House Repiping

Why Repiping?

Do you need a whole house repiping service?

We have been in the plumbing business for more than 35-years and are A+ rated with the Better Business Bureau. Voted by the readers of the San Bernardino Sun as “Favorite Plumbing Company” for several consecutive years in a row.


Whole House Repipe Process
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How to Know When You Need a Whole House Repipe? I’m sure the words “whole house repipe” seem overwhelming. However, they don’t need to be. We have a crew that can help minimize the stress that comes with a whole house repipe.
There are many reasons as to why you might need a repipe. When your pipes become old and corroded, this can contaminate your water as well as cause poor water flow. This corrosion can eventually lead to leaks, which can cause water damage throughout your home. The water can intrude into your floors as well as your walls, and if not treated appropriately, can lead to further damage as well.

Depending on the age, and corrosion level of your pipes, it might be time to do an entire house repipe instead of repairing spots as they continue to leak. Our technicians can evaluate your plumbing and help you decide on whether or not a repipe is necessary.

Signs You Need a Repipe

-Changes in the Taste, Smell, or Color of Water

-Pipes that Require Constant Repairs

-Spike in Water Bill

-Old Pipes

-Frequent Leaky Pipes


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The process of repiping a whole house can take anywhere from a few days to a full week, depending on the size of the house. To get a more accurate idea, please give us a call and tell us about your situation.
Most people are afraid a whole house repipe involves tearing up all the drywall and flooring. This is not true while we may need access to a few areas we do our best to keep this to a minimal.
The cost of repiping a whole house is dependent on the size of the house and how many feet of pipe is needed. Houses with more bathrooms tend to cost more. If you get a chance, please call us and provide information about the size of your home and we can give you a more accurate idea of pricing.
Yes, if you have the opportunity to replace your pipes with PEX do it. PEX is a great product when it comes to pipping and doesn’t corrode like copper pipes.