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Question:

What factors contribute to the corrosion of pipes?

Answer:

Henry Johnson, Plumbing Expert

Pipe corrosion is a common problem that can lead to leaks, reduced water pressure, and even water damage. The most common causes of pipe corrosion include the age of the pipes, the pH level of the water, and the presence of certain minerals in the water. For example, if your home has old galvanized pipes and hard water, the pipes may be more susceptible to corrosion. Additionally, if the pH level of your water is too low or too high, it can cause corrosion over time. At 5 Star Best Plumbing, our specialists are experienced in identifying and addressing pipe corrosion issues. Whether you need water heater repair or repiping services, we can help.

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