1. Can You Shower and Water the Lawn at the Same Time?

    Most homeowners today don't have to worry about low water pressure or running out of hot water while they're showering and the washing machine or dishwasher is running at the same time. However, there are some homes that still have old galvanized pipes in them, and if you've ever turned on the tap o…Read More

  2. Get Rid of that Patchwork of Pipes

    Low water pressure can be a headache for any homeowner and if you've hired a plumber in the past, or replaced pipes yourself, you could be left with a patchwork of pipes. You experienced increased water pressure for a while, but after a few months, the same problem reappeared. You turned on your sho…Read More

  3. Copper Piping is Worth the Price

    At Gladiator Repipe, we've spoken with several San Jose homeowners who were concerned about the cost of installing copper piping in their home. While we understand their concerns, we believe that the durability and longevity of copper outweighs its initial cost. Copper pipes are better at retaining …Read More

  4. Copper Repiping for Your Rental Property

    As a property owner in San Jose, you want to provide your tenants with a comfortable home, and take care of any issues that arise. If you're renovating an apartment complex or condominium, Gladiator Plumbing & Repipe can handle anything you need in regards to water heaters, copper repiping, and …Read More

  5. Copper Piping Provides Long-Lasting Plumbing

    When indoor plumbing became more commonplace nearly 100 years ago, there were many materials that were used for piping. Cast iron, copper, and galvanized steel were among those materials, and each one offered a strong, viable option for plumbers. However, copper is the only material that has truly s…Read More

  6. Rusty Pipes Don’t Have to Be a Problem Any Longer

    When your house was built and the pipes were installed, the plumber might have told you, or the previous homeowner, that the galvanized pipes would last for many, many years. While they may have lasted up until now, chances are that the zinc inside those galvanized pipes has begun to erode and rust …Read More

  7. A Kitchen Remodel is a Great Time for Repiping Your Home

    If you're remodeling your kitchen, you're probably thinking about replacing the plumbing at the same time. With the refrigerator, sink, garbage disposal, and dishwasher all requiring plumbing, it makes sense to upgrade not only your appliances, but your piping as well. At Gladiator Repipe in San Jos…Read More

  8. Copper Repiping for Your Business

    As a business owner, you want to make sure that your company building is as comfortable and inviting as possible for both your customers and your employees. This is especially true for your bathroom and kitchen facilities, since a customer may have to use the restroom while they're visiting, and sev…Read More

  9. Copper Pipes Can Keep Up with Your Water Demand

    Everyone that has to get up early for work looks forward to taking a hot shower, making a cup of coffee, and feeling awake before heading out the door. If you're the first one up in your house, you get the first hot water of the day, but if there are three or four others in the house, you want to ma…Read More

  10. How Long Will It Take for a Whole House Repipe?

    Any remodeling project takes time, and having an accurate schedule or timetable can help any homeowner keep their stress level at a minimum. When you hire a contractor to tackle those larger projects, such as an addition or a whole house repipe, you often have to work with their schedule and adapt a…Read More