Considering a repipe? ePIPE gives you longer-lasting pipe repair for less
Pinhole leaks. They’re the leading reason for repiping. Repiping seems to make perfect sense: Replace leaky pipes with new ones. It’s not that easy. Traditional repiping is a messy, inconvenient process. Holes get cut in walls throughout your home. And, when it’s done, there’s the patching, painting, and clean up. TDT Plumbing gives you better choices: ePipe Restoration and PEX Repiping.
Consider these three ePipe advantages
There’s almost no need to cut holes in your walls, floors and ceilings. ePIPE restores and repairs your pipes from the inside, within your walls. TDT Plumbing technicians instead access your pipes using taps you already have. The ePIPE process removes the built-up corrosion, and scale inside the pipe, and then a protective barrier coating is applied to the inside of your existing pipes, restoring them to better-than-new condition.
A typical ePIPE project restores and repairs a typical home’s supply plumbing in about two days; compare that to the ten days or more it takes to repipe, patch walls, texture and paint. TDT Plumbing technicians arrive and get right to work. You don’t even need to leave your home during the process.
In-place pipe restoration from TDT Plumbing gives you better than new pipes. That’s because ePIPE coats your pipes with a durable, long-lasting epoxy coating that that protects the pipes from getting new pinhole leaks and / or corrosion. ePIPE from TDT Plumbing also prevents lead or copper leaching into your water—as well as preventing future corrosion from increasingly aggressive water.
See how in addition to eliminating pinhole leaks in homes like yours, TDT pipe restoration teams repair plumbing in commercial and multifamily facilities, high-rise buildings and even off-shore oil platorms. This depth of experience means TDT Plumbing is your safe choice for restoring pipes to better than new condition.
PEX Repiping from TDT Plumbing
In addition to ePipe Restoration, TDT Plumbing specializes in repiping using Uponor’s PEX. PEX, also known as cross-linked polyethylene, is an increasingly popular repiping material because of its flexibility and durability. TDT Plumbing repiping specialists offer PEX Repiping as one of our options for restoring your home or business’s plumbing to like-new condition. Learn more about PEX Repiping from TDT Plumbing.
Relief from corroded and leaking pipes starts here
Call (713) 697-2088 now. Or, fill this out and a TDT Plumbing pipe restoration expert will follow up to learn more about your issue and schedule an evaluation.