Updating and General Makeovers forum: Plumbing dismantling and renovation

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leopard
Jun 13, 2019 11:32 PM CST
We have decided to renovate our house this summer. It's an old house, and everything in there has either become old or has got ruined. We have to improve the wiring and plumbing inside the house. Especially the plumbing, we had so many leaks here and there. Probably it was because of drain blocks in the plumbing. Once, we had a huge drainage block, and the basement was almost flooded. We had to take the help of a plumber to repair it, and he charged us a lot. We have low water pressure inside the house, probably due to blocks and what not. We have to install new heaters in the house as well. This time, I am going to call plumbing services in Toronto(https:/www.brothersplumbing.ca/services/emergency-services/). Even there might be roots which have gone into the pipes that have caused blocks. I was wondering if it is possible to dismantle the entire plumbing system and have a new one. I had all the plumbing plastered to my walls. They will have a hectic job of digging up the ground and drilling the walls for the plumbing. Is this possible? Please do leave your suggestions. Thank you.

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