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Pipe Upgrades, Replacement, and Relining
The older your home’s pipes are, the more maintenance and repairs they may need. Whether you’ve lived in the same home all your life or you’ve just purchased a charming older bungalow, it’s critical that your pipes function properly. Older or weakened pipes are prone to leaks, clogging, or even completely breaking.
Before broken pipes break your banking account, chose pipe upgrade, replacement, and relining services from Hiller. Our trained professionals can inspect your pipes for signs of corrosion, leaks, and other issues, and offer reliable solutions.
Learn more about our pipe upgrade, replacement, and relining services below, or contact Happy Hiller today!
Leaks will occur when there is a crack in the pipe. Visible water and moisture marks on the wall tell you that piping behind the wall has begun to leak. Other signs of leak-related issues include water meter changes, musty smells, spongy floors, or cracks and damage to your foundation. Common areas prone to leaking include:
- Washing machine hoses
- Water heater
- Faucets and toilets
- Hose bib
Unfortunately, many leaks occur behind walls or beneath your floorboards, which means you may not realize you have one until it’s too late. To prevent leak problems before they happen, bring in Hiller’s plumbing professionals.
We’ll inspect for signs of a potential or current leak, such as corroded connections, and ensure your home is safe. When you schedule an inspection with Hiller, we can offer recommendations on how you can take care of your pipes in several ways, including:
- How to improve your water pressure
- How you can prevent pipe leaks and discolored water
- Whether you need to replace corroded, galvanized piping
If we discover during our inspection that you have corroded pipes, ask your plumbing professional about your options to update piping. Give our team a call today.
Pipe Relining Services
Pipe relining is a form of pipe repair and a more cost-effective alternative to replacing your pipes, sewer lines, and water lines. When you need a new liner for your pipes, choose Hiller. Our relining services require very little digging or intrusion.
First, our expert plumbers will clean the pipes that are to be relined.
We use a video scan to make sure all debris or clogs are removed before we begin the installation.
Once the pipes are clean, we’ll insert a fabric tube treated with durable lining materials into the pipe to cover the entire length of the damaged pipe. We then inflate the tube while the lining materials dry and harden. The end result is a smooth, durable lining that can withstand structural and external stress.
Is pipe relining worth it?
Relining your pipes can save you countless headaches in the future. The smooth inner walls increase the efficiency of your plumbing system, helping prevent clogs and backups.
Concerned that a pipe liner may restrict water flow? Don’t worry! The addition of the pipe liner will not affect the pipe’s performance. In fact, pipe liners are often referred to as a “pipe within a pipe,” because of their durability and seamless inner coating.
Hiller Offers Digging-Free Relining and Replacement Technology
Many pipes and sewer lines are made of cast iron—especially in older homes. Cast iron plumbing can corrode over time, causing constant leaks and repair needs. Tree root intrusion is an underground menace, and a common cause of sewer or water line damage.
In the event that a tree root has breached your sewer or water line, you may need to relocate the line; otherwise, your Hiller plumbing professionals can reline or replace the pipe without digging a trench.
Choose Hiller for Your Pipe Upgrade, Replacement, and Relining Needs
Prevent older pipes from causing a mess in your home with Hiller. As a licensed and insured plumbing service, we offer reliable pipe upgrade, relining, and replacement solutions for your peace of mind in Tennessee, northern Kentucky, or northern Alabama.
Take your first step toward preventing plumbing issues in your home. Contact Happy Hiller for a quote today!