The process of repiping involves replacing an old or faulty length of pipe in your home with a new one. Whole-house repiping is recommended if you’ve had multiple plumbing problems and live in an older home with outdated plumbing. However repiping just a single length of plumbing is possible, and may be a more budget-friendly option for now.
Your kitchen is one area of your home where your plumbing is used the most and receives the most wear and tear. If you’ve been having problems, you may very well need kitchen repiping. But how do you know if it’s time? We’ve shared a brief list below of common signs that your kitchen needs repiping.