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San Marcos Repipe/Piping Service

Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air Will Keep Your Pipes in Perfect Condition

Your pipes are the veins of your plumbing system, which is why it’s essential you do everything in your power to protect them. That’s why at Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air, we offer San Marcos repipe/piping service for your entire home. From leaks, corrosion, and rust, to low water pressure, mold, and bursting, our comprehensive repiping and pipelining options will keep your home safe and your property sanitary for years to come.

Call for San Marcos piping and repipe service today at (866) 374-0402.

What Type of Piping & Repiping Services Do You Offer?

Plumbing, drain and sewer systems are all very complex, and require a good deal of skill to successfully repair. For instance, being able to fix a failing sewer line may depend on its age, your budget, and how much you are willing to spend. Fortunately, our San Marcos repipe service is designed to work for everyone. No matter what your property is dealing with, we promise to come equipped with the tools, technology, and products to get the job done.

Our San Marcos piping service options include:

  • Polybutylene Pipe Repair & Replacement: Polybutylene is a type of gray plastic water supply line piping that was popular throughout the 1970s. For a long time, it was advertised as the future of plumbing, because it was cheaper and easier to install than copper piping. However, polybutylene has been shown to consistently leak with age, which means that if you have it in your house, you may need to consider whole-home repiping.
  • Camera Inspections: If you suspect there may be an issue with your piping, our San Marcos repipe pros will first perform a full video inspection of your plumbing system. This will allow us to look deep into your sewage and drain lines and determine if there are any blockages and leaks that need to be dealt with. Not only are these advanced camera inspections useful for identifying immediate issues, they also help create a more comprehensive picture of your entire system, allowing us to prevent potential problems before they even occur.
  • Trenchless Sewer & Drain Lining: It used to be that there was no way to replace a sewer line without completely digging up someone’s property. However, with trenchless sewer replacement, we can provide a cost-effective solution for failing sewer lines that won’t create a huge mess. If we find that your sewer and drain lines are damaged from tree roots, aging, or other issues, we will feed a new resin-saturated felt tube made of polyester into your existing system. This will allow us to insert a new line while extracting the old one, in a minimally invasive procedure that’s quicker and more affordable than traditional piping replacement.

Let Our San Marcos Repipe Pros Help You!

Contact Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air today for affordable financing options and available specials and coupons. We offer 24/7 emergency repairs, so if you need immediate piping service in San Marcos, we promise to be there ASAP. For over 40 years, we have proudly been providing five-star service for customers across San Diego County, and we promise that if you hire us to take care of your pipes, we will provide the same excellent service to you.

Dial (866) 374-0402 to get started, or click here to contact us online.

Tips & Advice

Tips & Advice From Our Experts

  • Cast Iron Pipes
    Cast iron pipes have been manufactured and used in the United States since the early 1800’s. The first usage was for water distribution, but eventually expanded to wastewater disposal. It is naturally porous and over time as it rusts and erodes. It becomes even more porous which causes material to build up inside the pipe, which can lead to stoppages. Or the bottom of the pipe can actually erode due to use and caustic drain cleaning chemicals used through the years. The average life span of cast iron sewer lines before you start to encounter recurring problems is about 30 years. If problems start to occur around 30 years, it's more than likely time to replace.
    Kyle, Drain Service & Sales Manager
  • High Water Pressure Is like High Blood Pressure
    The most common problem we see are plumbing leaks. Think about when you go to the doctor... What is the first thing they do? They check your blood pressure because high blood pressure ruins your arteries, kidneys, vision, and heart. If you are having problems, high blood pressure is the first thing to try and rule out. High water pressure is no different. It ruins dishwasher solenoids, faucet washers, angle stops and washing machine hoses. In fact, it puts your entire plumbing system at risk. A water pressure regulator protects your system.
    Mary Jean, President
  • Why Is It Important to Protect Your Heating and Air System?
    When investing in a new comfort system ( heating and air conditioning), or keeping the one you have to run at peak efficiency, it's important to keep it maintained. One of the biggest causes of breakdown is dirty coils and motors. A great solution is getting routine maintenance like you would for your personal vehicle. For HVAC systems, annual maintenance is recommended (and required in some warranties). Even better, is to add an air filtration and purification system. An air conditioner evaporator coil that has dirt as thin as plastic wrap will cause you to lose 20% efficiency! Also, the dirt can cause the motors and compressor to overwork. This causes increased utility bills and breakdowns.
    Bryan, HVAC Service & Sales Manager
  • Tree Roots Collapse Sewer
    Nothing good ever happens when roots invade your drain or sewer line. While the tree roots inside your pipe may be small initially, the root system is fed generously and can cause major (and more costly) damage as they continue to grow and strengthen. What will certainly occur is root penetration will increase, causing a larger and larger separation. This will result in the two pipe sections separating more, causing wastewater to leak out and erode the base underneath the connection. This progression can lead to a full collapse of the sewer line.
    Kyle, Drain Service & Sales Manager
  • Does Your Sewer Pipe Have a Paunch?
    As a drain specialist, I can promise a sewage backup is almost always caused by some kind of problem with the pipe. A common cause for sewer backup is a belly in the pipe. Bellies tend to worsen over time (but sometimes very quickly) due to leakage at misaligned connections that erode the pipe bedding. Waste and paper will collect in the pool and build up, creating a dam which will lead to continual stoppages. Most of the material in a sewer line can be removed when we clean the main line, but it will build right back up. Water will continue to leak out of the bad connections, further eroding the bedding of the pipe and the belly will continue to worsen. This can progress from pipe belly to collapse.
    Kyle, Drain Service & Sales Manager
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