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Water Line Services in Schererville

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The water supply lines that run throughout a home essential for bringing clean, fresh water into a property. This is why it is so critical that they are functioning properly to ensure the household’s health and safety. From fixing leaks and clogs to installing new pipes and fittings, our reliable and experienced team at Yes! Plumbing can get the job done right from the start.

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What Is the Best Type of Pipe for Water Lines?

There are several types of pipes that are commonly used for water supply lines, each with its own unique advantages and disadvantages. The choice of which pipe is most optimal will depend on the specific needs of the project. This is why it is important to consult with a professional plumber to determine the best type of pipe for individual water lines.

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Examples of Classic Pipes

  • Copper pipes – This is a popular choice for residents since copper is a durable and long-lasting material that is resistant to corrosion and able to withstand high water pressure and temperature. Copper pipes are also easy to install, although they are expensive. These pipes may not be the best choice for areas with hard water, as this can cause corrosion.
  • Brass pipes – These aesthetic pipes are great for water supply lines due to their corrosion resistance and endurance. They are often used in homes that suffer from hard water. Brass pipes are more expensive than other metal pipes, but they have a long lifespan and require minimal maintenance.
  • Galvanized steel pipes – Another excellent selection for water lines are pipes made from galvanized steel. These tough pipes can resist corrosion and withstand high water pressure and temperature. 

The Difference Between PEX & PVC Piping 

Although metal pipes have served their purpose for many years, many residents are turning to non-metal pipes for new water line installations. PEX pipes are a flexible and easy-to-install option that is becoming increasingly popular for water lines. Since they do well against corrosion and can withstand high water pressures and temperatures, they are a top choice. 

PVC pipes are a lightweight and durable option that is commonly used for outdoor water lines. Like PEX, they are also resistant to corrosive substances and do well with high levels of water pressure too. However, PVC pipes may not be suitable for indoor water lines, as they can release harmful chemicals if they come into contact with hot water. It is better to use PVC for irrigation and sprinkler systems, so discuss more details with our techs before installation. Our experts at 

Yes! Plumbing can help residents assess when to replace their water lines. We can also advise which material is most optimal for an individual project.

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