PEX Piping In Plumbing Systems 

Less Expensive Than Copper Piping 

Freeze and Shatter Resistant 

Energy Saving 

Lower Utility Bills 

Quieter Water Flow


PEX Pipes

PEX (or crosslinked polyethylene) is part of a water supply piping system that has several advantages over metal pipe (copper, iron, lead) or rigid plastic pipe (PVC, CPVC, ABS) systems. It is flexible, resistant to scale and chlorine, resistant to corrosion and pinholes, faster to install than metal or rigid plastic, and requires fewer connections and fittings. PEX tubing is made from crosslinked high-density polyethylene polymer (HDPE). The HDPE is melted and continuously extruded into tube. 

The crosslinking of the HDPE is accomplished in one of three different methods; Peroxide Crosslinking, Silane Crosslinking, and Irradiation Crosslinking. While the methods of creation for this material may not be important to you, the consumer, it is important to know that this material is flexible in both its production and applications. 

PEX Features 

The use of PEX has been increasing ever since the 70’s, replacing copper pipe in many applications. This material has been particularly useful throughout radiant heating systems that are installed in the slab under floors or walkways. 

PEX is much more resistant to freeze-breakage than copper or rigid plastic piping. 

PEX tubing does not transfer heat as readily as copper, which helps to conserve energy and lower utility bills. 

Water flows more quietly through the PEX tubing. The common “water-hammer” sounds of metal-based piping structures are almost completely eliminated. 

PEX installations are oftentimes more cost-effective because PEX is less expensive than copper pipe. 

Less time is spent running pipe and installing fittings than metal-based or rigid pipe counterparts, and installing fewer fittings with PEX reduces the chances for return service calls. If you’re looking for an alternative to a copper repipe, PEX piping would be the premium alternative. 

What Is PEX Repiping? 

Repiping is the removal or bypass of existing plumbing pipes to replace them with new PEX pipes. The PEX we use is among the highest quality available, and we guarantee the process for life. Contact us today for full details of our guarantee.



Copper Piping using Modern Technology 

Over thousands of years, copper has proven to be the most useful and safe material to create plumbing infrastructure within buildings. Numerous civilizations have helped craft copper plumbing into its current state. If you are looking for the traditional feel and durability of your repiping project with an added flair of modernity, be sure to choose Plumbing Method to ensure a seamless and professional experience.  

Why Copper Repiping? 

Low Water Pressure 

Rust and Yellow-Colored Water 

Leaky Pipes 

Galvanized Piping in the Current Infrastructure 

Suspected or Confirmed Slab Leaks 

Inability to Multitask the Plumbing System 

Shower, Washing Machine, etc. Not Working all at Once 

The Old Way 

Galvanized water piping was an older and cost-effective method of piping a structure back in the day. The issue with galvanized water pipes, however, is that galvanized water piping rusts and corrodes internally over the years. Particles of rust, zinc and other contaminants flow into your drinking water. They also clog the pipes internally, stopping the flow of water to fixtures. With a copper repiping service, your water will be cleaner and flow faster. Copper plumbing never corrodes or clogs up pipes internally in the way that galvanized piping will. 

Unhealthy Water 

Corroded, galvanized pipes can cause water to become dirty, foul-smelling and unfit to use or drink. This is what happens when rust builds up inside galvanized water pipes. The rust restricts the flow of water and causes a buildup of gunk and slime throughout the system. With your plumbing system free of old, corroded galvanized pipe, you will be free of discoloration and a metallic taste in your water for improved water quality. With copper plumbing, you won’t have any of those issues, and they’re rated to last 50 years. 

Damage To Your Home 

Leaks can develop in the most unnoticeable places: inside your walls, the attic, under your house, and under your concrete slab. These hidden leaks can cause severe damage to your home, from major pipe corrosion to toxic mold in your walls. With a copper repiping for your home’s plumbing system, you can eliminate this risk and prevent corrosion, mold and other damage from happening. 

What Is Copper Repiping? 

Repiping is the process of removing (or bypassing) of existing plumbing pipes and replacing them with new copper pipes. The copper we use is among the highest quality available and guaranteed for life. Contact us today for full guarantee details. 

How Long Does A Repipe Take? 

Most copper pipe repairs and repipe jobs take 1-2 days on average. You will not have to leave your house during the process, and we never leave you without water. 

Will My House Be A Mess While The Job Is In Progress? 

No. Our technicians are trained to keep your house neat and clean and we ensure your floors are protected. We pride ourselves in making sure that when we leave, your house is as clean as it was when we started. 

How Long Will My Water Be Turned Off? 

Your water will be turned off during the day when we are working on the water lines. If the job takes longer than a day, we will have your water on when we leave the first day, so you can shower, do dishes, etc. in between workdays. 

Who Is Responsible For Patching My Walls? 

We have experts trained to patch all of your walls inside and out. Our experts will restore your interior walls to their original condition, as well as stucco any exterior walls, prepping the area for paint. 

Benefits Of Copper Repiping 

Replacing old pipes also has tremendous cost benefits as well. Replacing your old water lines can save you from countless problems down the road. Pinhole leaks and inferior plumbing will be a thing of the past. Your repipe may eliminate future, costly plumbing headaches for many years to come. A copper plumbing repipe also adds to the equity in your home, as well as the resale value of your home. This is a huge advantage when putting your house on the market. People are very concerned about water quality when buying a home. Investing in a copper repipe of your home is a valuable selling point to a potential home buyer. 

Great water pressure. 

Clean, clear water. 

High-quality copper plumbing with no more leaky pipes. 

The ability to shower without consulting the washing machine. 

Greater peace of mind because your piping system is secure. 

A positive selling point for your home. 

Copper Repiping With Plumbing Method

Copper repiping can provide benefits on numerous facets of your home and quality of life. For trusted and experienced repiping services in Southern California, be sure to contact the Plumbing Method. We will help provide answers to your questions, as well as a free quote for your potential project! 

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