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Repiping Benefits
Copper Repiping has a long history as the best repair and upgrade method for correcting the problems caused be old galvanized pipes. If your home has galvanized water, drain or gas pipes over 45 years old, then you are a prime candidate for a full repipe to restore the health and vitality of your water, drain and gas supply system.

The Major Reasons to Repipe your Home
  1. Your Health - Corrosive oxides and micro bacterial pollutants can be ingested and lead to serious health concerns.
  2. Water Quality - The presence of fungus and mineral impurities in the water.
  3. Home Value - Smelly or cloudy water with leakage, sewage leak or gas leak and rotten pipes seriously reduces the resale value of your home.
  4. Rotting Pipes - Water leakage will quickly destroy sub-floors and walls leading to expensive reconstruction of floors, walls, and even foundations.
  5. Corrosion - Reduces water flow by restricting water capacity in the pipes. It also introduces minerals and bacteria into the water supply, and slow kitchen or sink drains.
  6. Lower Cost  - Replacing old galvanized pipes with new copper pipes can significantly reduce home owner insurance premiums.
  7. 0% liability - Repiping gas lines reduces the risk of fire that saves your family lives as well as your neighbors.
Get The Best Plumber for Your Repipe
Mr. Drain ® Plumbing of Fremont offers competitive prices and senior discounts on our copper repiping, drain or gas pipe upgrades, so you can get the repipe you need with our iron clad 100% satisfaction guarantee.

When is Repipe needed?
A repipe may be required if you are experiencing any or all of the following:

  • Leaky pipes
  • Backing up drains
  • Slow drains
  • Gurgling toilets
  • Rotten egg smell
  • Leaking gas
  • Wet Foundations
  • Pipe corrosion
  • Low or dramatic drop in water pressure
  • Bad water odor or taste
  • Rusty Water (or brown water)
Why Mr. Drain ® over an ordinary plumber

When you are contemplating about the issue of having to repipe your house, condominium, apartment building or office, you should think about the type of business that can offer you the most knowledge, best prices and latest in plumbing technology. They should be in good standing with the Better Business Bureau, be licensed and bonded and able to provide references. Our experts are repipe experts, and finish the repipe projects quickly and competently as well as quote you the best possible prices. Most residences can be entirely repiped in just one day. An additional benefit of using a Mr. Drain ® Plumber will speed up the work and you will receive a life time warranty our experts can professionally repipe your home for about half the cost of a normal plumber or plumbing service provider, who doesn't specialize in repiping and typically charges twice as much for a repipe job then it should with the same excellent quality of the materials and craftsmanship.

Since every repipe job requires making some holes in your walls, ceilings, floors Mr. Drain ® plumbing have qualified, experienced technicians who are specially trained to proficiently patch the walls and provide you with a smooth, clean surface as well as stucco any exterior stucco surfaces while keeping your house neat and clean, protecting your floors and cleaning up at the end of every day.

Benefits of Copper Repiping
Benefits of Copper Repiping
In large or small diameters, for liquid or gas, for high- or low-pressure systems under a wide range of temperatures, you can depend on copper and reduce costs for any mechanical system.
Key benefits offered by copper tube include:


Standardize on copper for superior performance throughout the job. Copper is easy to work with and has excellent thermal conductivity, corrosion resistance and durability. It is available in two basic types (hard) and annealed (soft) tempers. Copper tubing is also available in a wide range of diameters.

Variety of Applications

In mechanical systems of all kinds, copper does more than ever before. Today, copper tube has proven superior for:
  • Underground water and gas services
  • Water distribution systems
  • Chilled water mains
  • Drainage and vent systems
  • Heating systems (including solar)
  • Fuel-oil systems
  • Oxygen systems
  • Non-flammable medical-gas systems
  • Copper is durable enough to embed in concrete

Wide Range of Sizes

Large diameter or small, there is a copper tube to fit every specification. Forced-circulation hot water heating systems use small and economical tube sizes with soldered joints and require less space for installation. In drainage systems, Type DWV tube has been used successfully for many years

Problem-Free Performance

It is good engineering practice to use one material for all components throughout a mechanical system. The more copper used in an installation, the more you can count on dependable performance. Copper is known for its reliability. It has been used for plumbing and mechanical systems since metals were first employed in these applications.

