Piping & Repiping

Whole House Repiping in Kansas City

Reliable Piping & Repiping Services

The pipes that carry water, gas, and other essential elements throughout your home are essential to your comfort and safety. Unfortunately, these pipes are also susceptible to damage and corrosion over time. When your pipes are in need of repair or replacement, you can count on Mission PHC Plumbing, Inc. for professional whole-house repiping services in Kansas City.

If your home's pipes need repair or replacement, call Mission PHC Plumbing at (913) 347-5425.

How Pipe Installation Works

Pipe installation is a fairly straightforward process. The plumber will cut the pipe to the desired length, connect it to a fitting, and secure it with a clamp. The clamps are there to keep the pipe in place while the cement is drying. Once the cement has dried, the clamp is removed and the installation is complete.

Why You Should Consider Pipe Replacement

While it's tempting to try to patch up your existing pipes, doing so may only result in further damage to your pipes and your home. In addition to leaks, other indications that your pipes need to be replaced include:

  • Water damage around the pipes
  • Rust stains on the walls
  • Gurgling sounds coming from the pipes
  • Bad smells coming from the pipes
  • Visible corrosion on the pipes

Common Causes of Pipe Damage

Pipe damage can occur due to various factors. Some of the most common causes include:

  • Corrosion: Over time, pipes, especially those made of metal like galvanized steel or copper, can corrode due to chemical reactions with water and surrounding materials. Corrosion weakens pipes and can lead to leaks or bursts.
  • Freezing Temperatures: In colder climates, water inside pipes can freeze, causing the pipes to expand and potentially crack or burst. This is a significant risk for pipes located in unheated or poorly insulated areas.
  • High Water Pressure: Excessive water pressure can strain pipes and fittings, leading to leaks or bursts. Persistent high pressure can weaken the structural integrity of pipes over time.
  • Clogs and Blockages: Accumulations of debris, grease, or mineral deposits can cause clogs within pipes. Increased pressure from these blockages can lead to pipe damage, leaks, or bursts.
  • Tree Root Infiltration: Roots from trees and large plants can grow into underground pipes, causing blockages, cracks, or complete breakage. This is a common issue for older sewer and water lines.
  • Poor Installation: Incorrect installation practices, such as improper joint connections, inadequate support, or using the wrong type of pipe for a specific application, can lead to premature pipe failure.
  • Chemical Drain Cleaners: Frequent use of harsh chemical drain cleaners can erode pipes, particularly older metal pipes, leading to damage over time.
  • Age and Wear: Pipes naturally degrade over time due to regular wear and tear. Older pipes, especially those made of materials like galvanized steel or cast iron, are more susceptible to damage and failure.
$49 Whole-Home Plumbing Inspection Our fully licensed and insured plumbers will inspect:
• water and drain lines for leaks
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• water heater
• functionality of kitchens, bathrooms, laundry, etc.
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We Install All Types of Pipes

Mission PHC Plumbing, Inc. installs all types of pipes, including:

  • PVC Pipes: PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) pipes are widely used for plumbing and drainage systems due to their lightweight, durability, and resistance to corrosion and chemicals. They are easy to install and maintain, making them a cost-effective option for residential and commercial applications.
  • Copper Pipes: Copper pipes are known for their longevity and reliability. They are commonly used in water supply lines due to their resistance to corrosion and high thermal conductivity. Copper pipes are also preferred for their antimicrobial properties and ability to handle high water pressures.
  • Galvanized Pipes: Galvanized pipes are steel pipes coated with a layer of zinc to protect against rust and corrosion. They are often used for outdoor applications.
  • Bronze Pipes: Bronze pipes, made primarily of copper and tin, are highly durable and resistant to corrosion. They are often used in marine environments and for fittings and valves in plumbing systems due to their strength and longevity.
  • Steel Pipes: Steel pipes are known for their strength and ability to handle high pressure and temperature. They are commonly used in industrial and infrastructure applications, such as oil and gas pipelines, water distribution systems, and structural applications. 

We can also help you if you need a new water line installed or upgraded. Our plumbers are trained and certified to install new water lines in homes and businesses throughout the Kansas City area.

If you think your home may need a repipe, contact Mission Plumbing, Heating & Cooling today for a quote!

    “I would like to recommend Mission Plumbing and especially Adam” - Sandra
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