If your home or building was built prior to 1980, then the chances are that you have galvanized (steel) plumbing pipes. Galvanized pipes rust. A one-inch galvanized pipe can become so clogged with rust over the years that it narrows to where you can hardly see through it.
The result can be low water pressure or clogged drains. Worse, the pipes can leak or burst, damaging your home or business.
If you see signs of rust on the pipes or if they suffer from low water pressure, or clogs or leaks which just keep happening, then we recommend repiping with copper pipes, which do not rust. We are copper repiping specialists, and we can give you a free estimate for this type of work.