DRINKING WATER PIPES
The condition of your drinking water pipes determines whether the water delivered to your kitchen is safe and flowing efficiently. Nothing is more important than having safe drinking water for you and your family. A growing number of homeowners are realizing the problems with drinking water due to old, damaged pipes in their homes. Without making the necessary repairs or replacements to the outdated systems, affected homes will lose access to potable water.
PRESSURIZED WATER & SEWER PIPES
Pressurized water pipes are used for the drinking water that comes into your home and for carrying out waste. Both pressurized and non-pressured piping systems are used for different purposes. The type of system used determines the best product for repairs when the pipes become compromised.
PIPES FOR IRRIGATION
Irrigation pipes often carry water that isn’t pure, and may even be corrosive. Sometimes producers rely on wastewater or process water to irrigate their crops. In addition, they might add chemicals and other harsh products to the water. Although the chemicals provide a valuable service to the crops, they often lead to damage and/or deterioration to the irrigations pipes. Once damage and corrosion occur in the pipeline, it puts your valves, heads and any mechanical devices at risk.
Its popularity as a clean burning fuel has made natural gas the fuel of choice for many homes. In spite of the fuel’s advantages, sometimes gas line re-piping is necessary. That’s because the pipes that deliver gas to your home don’t function as cleanly if they become damaged over time. Pipes made from galvanized or black iron often rust, causing decay to build up. This build-up decreases the amount of room the gas has, leading to a reduction in flow.
FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEMS
Fire suppression systems require regular maintenance to ensure they are working appropriately in case of a fire. When sprinkler systems fail, it puts everything and everyone inside the building at risk. When the sprinklers are neglected, unnoticed damage can result in a failure. Most experts recommend inspecting fire suppression systems a minimum of four times each year.