Commercial Repiping Services in Fort Myers, FL

Should you replace polybutylene pipes with PEX piping? Are tree roots damaging your sewer lines? When you have questions, we have answers! For more than 35 years, the teams at David Gray have provided superior repiping services to commercial clients in Fort Myers, Florida. It is our pleasure to offer repiping services you can depend on! We'll help you determine everything from the cost to replace galvanized pipes to the best option for replacing polybutylene pipes before they fail.

When you need answers about repiping in Florida, you need to contact David Gray at (904) 724-7211. We're happy to give you the expert advice you can depend on.

Should I Replace Old Water Lines?

Plumbing systems can falter and fail as the years go by. Metal pipes can crack, corrode, and rust. Plastic pipes can burst and deform under the weight of a vehicle or due to changing soil conditions. Tree roots and construction work can damage pipes beyond repair. Unfortunately, these problems aren't always readily apparent, and by the time they're discovered, the pipe is usually beyond repair and will require replacement.

Leaving weakened pipes in the ground can diminish water quality and cause damage to your structure and landscaping. This can reduce your property value and make it less attractive to tenants. As such, commercial repiping is a cost-effective decision that we strongly recommend when pipe repairs are not a practical option.

Replacing Polybutylene Pipes in Fort Myers

Polybutylene pipes are lurking in millions of businesses and homes throughout the country. Installed from the 1970s and into the mid-90s, they are typically gray, blue, or white and can be identified with a simple visual inspection. David Gray can replace polybutylene pipes with more durable and reliable PEX (polyethylene) or copper pipes. 

Contact David Gray at (904) 724-7211 to learn more about why we recommend prompt polybutylene pipe replacement.

Frequently Asked Questions About Commercial Repiping

What does PEX stand for?

PEX is the acronym for polyethylene pipe. It is flexible and cheaper than copper and is specifically designed to resist scale. It will not rust and is fast and easy to install because there are minimal connections and fittings. This also means it is less likely to leak.

Why do polybutylene pipes fail?

Polybutylene pipes contain chlorine and other chemicals that react to water and air and degrade the pipe's integrity. As the pipe deteriorates, it will crack, and the fittings tend to loosen and leak.

How long does a video camera pipe inspection take?

Video camera pipe inspections are a non-invasive technique that takes about an hour to complete for most commercial businesses. Larger businesses may require more time depending on how much pipe needs inspected. 

Why should I replace commercial pipes?

Corroded pipes can leak, which will decrease water pressure. For example, polybutylene pipes will crack and fail without warning. Lead pipes in historic properties can cause health problems. And galvanized steel pipes can rust and cause leaks that will allow water to damage your property. 

David Gray Is Ready to Work for You!

For more than 35 years, David Gray has proudly served clients in Fort Myers and communities throughout Florida. Our fully insured and licensed plumbers are repiping specialists you can depend on! Each team member completes extensive repiping training and will perform the job quickly, effectively, and with the most up-to-date technologies and techniques. As a result, we always guarantee superior service, exceptional quality, and a finished repiping you can count on!

We encourage you to contact David Gray at (904) 724-7211 for more information about commercial repiping services in Fort Myers, Florida!

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