Frequently Asked Questions
LEARN MORE ABOUT A WHOLE HOME REPIPE
We’ve completed more than 75,000 successful and efficient whole-home repipes, giving homeowners the peace of mind that comes with permanent solutions to water pipe issues. We have seen and fixed it all. Got questions? Check out our most common questions and answers below.
Why Choose Repipe Specialists FAQs
What are the benefits of repiping?
After a repipe, you will have:
- No more leaks!
- Excellent water pressure throughout your home
- Clean water that actually looks like water
- High-quality plumbing for decades
- The ability to shower without ensuring that no one else in the house flushes the toilet
- Peace of mind that your plumbing is the best it can be
- A positive selling point for your home
Is Repipe Specialists a licensed contractor?
Yes, we are a fully licensed contractor in each state that we operate in.
Do you offer a warranty?
How long has Repipe Specialists been in business?
Having repiped more than 75,000+ homes in 30+ years, we know what it takes for things to flow smoothly — to keep pipes from leaking, to keep low water pressure from happening, and to ensure homeowners feel 1000% confident about what’s behind their walls and under their floors.
What type of pipes are used in a whole home repipe?
What type of PEX piping do you install?
We use the finest PEX System available, Uponor Type "A" AquaPEX, to ensure your house’s best plumbing system. It has a 100-year lifetime expectation. Unquestionably the best-engineered PEX system on the market. There are no chemicals, glues, or solvents in PEX. The PEX system is also entirely lead-free.
PEX is superior in quality, has a lifetime guarantee, and provides the cleanest water supply for you and your family.
What type of copper piping do you install?
Do you offer other plumbing services?
Will my house be a mess during the process?
No. Our technicians are trained to keep your home clean and neat while also protecting your floors and furnishings. Plus, we fully clean our job sites after each day.
What type of repiping do you do?
We replace existing fresh hot and cold water piping in residential homes, as well as in multi-family complexes.
We perform repipes with the highest quality, made-in-the-USA PEX tubing and Grade L copper pipes.
Repiping services we do not offer:
- Wastewater piping
- Gas piping
- Irrigation systems
- Epoxy pipe lining (we believe that pipe replacement is a superior solution vs lining old pipes with epoxy)
- General plumbing services
How long does the job take?
Often, we are able to complete a home repipe in a single day with the city inspection and wall patching following right behind. Your water will be off during the middle of the day while we are repiping your home, but you will always have water by the end of the day.
Who installs my repipe?
We thoroughly screen and partner with established local owners with 1 or 2 crews.
Our installers are the only certified repipers in the industry.
We are one of the few companies in the United States with Superior Court-appointed installers designated to repair and replace other companies’ work.
An owner or senior supervisor runs every job.
All our installers are certified with the highest training available in the industry, including training in our proprietary One-Stop Repipe™ Process.On average, most of our crews have been repiping for 15+ years.
Do you repipe commercial, multi-family properties?
Cost & Pricing FAQs
How much will my repipe cost?
This depends on the size of the job and the materials you want to use, but the majority of our repiping jobs fall between $4,500 and $15,000. Our quotes include the cost of patching walls, pulling permits, passing inspection, and a lifetime warranty.
Contact us to schedule a free, no obligation estimate from one of our Customer Estimators.
Do you offer financing?
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Contact us by phone or email with any questions, or to schedule a no-obligation in-home (or remote) consultation with one of our Estimators.
Call 346-279-1599 to schedule an estimate. If you reach our answering service, please leave a message: we return calls in the order they are received.
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Company & License Information
TX License #42223 Master Plumber