Broken Pipe Repair Service Noblesville, IN
Old, leaky pipes can cost you extra money on your water bills, ruin your water pressure, and cause water damages in your home. If you suspect that there’s a leaky pipe in your home, the time to have it fixed is ASAP. If you don’t know where the leak is, we can help you with leak detection to pinpoint the problem and then we can get started with the proper pipe repair or pipe replacement.
If your plumbing pipe can be repaired in such a way that it will be adequate for years to come, then that is what we’ll do. Just because one pipe has failed doesn’t mean that you need a whole house repipe. In this case we’ll focus our efforts on simply repairing the leaky or burst pipe so that it can go back to functioning as normal.
In many instances, a broken pipe cannot be salvaged. Rather than pay for a pipe repair that won’t last, you’ll want to replace the damaged pipe. Our plumbers will assess the situation and determine the best possible solution. Whether you need a whole house repipe or just a single new pipe to replace one that was damaged during a freeze, we’ll work hard to get your plumbing system back to normal in as little time as possible. We install both PEX and copper pipes, so that you can choose the piping that suits both your needs and budget.
While copper pipes cost more than PEX pipes, they will add value to your home. They are also highly durable, bacteria and corrosion resistant, temperature change resistant, and they will not put you at risk of lead poisoning.
PEX pipes offer a less expensive alternative to copper piping while still providing a slew of benefits. They resist freezing, won’t corrode, are easy to install, and won’t make noise when valves are opened and closed.
Let the expert plumbers at Thornton Plumbing take care of all your pipe repair and repiping needs. We offer our pipe services in Noblesville, Carmel, Fishers, all of Hamilton County, and Northern Indianapolis, and we’d be happy to assess your plumbing pipes and make recommendations. Contact us today.