chemicals, or solvents and can be installed without using a single lead component. This means you get a high-quality, cost-effective PEX repipe that is guaranteed for life while ensuring a 100% pristine water supply.

» Original Copper Pipes

If your home or building is experiencing low water pressure, frequent leaks, or rusty/poor tasting water, it may be time to replace the pipes in your entire plumbing system with copper ones. If your home was built more than fifteen years ago, you are likely to have corroded galvanized pipes, which will only continue to deteriorate and cause low pressure or leaks.

Gallegos Plumbing offers high-quality copper pipe replacements on any whole-house repiping projects. These copper pipes are installed by our highly-trained plumbing professionals who have years of repiping experience to ensure your new water system runs at peak performance for long-term use. For decades, copper has remained the preferred material for plumbing systems. To ensure the utmost in quality, Gallegos Plumbing only uses American-made copper pipes that are manufactured according to the highest in precision and standards.

Repiping FAQ Answered For You

Whole-house repiping is a major endeavor for any home or building. The Gallegos Plumbing team understands that any Ventura County property owner will encounter questions at any stage of the repiping process. From the get-go, we strive to be transparent with our valued clients. Here are some of the most common questions we receive related to large-scope pipe replacement.

» Why is my water leaving brown stains in my sinks and tubs?

When this happens, it is highly probable that you have galvanized pipes. As galvanized steel ages and erodes, its zinc linings can contaminate your water supply–requiring immediate attention and replacement to ensure safety.

» How do I know if I need whole-house repiping services?

At Gallegos Plumbing system, our plumbing professionals use a three-camera set-up to inspect your entire plumbing system–from supply pipes to drainage systems. We search your pipes and sewer lines for signs of weakness, extreme wear and tear, and erosion.

» What can I expect during a whole-house repiping project?

Our plumbing professionals set out to remove your old, faulty pipes, while taking special precautions to protect your home from any unnecessary demolition. Next, Gallegos Plumbing will install your new and improved pipes as quickly as possible, avoiding any major disruptions to everyday living and routines. Afterwards, our plumbing technicians perform a final inspection to ensure precision and quality of work.

» What is the average cost of whole-house repiping?

The overall cost of a whole-house repiping project mainly depends on the size of your home or building and the complexity of the issues your plumbing system is facing. At Gallegos Plumbing, we always aim for the most cost-effective plumbing solutions for property owners and also offer refinancing options to meet all of our clients’ needs.

» How long does whole-house repiping typically take?

Depending on the size of your home or building along with the type of pipes already installed, whole-house repiping can take anywhere between 2 to 7 days to complete. For most residential plumbing in Ventura County, our technicians can complete these jobs in 1 to 2 days for your convenience.

» Does whole-house repiping add value to your property?

Since brand new pipes are leak-proof and tend to have a higher resistance to natural elements and temperature changes, they are definitely a worthwhile investment and asset to your property, increasing its value. That’s why Gallegos Plumbing offers special rates for all of our local Realtors!

Do you have any additional questions about our whole-house repiping services? For any inquiries or to schedule a detailed inspection with one of our plumbing technicians, contact us directly by calling 805.750.1830.

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