Long-Lasting and Maintenance-Free

Copper has stood the test of time to earn customer satisfaction and wide code acceptance. Copper, used for centuries, has gained new popularity in its modern form: light, strong, corrosion-resistant tube. Its long-lasting and maintenance-free characteristics make copper the leading choice for plumbing, heating, cooling and other mechanical systems. Copper never requires painting for protection from corrosion. Copper is safe, too. It will not burn or support combustion. So it will not carry fire through floors, walls and ceilings, and it will not decompose into toxic gases.

Corrosion Resistance

Copper's excellent corrosion resistance is an important reason for its being chosen in so many applications. Solar energy systems, for example, benefit from copper's resistance to both atmospheric and aqueous corrosion. For water distribution and fire sprinkler systems, copper tube's internal corrosion resistance results in superior flow capacity. When calculating flow capacities, other plumbing materials require additional allowances for corrosion, scaling, out-of-roundness and small internal diameter when compared size-to-size with copper.

High Thermal Conductivity

Copper conducts heat up to eight times better than other metals. In any application involving heat transfer from radiant heating to snow melting to direct exchange geothermal pump systems--copper's high thermal conductivity provides an advantage. Comparing copper, aluminum and steel, copper is by far the best conductor of heat.

Easy to Join and Install

Copper adds to system integrity while lowering installation costs. Copper's workability can cut installation time and reduce labor cost. Tubes and fittings are easily joined metallurgically by soldering or brazing. And copper is so ductile that it can be formed--frequently right on the job site--to fit most design configurations. Because of copper's formability, it is often possible to eliminate elbows and joints.

An Abundant Resource

The total of U.S. resources far exceeds the country's requirements. At present use rates, we still have reserves waiting to be mined that are plentiful enough to last thousands of years. In addition, there's another naturally occurring advantage that no other meter can match: ease of recycling. Almost half the copper used in the U.S. comes from recycled scrap, which can be used over and over again.

When It Comes to Quality, Copper Is the Answer

There are so many reasons why copper is the best choice for your plumbing system. But it's also the best choice for other things, like flashing and wiring.

What system in your house is the least likely to cause you any problems?

It's your plumbing system, but only if it's copper plumbing. Up until the mid-70s, virtually all hot and cold-water distribution plumbing was copper, much as the plumbing in the palaces of the Pharaohs had been 5,000 years ago. Homeowners with copper plumbing systems correctly believe their piping is the one thing they never have to think about. So, why is there an issue?

Know What You're Getting

For the last decade or two, plastic manufacturers have entered the home plumbing market, mainly because plastic can cost less–at least initially. Also, some builders are driven by competition to cut costs and accept inferior alternatives. It may take years of use to prove their lack of wisdom.

Take the Test

Take the 12-Point Plumbing Test below.

  • Does your plumbing material have a long-term proven performance record?
  • Is it impermeable; can it block contaminants from penetrating its walls?
  • Can the joints withstand rapid pressure and temperature changes?
  • Will it perform well in all weather; is it easily thawed, if necessary?
  • Does it resist punctures and abrasions and not embrittle with age?
  • Can it inhibit the breeding of harmful germs?
  • Will it not burn or give off smoke or toxic fumes when exposed to fire?
  • Will it withstand the weather and the sun's ultraviolet rays in outdoor applications?
  • Is it virtually maintenance-free; does it have a low lifetime cost of ownership?
  • Will it add to your home's resale value?
  • Does it have nationwide approval of building inspectors and engineers?
  • Does it have inherent quality and value, or is it false economy?

The Facts About Copper

It should come as no surprise that copper is the only plumbing material that can answer yes to all 12 questions. Copper is used in more than 85% of all U.S. homes. And for good reason—with its dependable lead-free solder connections, copper plumbing can outlast the life of your home. Copper systems require no maintenance. Joint fittings won't break down or pull apart. Copper meets or exceeds building codes in all 50 states. It's governed by strict, long-established standards.

For Your Health

Copper is impermeable and biostatic. Contaminants cannot penetrate it, and it actually inhibits the growth of harmful bacteria. Copper is a natural, environmentally friendly material-not a synthetic.

