Having the right pipes means nothing if the right contractor does not install them. A licensed piping contractor must have the experience to handle your plumbing project. Learn more about the common residential and commercial services that are provided by this professional.
Some pipes should be tested before people start using them regularly. Testing is necessary to prevent accidents, such as breakage and leakage, from happening.
Pipefitters test pipes upon request and create reports. In this report, they record the speed, volume, material and other details. They perform evaluations to ensure the strength and longevity of every piping system.
Pipe Fabrication and Installation
Pipefitters fabricate pipes in the custom sizes and designs that you want. They install pipes that run behind walls, underground or outside of buildings. They do the work right the first time because most pipes work efficiently for decades.
Repairs and Maintenance
A few years after a good installation, the pipes start to break down. A typical repair is to fix a pipe’s crack that is leaking and thicken the material to prevent further leakage.
Although maintaining pipes is not necessary, it’s recommended to prevent the need for repairs. Pipefitters inspect the quality of pipes, checking for breakage, corrosion and blockage.
Retrofitting and Replacements
Retrofitting is recommended to upgrade old, damaged pipes that are in need of improvements. Pipefitters view pipes upon inspection and suggest if they need to be replaced altogether. Newer pipes are stronger and made of safer materials than older versions.
Different Types of Piping Systems
Piping contractors specialize in one or more types of piping systems. These include pipes that carry air, water, oil, gas, steam, human waste, etc. They work with low pressure, high pressure, compressed air and hazardous materials like toxins or gases. Any mishandling of sensitive pipes causes more damages to the property. Consumers should find specialists who are experienced in handling their pipes in domestic or industrial settings.
Pipefitting is a complex business that includes design, testing, repairs, installations and maintenance. A good pipefitter is committed to your project from start to finish. At our company, we work for a wide range of customers in San Jose, CA that include homeowners, property managers and commercial building owners. When it’s time for your pipes to get fixed, contact us at 408-295-2182 or visit our site to learn more about our services.