Drain Piping Installation and Replacements
Suffered water damage to your home from a drain leak? In need of plumbing repair work? Searching for a residential plumbing contractor knowledgeable in drain piping installation and replacement? Considering extending or modifying your drain piping to accommodate a new bathroom?
Home Performance Group LLC is a local, veteran owned plumbing firm delivering sanitary and safe residential drain piping installation and replacement. Our team maintains the skills and practical expertise to repair damaged drain and sewer pipes, extend and modify drains, and replace or install new drain plumbing. If you have experienced damage or a leak in your homes drain plumbing, Contact our solutions advisor today.
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Home Performance Group LLC delivers safe and sanitary plumbing drain service:
- Drain line camera inspection
- Drain line excavation (underground or under concrete)
- Drain pipe sizing calculations
- Drain pipe installation and replacements
- Vent pipe and stack installation and replacements
- Drain clean-out installation and replacements
- Back-water valve installation and replacement
Plumbing Drain Pipes – Did you Know
Although plastics were available at the turn of the 20th century, most homes built prior to 1960 used metal such cast-iron for drain pipes, or more rarely copper pipe. Due to metal costs, and improved availability of plastic alternatives, nearly all new drain installations use Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC), or Acrylonitrile Butadiene-Styrene (ABS). Both pipes are non-toxic, resistant to most acids, alkalis, and salts, and provide a degree of protection from moderate physical abrasion. Additionally, both pipes may be used in drain, waste and vent plumbing applications. A key difference between PVV and ABS is joining methods. ABS pipe requires a single step glue, whereas PVC requires a two-step primer and solvent cement for connection. Finally, ABS materials are sensitive to UV exposure, and risk deformation after extended durations. Because of the UV risk, some local Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJs) limit the use of ABS for underground applications, indoor plumbing only, or prohibit ABS altogether. Today, PVC is the most common type of residential and light commercial drain, waste and vent pipe.
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Our team approaches sanitary drain system installations and replacements focused on consistent safe operation, and long-term health of the clients who will use our systems. We maintain a Master Plumbing License and participate in annual continuing education to further deepen our technical skills. The above-industry-standard training we receive in pipefitting, plumbing theory, and practical applications ensure our workmanship meets all plumbing code requirements while integrating industry best practices.
We only use plumbing materials with well-established track records of reliable performance, delivering our clients years of dependable, sanitary operation, and peace of mind. All of our supply chain partners are industry leaders with decades of manufacturing excellence such as Charlotte, Crestline, and Dupont. When possible, we buy American made products and continually evaluate emerging technologies.
Our team maintains the technical knowledge in plumbing theory, application, and code requirements ensuring our plumbing installations provide long-term service and safety. Continuous training, coupled with judicious product selection, delivers reliable and sanitary plumbing solutions for our clients.