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Top 11 Most Frequently Asked Questions

  • What kind of warranty does Ameriserve Repiping guarantee?

    Both copper and PEX repiping work is backed by a lifetime warranty.
  • What kind of copper pipe do you use?

    We use American made hard type-L or K copper.
  • Do you install additional fixtures at owner's request?

    We can install a number of different fixtures. We can install brand new faucets and sinks, 40,50,75,100+ gallon water heaters, anti-scalding shower valves, laundry-mate, etc while repiping. Call or e-mail us for more details.
  • My outgoing water and waste won't go out. Is this associated with coper piping?

    Not likely. Most of the time, it’s the outgoing sewer pipe (usually clay piping 4″ in diameter) that needs work. The sewer pipe is probably cracked or extremely mangled by tree roots, so all outgoing sewage is blocked. Ameriserve an replace your main sewer line using our “trenchless” replacement method.
  • Does Ameriserve Repiping repipe commercial buildings and multiple unit complexes?

    Yes! In fact, Ameriserve Repiping is known for doing numerous multiple unit apartment/condo complexes (as much as 100+ units), as well as large commercial buildings. Clean water is important for everyone.
  • Does Ameriserve take care of patching of the walls?

    Absolutely. We have professional wall patchers ready to patch as soon as all repiping work is completed. Our patchwork is perfect and include texturing; all you need to do is paint.
  • What should I do to prepare for a repipe job?

    All we ask is that you empty out the contents under the sink cabinets, keep pets secured. We take care of the rest.
  • How can happy customers help Ameriserve Repiping Inc.?

    You can help Ameriserve a few ways. One-you can always recommend us to people in need of our services. Two-we are always looking to add you to our testimonial page & yelp page. And Three-making our customers happy is all the help we need.
  • I have a slab leak, what now?

    Slab leaks are caused by inferior soft copper piping that was rolled out and placed in your slab. Most of us instinctively try to get the leak fixed by our repiping specialists, then notify our insurance company, then look to “repipe” eventually. All of the above seems to make sense, HOWEVER: 1) Insurance companies may or may not pay to “re-route” one section of the piping system, most do not, and if you don’t repipe, many companies will threaten to “drop” you after multiple leaks. 2) Most aren’t equipped to repipe, because a one or two man crew would require a couple of weeks to do the job, not to mention “NO wall patching”. 3) Most homes built after 1985, are “post tension cable” homes….installed in your cement slab floor, to withstand earthquakes; meaning no immediate “jackhammering” of floors to make repairs on a slab leak. We could go on and on, but the bottom line is, after you have paid out of pocket for about 3 leak repairs, an entire repipe could have been done!
  • Are there a lot of leaks happening in Orange County?

    Yes. Currently there are many leaks happening in Orange County. Many of the homes that were built after 1985 typically using the “post tension cable” method, are starting to deteriorate.
  • What areas do you serve?

    Ameriserve serves the Los Angeles County, Orange County, Riverside County, San Diego, Santa Clara County, Santa Cruz County, San Mateo County, Contra Costa County, Alameda County…Basically from the Bay Area down to San Diego!

Why Choose Ameriserve Repiping?

  • Over 30 Years of Experience

  • Utilize the Latest Technology

  • Free Estimates & Consultations

  • Top-Notch Workmanship

  • High Quality Parts

  • Fully Certified & Licensed Technicians

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