Many of the homes in Tampa were built during the 1950s and 1960s when the city began changing from a sleepy Florida backwater to a major metropolitan center along the Sunshine State’s western coast. In the 1950s and 1960s, residential water and sewer pipes were often made from materials like copper, cast iron, and clay.
Pipes can’t be engineered to last forever. Today, many of those original pipes are giving homeowners problems. Pipes can cause blockages when they corrode and collapse, and when they’re still patent, the water they deliver to households may often be contaminated with rust and minerals. An experienced plumber in Tampa, FL, can help you repipe your sewer and water lines, and can replace a water heater that’s been damaged by mineral deposits.
Repiping Your Tampa Home
Repiping involves replacing the entire water supply and discharge systems in your home or place of business. It … Read the rest