How Can I Save Water & Lower My Water Bill?

Saving water is not only beneficial for the environment but also helps reduce your utility bills. Here are some effective ways to conserve water in your home: Fix Leaks Promptly: Even small drips can waste significant amounts of water over time. Regularly check faucets, showerheads, and toilet flappers for leaks and repair them promptly. Install […]

How Do I Get Hot Water Quicker?

Waiting for hot water can be frustrating, but there are several solutions to get hot water faster in your home. Here are a few methods: Insulate Your Pipes: Insulating hot water pipes can reduce heat loss as the water travels from your heater to your faucets. This means the water will be warmer when it […]

How will AquaTek gain access to my existing pipes?

We employ our own sheetrock and stucco crew. Unless otherwise noted on your written estimate, we will cut all walls where needed to access areas of piping, i.e. under cabinets, rear of toilets, rear of water heaters, shower valves. After pipe installation and inspection by the City inspector, the sheetrock and stucco will be replaced […]

What type of material does AquaTek use?

We use type (L) copper. AquaTek uses only the finest quality materials in your home. Although there are thinner and thicker grades of pipe available, it is our professional opinion that this is the best pipe for your home. All fittings will be wrought, copper, or rough brass. Where gate shut offs are used, i.e. […]

What does a repipe actually involve?

Unless otherwise noted on the estimate sheet, all domestic piping will be replace from where the main enters the home to all fixtures. We suggest that the water main be replaced from the meter to the house. If it is galvanized steel, AquaTek will dig and backfill to a finished grade. Shrubbery is excluded unless […]

Do I need a city permit?

Because your entire home is being repiped, it is not considered to be a “repair”. Therefore, the city or county in which you reside will require that a permit be issued. The permit will be charged as an extra “actual cost”, plus a $140.00 administrative fee to acquire the permit (waiting time, etc.).