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Winston-Salem Pipe Services

Plumbing Pipe Installation, Repair & Replacement

Whether you have a problem with your pipes in Winston-Salem or need new plumbing pipes installed, call PF Plumbing. We hold an unlimited plumbing contracting license and general contractor license from water, sewer, grading, and excavating. We can repair and replace any type of pipes, including water pipes, sewer pipes, and even gas lines; call us for help with all the pipes throughout your home.


If you have questions or want more information about our services, give us a call today at (336) 439-3040 or contact us online.


Installation of New Plumbing Pipes

If you need installation of new plumbing pipes in Winston-Salem, call PF Plumbing for everything for rerouting plumbing and installing water lines for appliances in a remodeling project to complete plumbing installation for a new construction project. We are equipped to handle remodels, renovations, additions, and new construction projects of all sizes.

Repair vs. Replacement

Do you have a problem with your plumbing pipes? If it is a problem with a single pipe, you will likely need repair or replacement of one section of pipe. However, older homes and more complex issues may require replacing all the plumbing pipes. We can inspect your pipes and determine the best solution to your problem. There are some indications that it may be time to replace all the pipes in your home.

What Should I Do if My Pipes Are Leaking?

If you discover that your pipes are leaking, it's important to take action promptly to prevent further damage. Here's what you can do:

  • Turn off the Water: Locate the main water shutoff valve in your home and turn it off to stop the flow of water. This will prevent more water from leaking out and causing additional damage.
  • Assess the Damage: Determine the extent of the leak and assess any damage it may have caused to surrounding areas, such as walls, floors, or ceilings.
  • Contain the Leak: Place a bucket or container under the leak to catch any dripping water. You can also use towels or rags to soak up excess water and prevent it from spreading.
  • Call a Plumber: Contact a licensed plumber as soon as possible to repair the leak. They have the expertise and tools to fix the issue safely and effectively.
  • Mitigate Further Damage: If the leak has caused damage to your home, take steps to mitigate further damage. This may include drying out affected areas, removing damaged materials, and addressing any mold or mildew growth.
  • Consider Insurance: If the leak has caused significant damage, contact your home insurance provider to see if the repairs are covered under your policy.

Remember, dealing with a leaking pipe can be complex and potentially hazardous, so it's best to leave repairs to the professionals.

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Signs that pipes need to be replaced include:

  • Low water pressure
  • An increase in water bills
  • Discoloration in the water
  • Strange odors in the water
  • Dirt present in the water
  • Frequent leaks
  • Wet spots around the pipe connections

As homes age, the plumbing pipes can begin to corrode and wear out. It is important to have your plumbing system inspected on a regular basis to assess the integrity of the plumbing pipes and make sure they are holding up. This allows us to avoid burst pipes, which can result in costly damage. It is a good idea to have the pipes inspected at least every five years or more often if you live in an older home.


If you have concerns about your plumbing pipes in Winston-Salem, call (336) 439-3040. Ask about our Service Partner Programto receive regular system inspection.


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