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How to repair leaking pipes

October 10, 2019 by Glain max  


Most people when the find a leak will automatically call for a plumber. A few hours later the leak is stopped and your wallet is lighter by 300 -$500 lighter.

Now There is a real low cost permanent alternative to costly plumbing bills.

A pipe repair clamp, the same as used by your local utility company to repair their leaks is now available to consumers to repair leaks in their home pipe network, including the water supply pipe from the meter , and it’s permanent.

Superior Direct offer a kit of five clamps to repair every size of pipe in your home for less than $100. Yup, it’s true, you can repair any size of pipe at any time in your home for about $20. Think of the cost saving compared to calling out a plumber.

Learn more and visit www.superiordirect.com


Assess your home's plumbing to determine what type of piping material is installed in the home. Different materials have different life expectancies and pose different problems. When you purchased your home, an appraisal or inspection report would have detailed the type of piping material in your home. For instance, historic homes used clay, which deteriorates much more quickly than modern materials. Each pipe material has a lifespan:

Copper: 50+ years
Brass: 40 to 45 years
Cast Iron: 75 to 100 years
Galvanized Steel: 20 to 50 years
PVC piping can last indefinitely.

While these long-life cycles may look impressive, you also need to consider the pipe joints, fittings and mechanical components that connect your plumbing to household fixtures. Aged or faulty fixtures and compromised connections can lead to leaks and water backups.

Signs of Failing Plumbing

The most obvious sign that your home has a plumbing problem will be obvious pipe cracks, corrosion or leaks from the piping. Superior Direct offer a low cost alternative to replacing an entire pipe network. Leaking pipes can be repaired permanently and at a fraction of the cost by you the
homeowner. Simply wrap the stainless steel clamp around the leaking pipe , tighten the nut and the larking pipe is stoped permanently. Visit our website for more information and practical tips to keep your pipes. In good repair.