Without a doubt, a functioning bathroom is important. When it comes to Michigan, many old home were constructed in the 1960s. Like everything, time has a way of detreating things. This includes the bathroom plumbing for showers and tubs. There are many signs that indicate it is time to renovate your plumbing system. Some of these signs include:
If these problems are showing up frequently, than its time to look into some upgrades. Regardless if you are just replacing certain parts of your plumbing or an overhaul, sometimes you need to get custom parts. However, your bathroom is not the only place that could eventually need some new parts and pipes.
When kitchens are getting remodeled, pipes are always up for consideration. During a renovation, a kitchen typically has its cabinets, countertops, and other feature are being moved. It creates the perfect opportunity to update or upgrade your kitchen’s own plumbing system. Especially if your kitchen plumbing is showings signs of aging. However, another reason for specialty pipes and nipples is because of new appliances. When adding an addition like a new fridge or dishwasher, sometimes you have to add waterlines. This also applies for new ovens, who might need a new gas line.
In times like these, people will need specialized pipes, nipple, and fittings. That is why Detroit Nipple Work is always is demand.
Detroit Nipple Works is one of the best manufactures and suppliers of pipes, nipple, and fitting. In addition, our company is the best at fulfilling these demands. Everyday, Detroit Nipple Work has customer calling from all over the United States for our items. When it comes to Bathroom and Kitchen remodeling, there is always a higher demand for custom lengths and brass nipples.
Detroit Nipple Works provides pipes and fittings for a variety of industries. Because of this wide-range of uses, our company provides custom lengths for our clients. Requests for sizes like 2 1/4, 21/8 are more common now. However, we have the capability to cater to our customer’s needs. There are a variety of materials that our fittings and pipes can be made of. In addition, our company sells specialty nipples that made to work with your specific pipe or fitting. However, one of the best nipples for plumbing are brass nipples.
When it comes to commercial plumbing, brass nipples are common. In addition, they are also used in gas, oil, and steam applications. This means these nipples are perfect for home improvement for your bathroom or kitchen. These nipples are always in demand because they are perfect for maintenance and repair purposes!
In applications that require transferring or distributing potable water, the ductile iron pipe is typically the go-to choice of material. Why is this? The inside of ductile iron pipe threading is typically highly resistant to corrosion. The interior of the ductile iron pipe is commonly lined with cement mortar to help extend the lifespan of the piping material when used for water transmission.
The outside, however, is more susceptible to corrosion. The makeup of the soil in which the piping is routed determines the impact of corrosion on the ductile iron pipe. Special tapes are used to wrap the piping before it is routed, to help with corrosion resistance. 100 % recyclable ductile iron piping is the number one choice for water transfer applications.
Before ductile iron piping was used, cast iron piping was used for many of the same applications. Look at ductile iron piping as an “upgrade” to cast iron. Here are just some of the benefits of ductile iron piping compared to cast iron:
Although Detroit Nipple Works does not sell ductile iron piping, we do take on custom threading for various projects like:
If you have projects, requiring special sizes and need fast turnaround then call Detroit Nipple works. We do not sell ductile iron piping as we previously stated. But, we do provide custom threaded nipples up to 12″ for any project. For more information on custom nipples from Detroit Nipple Works, contact us today. Shipping is available, be sure to ask your representative for more information. Finally, make sure to follow us on Facebook!