Repiping in Orlando 


At Ace Solves It All, our commitment to exceptional plumbing services extends to offering a comprehensive range of repiping solutions. With nearly 30 years of dedicated service, we’ve established a legacy of excellence and professionalism in our field. As a family-owned business, we hold our customers in the highest regard, treating them as an extension of our own family. We recognize the crucial role that well-functioning piping plays in ensuring the smooth operation of your home’s water supply and appliances. Your comfort and peace of mind depend on having pipes that are not only installed correctly but are also maintained in optimal condition to guarantee a consistent, reliable flow of water.

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Older homes usually depend on copper or clay pipes to provide water to their faucets. Copper pipes do have an impressive lifespan, though they still require regular attention to keep them working right.

Newer homes often use plastic pipes for their water. Several versions of these pipes are available for residential buildings and may be used when repiping:

  • PB (polybutylene) pipes are flexible, low-cost pipes that ceased to be produced in the mid-1990s because the pipes tend to rupture.
  • PVC (polyvinyl-chloride) pipes are rigid and usually used only outdoors as they cannot support the high temperatures of indoor water.
  • CPVC (chlorinated polyvinyl-chloride) pipes are also rigid, but sturdier than PVC.
  • PEX (cross-linked polyethylene) pipes impressively resist fracturing and are popular in homes that frequently freeze.

Signs You Have Leaking or Burst Pipes 

Dropping water pressure or abnormally high water bills might signal a leaking or burst pipe or other problems. We can repair the problem before a small leak becomes a major flood.

Most of your pipes are likely out of sight, out of mind. With the exception of the pipes under your sink, you might not know you have a problem with your pipes until the ceiling begins to sag or the floor dips over the leaky pipe. 

If your home is ready for new pipes, call (407) 499-8006 to learn more about our repiping services.

How Long Do Copper Pipes Last in Florida? 

Copper pipes have long been a popular choice for plumbing in Florida due to their durability and resistance to corrosion. They can withstand the state’s humid climate and often salty coastal areas, making them well-suited for plumbing systems. However, the lifespan of copper pipes can vary depending on several factors, including maintenance, water quality, and environmental conditions.

On average, copper pipes in Florida can last anywhere from 20 to 50 years. Their longevity is influenced by the absence of corrosive elements in the water, proper installation, and regular maintenance. In regions like Florida, where the water quality is relatively good, copper pipes can often reach the upper end of that lifespan range.

To ensure the extended lifespan of your copper pipes, it’s essential to stay vigilant. Regular inspections by a professional plumber can help detect any signs of corrosion or damage early on, allowing for timely repairs or replacements. By taking a proactive approach to your plumbing system’s health, you can enjoy the benefits of long-lasting copper pipes in your Florida home. 

For assistance diagnosing all pipe problems or repiping your home, or for help with any repairs, replacements, or installations, reach out to our team. Call us at (407) 499-8006.

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