For Your Safety

Copper tube and fittings won't melt, burn or give off toxic fumes in a home fire. In houses tragically destroyed by fire, many times the only thing left intact is the copper plumbing. Copper is preferred for fire sprinkler systems. It maintains pressure when subjected to flames. It doesn't pipe-flame through walls or floors, a phenomenon that often causes fire to spread.

For Your Pocketbook

The cost for copper quality and reliability is surprisingly low. An all-copper plumbing system costs about the same as others made with less-reliable materials, especially when after-installation repairs are factored in. A copper plumbing system adds value to your home when it comes time to sell–just ask your local real estate agents.

Copper Is the Answer

Copper has proved itself in American homes for more than 70 years. Not only do the vast majority of homeowners and plumbers prefer copper, so do commercial building owners, builders and re-modelers, plumbing officials and suppliers, mortgage lenders and real estate agents.

Steps Involved in Copper or Pex Repipe
Copper repiping involves the following steps:

  • Survey the house and study any existing house plans to map out the current location of all pipes.
  • Identify which pipes are galvanized, soft copper, or otherwise need to be replaced.
  • Shut off water to a particular zone within the house. By installing shut-off valves, we can isolate different areas without depriving the entire house of water.
  • Open up walls to expose any buried pipes.
  • Remove and properly dispose of the old pipe.
  • Connect the correct size replacement hard copper piping. Several techniques for joining are available including soldering and crimping - the Mr. Drain ® professional will assess each installation on a case by case basis.
  • Pressure test the new pipe for water leaks.
  • Pressure test the entire system.
  • Close up and smoothly patch any walls that had been opened up.

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If you are getting high water bill, then the water you are using for sure you have a water leak somewhere in your house and a copper repipe is the only cost effective and affordable solution. If you have rusty water coming from your fixtures or you have a odor in water then you need to repipe your water lines with copper of pex. Maintaining the corroded water leaks will not fix the problem permanent. Give a call to Mr. Drain ® Plumbing of Fremont and our expert will show how you can save thousands of dollars by replacing or fixing the sewer water or gas lines by repipe repairs and other replacement processes. We are experts in copper repipes, pex repipes, galvanized to copper repipes.
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What is a Re-pipe?
Really, it's all there in the name.  You might have most likely heard the term re-pipe. For many of our customers, it is a mysterious, dreadful word that translates as something equivalent to a root canal. Maybe you or someone you know has had one done before. Maybe your tap water has a rusty brown color or slightly sulfur smell to it and you have heard a re-pipe can help. Or you may have noticed a slow kitchen, shower or tub drain due to grease and sludge built up. Never ignore gurgling toilet or sewage flooding ur bath room by over flowing the toilet, which means you may have broken drain or sewer some where at your home.
There are many chronic plumbing conditions that a re-pipe can be a permanent remedy to. Whatever your situation is, in this section we would like to dispel any anxiety or confusion about what a re-pipe is, what is involved in having one done and what value it might be to you.
Why Repiping or Rerouting?
Whether you're re-piping your entire home while renovating, or simply trying to fix a leak or stop current difficulties with your plumbing, Mr. Drain ® Plumbing of Palm Desert uses the most advanced installation technologies, and the highest quality pipes to get the job done in the quickest, best and least intrusive ways possible. Copper Re-piping has traditionally been a very inconvenient and costly project, since large trenches had to be dug alongside existing pipes in order to replace them effectively. This could be damaging enough when it's digging up the yard in your home, but what if pipes go underneath your driveway, or worse yet, under your parking lot in a commercial structure? Demolition and repaving projects can be extremely costly and take months to finish.
But Mr. Drain ® Plumbing of Palm Desert can identify problem areas with water leak inspections, water leak and line locators, and perform either trenchless pipe replacement by digging a few access holes and drilling new lines right through your existing pipes underground. It's sometimes also possible to simply re-line or reroute the existing pipes without destroying the old pipe at all with trenchless inliners.

Why do you need copper or pex repiping?

