Repipe Pex Show Low

Repiping with PEX in Show Low (928) 521-2000

 

PEX is a durable, versatile, high-density plastic which is quickly becoming the White Mountain area prefered repipe material. PEX repipes require fewer fittings and less labor to install than rigid metal pipes and stands up to freezes without bursting. Because Avery uses the highest quality PEX on the market, our PEX pipes will not corrode, scale, freeze or develop pinhole leaks. PEX Repipes: Versatile, Affordable, Guaranteed for Life!

PEX -an acronym for PolyEthylene that is cross-linked (X) – is a durable, flexible, high-density plastic. PEX plumbing systems require fewer fittings and less labor to install, so a PEX repipe costs less.

Avery Plumbing Repipe Specialists Uses Only the Highest Quality PEX Available!

Quality varies widely with PEX pipes. Avery Pluming Repipe Specialists only uses the Uponor PEX system which is better any other PEX products available in terms of quality, safety and reliability. Uponor PEX products are manufactured without torches, glues, chemicals or solvents and can be installed without using a single lead component! This means you get a high-quality, affordable PEX repipe that is guaranteed for life AND a cleaner water supply for drinking and bathing.

PEX Plumbing Pipes vs. Copper Plumbing Pipes

Many of our Show Low, Pinetop, Heber, and Lakeside customers often ask about the various types of plumbing pipes that are available to them when the need to repipe becomes necessary, here are the main differences between the two main options and the advantages and disadvantages of each.

Almost all new plumbing pipes used today to replace old, rusty, and galvanized pipes are either Copper pipes or PEX pipes. Many homeowners do not know what Copper or PEX piping consists of, what each looks like, the cost of each, the benefits of each, and the drawbacks of each, until they are faced with the need to repipe a bathroom or often the whole plumbing system in their house.

PEX Plumbing Pipes

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Besides being colorful and flexible, PEX pipes are also very durable, there is less chance of leaks, they are quiet because they don’t clank around when they move water, they are resistant to freezing and even high temperatures, efficient, provide fast flowing water, can reduce your utility bills, are environmentally friendly, and last dang near forever! Plumbing with PEX piping is very cost effective!

Two reasons why Plumbing with PEX is less expensive than plumbing with copper is that the material costs less and it requires a lot less effort from Plumbers to install a new plumbing system using PEX pipes. It also won’t be dug up by thieves as does copper.

Plumbing with Copper Pipes
Copper Plumbing Pipes

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First, do you want to drink or bathe in water that came from this pipe? Huge differences between copper pipes and PEX pipes. Two important differences are cost and the fact that copper plumbing pipes can be recycled. Copper pipes are more expensive than PEX pipes merely because the copper material itself is more expensive. Installing a New Copper Plumbing System in Show Low is also more expensive as it’s more difficult and requires expertise and experience to ensure a solid long lasting outcome.

As far as copper piping being recyclable, it is really not an advantage for two main reasons; because once installed, you will not need to replace them for decades, possibly centuries and two, we’ve had various people contact us for a New PEX Plumbing System because their copper pipes were stolen and they did not want that to happen again. Thieves merely cut the copper pipes and recycle them for money. Plumbing with Copper Pipes is just more expensive.
Why chose PEX Plumbing Pipes or Copper Plumbing Pipes?

  • Freezing Cold Temperatures, PEX should most likely be your choice
  • You live in an area where Copper theft is a possibility, PEX should most likely be your choice
  • You are looking for a longer term solution, a New Copper Plumbing system will be your choice
  • You are looking for a cheaper solution, a New PEX Plumbing system should be your choice

PEX Plumbing Pipes and Copper Plumbing Pipes. I wish all of you the best of luck in your plumbing ventures and please do not hesitate to Contact Avery Plumbing with questions if you need further explanation of each of the two Plumbing RePipe options.