Can You Patch a Corroded Pipe?
In many cases, yes, it is possible to remove the rust and seal off any corrosion holes so you can avoid replacing pipes. We can help you understand the condition of your pipes and what the safest, most cost-effective solution will be so that you can make informed decisions about your home.
How Long Does a Pipe Patch Last?
Depending on the substance used to patch a pipe, you can expect the pipe to last anywhere from 30-40 years. If a professional is installing epoxy pipe resin, as our team does, the lifespan can increase up to 50-60 years.
Should You DIY a Pipe Repair?
Depending on your familiarity and comfort with plumbing, there may be some projects you tackle on your own. But something like a corroded pipe or a large-scale coating is best left to our professionals – you’ll have protection with liability insurance, and peace of mind knowing that you’re also covered under the Done Right Promise®.
How Long Does Pipe Coating Take?
Unlike traditional lining methods, the Picote Brush Coating System doesn’t require cutting through walls or ceilings. We can typically get your pipes lined up and reconnected within one day!
From patching sections of your home’s plumbing system to coating the entire line, Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Virginia Beach is only a phone call away.
Why Choose Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Virginia Beach?
We get it, there are a lot of options available when it comes to plumbing repairs. In fact, there are so many it can feel overwhelming to find the right company.
Customers call us time and time again because they know to expect:
- Clear pricing estimates before any work begins, with no surprise fees
- A simple, mess-free pipe coating solution that is NSF-61 and ASTM certified
- On-time arrival from identifiable professionals ready to get to work
- Their home to be left as clean as it was upon our arrival
- A thorough inspection of the situation to understand all possible solutions
Dial or reach out online to schedule pipe coating in Virginia Beach.