If you’re looking for the best pipe repair and replacement services in Dallas and beyond, you’ve come to the right place. Ben Franklin’s experts specialize in repairing and replacing any age or variety of pipes in homes and businesses throughout the greater Dallas metro area.
Whether you need to repair a small hairline fracture leak, you need help locating and patching up a hidden or slab leak somewhere in your water intake pipes, or you need to replace whole sections of your pipes as soon as possible, the Punctual Plumber is ready to provide the best pipe repair and replacement in Dallas and beyond immediately. Just give us a call as soon as you need pipe repair or replacement. We won’t disappoint you – guaranteed.
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Not sure whether your pipes are broken? Wondering whether you should repair or replace them? Need to figure out what to do about corroded pipe repair? Ben Franklin wants to help with that too! Here are a few things you should know about your pipes, including how to tell if you need help now:
Why are my pipes broken?
First and foremost: not all pipes are created equal. Unfortunately, some pipes break more than others. Generally, the older the pipe, the more prone the material is to corroding, leaking, or breaking down. The older your home, the older your pipes tend to be. In other words, if your home is old construction, then you can expect your pipes to be old – and if you’re having problems, they’re a likely culprit.
In the 1960s and 70s, for example, many homes were built with galvanized pipes. Unfortunately, galvanized pipes tend to corrode over time. Corrosion eventually causes leaks or back up, spoiling the water or cracking and causing water damage. Corroded pipe repair is also essentially impossible; replacing the pipe is easier and more effective. During the 80s and 90s, many homes were plumbed with faulty polybutylene plastic. Breaks in plastic pipes can start as hairline cracks or can break suddenly with little warning. More contemporary copper piping, on the other hand, lasts much longer and resists corrosion far more effectively than older materials. Your pipe problem probably isn’t “your fault;” it’s more likely your pipes are simply old and worn down enough that they can’t handle their workload anymore.
What Broke My Pipes?
Although it can happen, pipes rarely break all at once. Instead, as outlined above, a home’s pipes slowly become more worn out and susceptible to pressure and damage over time until, finally, something strains them too far. If you’ve noticed a fracture or serious rupture in one of your pipes recently, then it was probably caused by a combination of age, rust, corrosion, or strain and:
- Defective pipe construction
- Improper maintenance or pipe leak repair work
- Ineffective corroded pipe repair
- Freezing pipes
- Polybutylene (plastic) pipe malfunctions
- Back up
- Hard water
- Abnormally high water pressure
- Tree roots (which will necessitate sewer pipe repair)
How Do I Fix a Broken Pipe?
The best way to get a broken pipe fixed or replaced quickly and efficiently is to get help from professional plumbers. There are things you can do for DIY pipe leak repair in the mean time, however.
For example, you can wrap electrical duct tape around the pipe a few times and keep it tight using hose clamps at both ends of the tape. Remember, however: this is only a temporary fix. It’s always best to hire professional plumbers to handle any pipe leak repair or sewer pipe repair you need.
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Don’t take any chances when it comes to the safety of your home and your family inside. Water damage due to a broken pipe can create drywall rot, wood decay, toxic mildew, rusting metal, warping plywood and loss of your most valued personal possessions.
When you call us, we will make it a priority to send one of our expert Dallas plumbers to survey your home and provide you a pipe leak repair or sewer pipe repair estimate customized to you so that you can get your life back to normal without more added stress. Get in touch with the Punctual Plumbers at Benjamin Franklin today!
Why Ben Franklin — The Punctual Plumber Guarantees
The experts at Ben Franklin work hard to ensure that we provide you with the best pipe repair and replacement in Dallas and beyond on every single call we take, big and small. To “walk the walk,” Ben Franklin makes the three following “Punctual Plumber Guarantees” on pipe repair and replacement or sewer pipe repair job we take on. When you hire us, expect:
- Punctuality: The Punctual Plumber isn’t just a brand, it’s a promise. Ben Franklin is the nation’s first plumbing company to directly reimburse our customers if we’re ever late to a job. If we fail to show up at our scheduled time, we pay you $5 per minute we’re late, up to $300.
- Preparation: Ben Franklin experts drive our distinctive “fully-stocked” trucks to every job we respond to. These trucks are crammed full of all the tools to effectively complete any plumbing repair you may need, and ensure that whenever we come to help, we can get the job done then and there.
- Satisfaction: Ben Franklin offers customers a 100% satisfaction guarantee on all of the pipe repair, replacement, and installation work we complete. If you’re ever any less than completely satisfied with our service, let us know and we’ll make it right, guaranteed.
Pipe Repair Frequently Asked Questions
Signs of a leaking pipe include an unexplainable increase in your water bill, your water meter shows that there’s a leak, mold has developed on walls that aren’t in your bathroom, or there’s obvious damage to your home.
Here are signs that you need pipe repair services: you don’t have any water, there is a problem with your water pressure, your toilet keeps overflowing, your water heater is weeping, you don’t have hot water, you smell gas.
First, figure out what your pipes are made of (see below). That will give you a good idea of how likely it is that your pipes are corroded. Corroded pipe repair isn’t feasible, so you’ll have to repair corroded pipes instead. If your pipes are old, you’re experiencing too many clogs, leaks, or water pressure problems, or your water bill seems too high, then it may be time to seriously consider replacing your pipes.
Pipes can be made of a lot of different materials. The four most common materials include lead, steel, copper, or PVC. If you get to know which of these materials makes up your plumbing system, you’ll have a much better understanding of how your plumbing works and how to keep it working well.