Category: Home Repipe

Includes Posts on home re-pipes and the ScaleBlaster water conditioner.

Pipe Leak

Pipe Leak

Pipe Leak Almost everyone in Orange County knows about copper pipe leaks.  Either you have experienced a pipe leak or know of someone who has.  When folks experience a pipe leak, they typically have their house re-piped.  After this expensive and inconvenient undertaking and all the holes are patched, everything is good – right?  Maybe […]

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Home Water Filter System ScaleBlaster

Home Water Filter System

Home Water Filter System When performing a bathroom or kitchen remodel, or repipe, I strongly suggest to my clients they consider a ScaleBlaster home water filter system.  What on earth is this? It’s an electronic water conditioner that’s affordable, eco-friendly, salt-free, chemical-free and a maintenance free solution to your limescale deposits and soap scum.  It’s […]

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Repipe - Your Home's Claim History – Get A C.L.U.E.

Repipe – Your Home’s Claim History – Get A C.L.U.E.

Repipe – Your Home’s Claim History – Get A C.L.U.E. Why did I write “Repipe – Your Home’s Claim History – Get A C.L.U.E.”  Very simple.  From time-to-time, we have customers in Mission Viejo, Lake Forest, Irvine, Portola Hills, Laguna Niguel, Laguna Hills, Foothill Ranch, San Clemente and other South Orange County California communities who […]

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When Should I Repipe My Home

When Should I Repipe My Home Many clients in South Orange County California ask me “When Should I Repipe My Home?”  After more than 45 years in the construction and remodeling business, here is what I’ve learned: When Should I Repipe My Home? If your house was built during or before the year 2010. When […]

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When Should I Repipe My Home

Epoxy Pipe Lining vs Re-pipe

Epoxy Pipe Lining vs Re-pipe Considering a home re-pipe?  Interested in the differences between Copper, PEX, and Epoxy Lining?  Clients are confused between an “Epoxy Pipe Lining vs Re-pipe.”  How do you know which is best?  After more than 45 years in the construction and remodeling business, here is what I’ve learned: Copper, PEX, and […]

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