Piping & Plumbing Pipe Replacement in Akron, OH
Your employees’ health relies on the integrity of your pipes, but breakdowns can also hit your pocket when leaks damage your bricks and mortar. Water damage is expensive to repair, but Superior Drainage makes easy work of old, rusty pipes in the commercial sector. We’ve been Ohio’s go-to service provider for a quarter of a century. We’re a one-stop shop for all your repair, maintenance, and installation needs, whether you need a simple replacement or a full repiping.
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Signs You Need Your Pipes Replaced
Superior Drainage is a full-service plumbing company that offers repiping services to businesses. Repiping refers to replacing the pipes in a building’s plumbing system. It may be necessary for a variety of reasons, including:
- Age: Pipes over 50 years old are more likely to shift, corrode, leak, or burst.
- Material: Pipes made of certain materials, such as galvanized steel or polybutylene, are more prone to failure than others.
- Water quality: Hard water and other contaminants can cause damage to pipes over time.
- Frequent leaks: If you’re experiencing frequent leaks in your plumbing system, it may indicate that your pipes need replacement.
- Low water pressure: If you’ve noticed a drop in water pressure in your business, it could be a sign of corrosion or blockages in your pipes.
- Water stains: Water damage is a sure sign of a leak.
- Odors: Sewage smells are often a sign of pipe damage.
- Orange or brown tinged water: It could indicate rust, which often precedes leakage.
At Superior Drainage, our experienced technicians have the skills and knowledge to diagnose and repipe your plumbing system properly. We use the latest technology and techniques to ensure that your new pipes are installed quickly and efficiently, with minimal disruption to your daily routine.
Commercial Pipe Replacement
As a full-service plumbing company, we cover every commercial piping service you need. We’ll diagnose pipe corrosion, leaks, or aging before developing the most effective solution for your budget. We have an intimate understanding of all piping materials, from galvanized steel and copper to polybutylene.
If you’re experiencing an unexplained leak or water quality problem, we’ll zero in on the issue and make sure your infrastructure is restored to its full functionality. Our commercial leak detection services will address unexplained water bill hikes, stains, and infestations. Once we have an accurate diagnosis, we’ll perform a spot repair or full repiping service for businesses experiencing widespread water quality and pressure problems. We’ll help you to choose the perfect material for your long-term needs and provide a precise, robust installation.
Why Choose Superior Drainage?
Superior Drainage takes drainage seriously. We put it right there in our name. Many plumbing companies offer residential pipe services, but handling commercial infrastructure requires extra skill. We have precisely that skill. Our commercial plumbing services incorporate everything from simple blockages to major pipe excavations. Our employees are licensed and OSHA certified, so we provide the utmost quality on every job. We offer discount coupons and trenchless repair technologies to make your commercial pipe maintenance easier on the pocket.
Pipe Replacement FAQs
Why should I replace my lead service pipe?
Lead service pipes connect to household plumbing, leaching heavy metals into your drinking water. If the service pipe is positioned behind your property line, maintenance is your responsibility. Heavy metals can cause serious illness, so this urgent problem should be repaired as soon as possible.
How often should pipes be replaced?
Your pipes’ longevity relies on the material you’ve chosen. Brass pipes require replacement every 40 to 70 years, but galvanized steel only lasts between 20 and 50 years. Copper has a life span of at least 50 years.
How can you tell if a pipe has a leak?
Turn off all your faucets and washing machines for an hour. Check your water meter at the beginning and end of that period. If the numbers change, you have a leak.