Bannister Plumbing provides Residential and Commercial Repiping Services for Tyler-Jacksonville, TX and the surrounding East Texas area. Our turn-key repiping services are backed by a gimmick-free Satisfaction Guarantee and Lifetime Warranties.
Our team of repiping specialists are highly trained to perform both small and large-scale repipes. We use high-quality materials and take great pride in our customer service. You will always receive our full care and attention.
Our experienced team of highly qualified plumbers are reliable, fully-licensed, and background checked. We’re a family-owned company, and no one works for us that we wouldn’t invite home ourselves.
We wear shoe covers on our boots and leave your home as clean as we found it. We’re working for you, so you shouldn’t be cleaning up after us.
Depending on your situation, you may want to repair sections instead of repiping. Bannister Plumbing can conduct a thorough inspection of your home or business’s plumbing system to determine if you need repair or repiping service. When it comes to effective and affordable repiping solutions in Tyler-Jacksonville and the surrounding East Texas area, Bannister Plumbing is your answer. Our team of plumbing experts is equipped and prepared to handle any repiping project, large or small. As residential and commercial plumbing specialists, we are available to answer any of your repiping questions.
We are a full-service plumbing company that provides Maintenance, Repairs, Replacements, Remodeling, and New Construction for Residential and Commercial properties in Jacksonville, Tyler, and all of East Texas.
There are many reasons why you may need to replacing the plumbing for your home or commercial property:
Do you know how old your pipes are? Aged and word pipes are the number one reason for repiping services. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the average age of a broken water main is 47 years old. Nothing lasts forever.
What is the life expectancy of your plumbing pipes?
If you know what kind of pipes you have, you’ll be able to tell if it’s time for a repipe.
If you have polybutylene piping, contact your local plumber for an inspection as soon as you can. They are extremely prone to leaks and breakages. If you have lead water pipes, test the water immediately. If you have more lead than 15 ppb (parts per billion), call a professional plumber right away!
Although your pipes might fit into these timeframes, it doesn’t necessarily mean that they need to be replaced. Well-maintained plumbing systems last longer, and the quality of the water has an impact as well. If you don’t know what kind of pipes you have, call the professional plumbers at Bannister Plumbing to assess their age and condition.
The supply pipes are under more pressure (literally) than your return pipes. Usually copper, brass, or galvanized steel are used for supply pipes. Supply pipes are most likely to leak or burst. Return (drain) pipes tend to last longer since they aren’t under constant pressure. Usually, these pipes are made of PVC or cast iron. If you have cast iron drain pipes, they should last somewhere between 75 and 100 years.
If there is a broken pipe between your property line (water meter) and the street, the local district is responsible for the repair. However, if there is a rupture or break in your plumbing system between the water meter and your home or business, you are responsible for repairs. Determining maintenance responsibility can be confusing. Contact Bannister Plumbing to if you have any questions.
Repiping is necessary when pipes begin to show their age. Here are some common signs of a failing plumbing system:
If any of these plumbing problems are plaguing your home, make a quick call to Bannister Plumbing for a professional inspection on your schedule.
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