Why does your home have low water pressure? As galvanized pipes grow old, rust and decay build up within the pipe, constricting the flow of water. As less water is able to flow from your pipes, it becomes difficult to run multiple fixture at a time and ultimately impossible to run even a single faucet, much less a shower or dishwasher. At the same time that your water flow is decreased, the rust buildup inside the pipes mingles together with the water that you re utilizing to shower with, wash dishes with or drink. Not healthy or tasty, that's without a doubt. If you overlook your low water pressure trouble, the rust will eventually eat through your galvanized pipes and you will be facing total water pressure failure and enormous water damage and mold from leaky pipes. Copper repiping is the answer these issues. Call us today and let one of our plumbing managers give you a free in home estimate, and show you how we can re-pipe your home or building the right way, and for less money - guaranteed! Copper and PEX repiping is all we do. Homeowners often encounter slab leaks, discoloration of water, pinhole leaks in pipes, lowered water pressure or many other symptoms brought on by corroded galvanized pipes. If your home was built more than 20 years ago, it is most common to have been constructed using materials that are now known to corrode over time. This corrosion leads to rust and debris buildup in your pipes, deterioration and eventually an uncontrollable leak. Many times those problems can only be remedied with a plumbing repipe.

The Problem
Did you know that many older homes were plumbed using galvanized pipe? This was in the days when the long-term problems associated with galvanized pipe were yet unrealized. These problems consist mainly of rust buildup. If you have ever seen the inside of a rusted galvanized pipe, you know that it is not a pretty sight. The entire built-up slimy gunk constricts the flow of water, robbing you of the volume of water you expect from your plumbing system. Your fixtures and appliances will not perform properly if they do not receive an adequate flow of water.
Over time, rust buildup and pipe deterioration can result in you having to contend with dirty water that smells bad and is not drinkable. You might notice low water pressure in the shower, kitchen, laundry and perhaps scalding or freezing caused by buildup in the hot or cold water supply. You also may notice that your lawn sprinklers no longer cover the area they used to, and that running water in your sinks seem to have low pressure. Another symptom is when you experience a drastic change in your shower water temperature whenever a toilet is flushed. In the worst cases, your entire water supply may be choked off, leaving you high and dry.
Following are some of the conditions when you need a whole house copper or pex repipe. Old piping system
  • Can cause serious health risk
  • Can deliver smelly water
  • Can give low water pressure
  • Can deliver discolored water
  • Odor comes from tap
  • Can have change in water temperature when open multiple fixtures
  • Can have leaks in plumbing
  • Galvanized pipes can deteriorate quickly
  • Can deliver rusty water at all time
  • Can show decay symptoms
  • Can result in pipe splits
  • Can result in visible corrosion
  • Can give water hammer noises
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When you have all these decay symptoms than a new copper repipe is needed to restore your home's water system to its full capacity. A new copper repipe by Mr. Drain ® Plumbing of Palm Desert will bring your home back to its original health and function. When you need copper repiping Mr. Drain ® Plumbing of Palm Desert is your #1 choice for Plumbing professionals. We work with you to find the copper repipe solution that best fits your needs. We arrive on time, and get the job done right with no mess, and guarantee 100% customer satisfaction.
The Solution
Many older houses experience chronic plumbing problems because of deteriorating pipes that are rusted, corroded, have deteriorating joints or built up minerals restricting flow. Often with older homes the only solution is to replace the existing pipes. Being a homeowner you should understand a whole house repipe is a major undertaking is usually a completely unexpected and substantial expense. Take advantage of our research into the different solutions and types of pipes that can be installed. We would love to help you save some money.

As galvanized pipe corrodes, your house may develop hidden leaks in walls, attic or basement, even under the house. You can experience major costly damage before these leaks become apparent. That is why hard copper repiping makes sense for older houses that have galvanized or soft copper piping. Mr. Drain ® Plumbing of Palm Desert uses the highest quality hard copper pipes of the correct diameter and thickness for each component of a copper repiping job. This usually means Type L copper piping, which can vary in diameter from 3/8 inch to 3 inches, depending on the particular application. Our experts will size each portion of your repiping layout to ensure proper water flow to all parts of the house.

