Whole-Home Repiping Services in Harrisburg & Central Pennsylvania

When plumbing repairs no longer work, opt for a long-term solution. G.F. Bowman, Inc. is your expert repiping company helping homeowners in and around Harrisburg.

While most plumbing issues like clogs and leaks can be attributed to some specific damaged area, when you’re continually dealing with repairs, chances are, the problem is your plumbing as a whole. At G.F. Bowman, Inc. we are your home repiping contractors. With over 55 years of local expertise in the Harrisburg, PA area we can help you repipe your entire home, solving your ongoing plumbing concerns once and for all. It’s our mission to provide our customers with nothing but the highest quality whole-home repiping services.

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How to Determine If It’s Time to Repipe Your Home

A complete repiping project can be a large undertaking, which is why it’s important to be sure it’s the right move for your home and budget. Unsure if your home needs to be repiped? Review the following factors and see if any apply:

  • There is Visible Corrosion: Like anything in your home, plumbing deteriorates with age. If you’re seeing rust buildup around plumbing joints or speckles of rust in your water, chances are your pipes are corroded.
  • Foul Odor: As the buildup continues to grow in your plumbing, that debris will eventually make its way into your water as well. If your drinking water has an unpleasant smell or taste, old pipes may be to blame.
  • Low Water Pressure: If your pipes are clogged or leaking, it will affect your water pressure first. If you have low flow throughout the home or on certain fixtures, it could be due to piping issues.
  • Leaky Pipes: This may seem fairly obvious, but if a pipe is leaking, it should probably be replaced. While a minor leak can be fixed, multiple leaks in different areas of the home are never a good thing.
  • Old Age: If your home is on the older side, and the pipes came with the original construction, you may be looking at some repair concerns down the line. Depending on the quality of the materials, your pipes could already be damaged beyond repair.