Mr. Drain ® Plumbing specializes in U.S.A. Type "L" Hard Copper and PEX re-piping. Our crews are experienced on how to lay out the job, order parts, install, and inspect the re-piping process. We have expert patching crews in house. All work is done in house from start to finish and no work is subbed out. If you experience rusty water or other corrosion problems with your home's water supply then there's a good chance that your home could benefit from a copper repipe. If you're considering such an option then, you can rely on Mr. Drain ® Plumbing to help you with a level of service that is second-to-none. Washing your hands under a faucet that gives you only a drip of water or getting showered with only enough water to rinse off your soap.
Give us a call to come out to your home or business to help you figure out if your plumbing problems are due to eroding pipes and if so to what extent plumbing pipe may need to be replaced.
The Process
During a copper or pex re-pipe, all pipes from the meter to the main shut off valve and all hot and water pipes in the house like under the kitchen and lavatory sink, the tub and shower valve and the hot water heater are replaced.
Essentially, all of the pressure piping in your home is removed and "re-piped" in with newer, cleaner, more durable piping. To accomplish this, the old hot and cold water lines are all removed from the walls, ceiling, floors and basement. The new lines are installed through the attic or around the home and drops them back into the walls where the original pipes were. The result is that outwardly, your plumbing fixtures have not changed at all, but the pipes that service them are fresh and new.
There are many reasons to re-pipe. The older copper, steel and poly butylene pipes can become brittle and problematic with time. Copper and galvanized steel piping corrodes over time as well and the passage that water is able to flow through become smaller and smaller until it is without value to the homeowner. You should close to re-pipe because it is less expensive to replace all of the piping than to continually patch holes and repair leaks. Another problem is dirty water. When metal pipes get old, they become corroded and the residue from this corrosion compromises the incoming water supply. Supposedly fresh water leaves the faucet orange, rusty or bitter tasting, cloudy or just plain dirty. Another situation that can arise is a break in the old piping under the house slab. To repair this leak, the floor in the home and the concrete slab underneath it will have to be saw cut and removed. The ground will need to be dug up to reveal the pipe and repair the leak. Often, the process of searching for the leak complicates this type of repair and the area of the floor that must be removed can be quite large. A much simpler and less expensive solution is a re-pipe.
Three of the biggest questions most of our customers ask are "How do you price a re-pipe?", "How long does it take?" and "How long will the new piping last?"
Many factors go into estimating a re-pipe price. Among them are the number of fixtures that the technician has to run new plumbing to and the accessibility of your attic. Some people decide to upgrade their fixtures or add additional shut-off valves or outside hose bibs at the time of the re-pipe. Many of our customers replace their water heater with a new one when they re-pipe. All of these things contribute to the price of the project. These same factors affect how long the re-pipe will take. The technician must run all the new hot and cold lines through the attic. If the attic space is tall and open, the technician can work quickly. If the attic is small with a low roof or if the technician has to create access to the fixtures through closets or cabinets the work takes longer. Generally, a re-pipe takes 2-3 days to complete on a moderate size home with reasonable accessibility. As for how long the new piping will last, we provide warranty on all of our labor and back our manufacture's warranty on parts. Beyond that, consider the many ways that piping can corrode, breakdown and fail.
Repiping is a system-wide solution that allows you to take a comfortable shower, wash dishes, water the lawn, wash laundry, and in fact, use all faucets and fixtures at the same time.

Copper repiping gives you great water pressure throughout your home, improves delivery of hot water, eliminates costly water damage repair bills and saves money on water lost to an inefficient system.

We Eliminate

  • Low pressure
  • Rusty water and rust particles
  • Slab leaks
  • Temperature shock in the shower
  • Leaky pipes
  • Risk of blowouts, flooding and water damage
  • Worry about plumbing problems
  • Plumbing valves that don't work
  • Insurance rejection due to old pipes
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Pex Repiping


  • Adaptable and easy-to-use plumbing system
  • Can be used with hot and cold water
  • Can also be used with metal and PVC piping
  • PEX has fewer fittings, making it faster to install and with less of a chance to leak
  • PEX is more burst-resistant due to its flexibility to expand and contract
  • It has a shutoff valve at each supply line, making it more convenient for you when you have to get repairs done
  • PEX can have a pressure balanced system
  • Since it is flexible, the pipes can be bent around most corners and usually won't need a coupling or fitting PEX Has


  • It cannot be used outside
  • Cannot be recycled, due to its shorter life use
  • It provides an impermeable membrane that may allow the possibility of water contamination
  • The pipes may be damaged if left outside for a long period of time

Copper Repiping


  • Durable and flexible, making it easy to install
  • Safer in natural disasters
  • Weather and bacteria-resistan
  • Resists corrosion, more so than other metals
  • Unaffected by ultraviolet rays, so it can be used outside
  • Copper does not release toxic gases in a fire because it resists burning
  • In earthquakes, the slightly elastic pipes flex so that they don't snap
  • Copper is recyclable, making it a more sound environmental choice
  • Can be used indoor and out door
  • Corrosion resistant
  • Free of metal contaminants
  • Resists pitting and scale buildup
  • Dampens rushing water noise
  • Eliminates water hammer and singing pipes
  • Retains heat in hot-water lines
  • Resists condensation on cold-water lines
  • NSF International Certification for water purity
  • Approved in the California Plumbing Code 9/18/2010
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Repiping Cost
After repiping most people are amazed to find out they can have a shower, wash dishes, water the lawn, wash laundry, and use faucets and fixtures at the same time while maintaining excellent water pressure.

You may think the cost of repipe too high. But the costs of extensive water damage can undoubtedly outweigh the expenditure of repiping. When you are ready to contemplate repiping, be sure to get an assessment from a repiping specialist if you want to ensure the highest quality results at the lowest possible price.

The Cost of a Copper or Pex repipe is not more then your and your family health consider the following factors:
  • Your Health - Corrosive oxides and micro bacterial pollutants can be ingested and lead to serious health concerns.
  • Water Quality - The presence of fungus and mineral impurities in the water.
  • Home Value - Smelly or cloudy water with leakage and rotten pipes seriously reduces the resale value of your home.

  • Rotting Pipes - Water leakage will quickly destroy sub-floors and walls leading to expensive reconstruction of floors, walls, and even foundations.
  • Corrosion - Reduces water flow by restricting water capacity in the pipes. It also introduces minerals and bacteria into the water supply.
  • Lower Cost  - Replacing old galvanized pipes with new copper pipes can significantly reduce home owner insurance premium

Frequently Asked Questions About Copper Repiping

What are some signs that I need to replace my water supply lines?

If you have noticed low water pressure in your sink, shower, or bathtub, it may be time to replace your existing water lines. The lower pressure is probably due to mineral buildup inside of the water supply piping, which effectively reduces the volume of water flow by reducing the inner diameter of the pipe itself.

Why does mineral buildup occur inside my water pipes?

Many older homes and buildings have water supply systems that use galvanized steel pipes. The galvanic coating inside the pipe tends to flake and peel off after several years, and that's all it takes for calcium and lime to attach themselves to the side of the pipe. After years of mineral buildup it's not at all uncommon for a 3/4" pipe to have an effective inner diameter of 1/4" or less, reducing water flow by approximately 75%.

What are the advantages of copper repiping?

There are many benefits of copper repipes. Copper is a very durable material and can provide reliable service for 50 years or more. This, incidentally, is one reason why copper repiping helps raise the resale value of many properties. It is also a very easy material to work with, making installation simple. Because of its flexibility, copper tends to hold up very well during natural disasters (like earthquakes). Being very resistant to corrosion, it avoids the mineral buildup that is so prevalent in galvanized steel piping. Copper is also biostatic, meaning that it prevents the growth of bacteria so you'll be ensured of a safe, potable water supply for a long time. Overall, copper offers many economic and health benefits, making it a very cost-effective investment for any home- or building owner. 

What should I do if I think I need to replace my water supply lines?

Mr. Drain ® Plumbing of Fremont are experts in Fremont copper repiping. If you house was build in 1960's then you need a copper repipe or a pex repipe Mr. Drain ® Plumbing of Fremont can do all. Further we are expert in water line rerouting, gas line rerouting, drain line rerouting. We are the only repipe contractors whose response time is less than 45 minutes. For copper repiping, pex repiping, drain repiping or gas repiping call us today. We are the Fremont repiping, relining contractors available 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

5 Steps of Water, Drain and Gas Repipe offered by Mr. Drain ® Plumbing
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Inspection for the sizing and the distribution system Cutting the walls and ceilings to access pipes Replacement of pipes in the entire house Final test and inspection of the installed system The walls and ceiling are patched and painted
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