Repiping in Houston
When homeowners in Houston find themselves in need of plumbing replacement or repiping, they turn to the professionals at Pipe Doctors.
Our team of full-service plumbers offer prompt, effective pipe replacements. We install only the latest, most efficient piping to ensure ease-of-maintenance and durability for years to come. We also use the highest quality equipment and hardware in our repiping.
Our services will provide your home with years of dependable, functional access to water, adding significant value to your property.
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Dependable Repiping Services in Houston
With the specialists at Pipe Doctors, installing new pipes or replacing existing ones has never been easier, faster, or more cost-effective. Whether you’re amid a new construction, renovation, or are simply in need of an upgrade, our plumbers can perform diligent repiping to keep water flowing smoothly.
Repiping your home’s plumbing features has many advantages. Dated homes often have plumbing comprised of materials which are obsolete, such as lead. Overtime, even the most well-installed plumbing fixtures will depreciate in performance. If you notice issues with water quality, pressure, or leaks, it’s likely that you will require pipe replacements.
Repiping with new materials will provide great durability and long-lasting performance, making it an excellent home investment. By switching to modern fixtures, you also significantly increase your home’s energy efficiency, reducing energy bills as well as your environmental footprint.
To learn more about repiping options for your home, contact us today!
Prompt Piping Installations Suited to Any Home
When our team arrives at your home, we will begin with a comprehensive plumbing inspection. We will assess the state and condition of your pipes as well as test for water pressure and quality.
If pipe replacement proves necessary, our plumbers will proceed with our workmanship. We will begin by carefully removing the existing lines and drains. We have experience working with numerous piping materials, including copper, PEX, and others. Based on your budget and needs, we can recommend the perfect pipe for your home.
We are committed to working patiently yet efficiently and make every effort to minimize disruptions. Your home’s water supply will only be shut off briefly while we install your new pipes.
In no time, your new plumbing system will be ready for years of dependable performance.
Experienced, Qualified Plumbing Professionals
Our team has been providing outstanding, reliable plumbing service to Houston residents for many years.
The quality of our workmanship, prompt availabilities, and great rates have built us a solid reputation in the area. Each member of our team is committed to friendly, helpful customer service, and can make expert recommendations for your home’s present and future plumbing needs.
Our familiarity with a variety of plumbing materials make us your home’s one-stop shop for plumbing excellence.
Add Convenience, Efficiency, and Value to Your Home with Repiping
If you are considering pipe replacement for your home, look no further than the experts at Pipe Doctors. We have the knowledge and resources to completely replace your home’s plumbing, keeping it functioning efficiently for years to come.
To learn more, contact us today!
Is it Time to Repipe Your Houston Home? Read This Guide to Find Out
It’s true that most Houston homeowners don’t think much about the piping that provides them with fresh water and keeps household waste out of sight. After all, the sign of an efficient and functional plumbing is that you don’t notice it at all, because it works exactly as it should.
If your house was built in the last 10 years, you can probably skip reading this guide. For everyone else in Houston—including the many of us that purchased an older home or a home that had been built by another family—plumbing problems are probably an unfortunate reality.
The fact of the matter is that your home’s structure is built to last a long time. If well-built, your home can probably live for a hundred years or more. But the piping that was installed by the original plumber? Not so much. If you have lead pipes in your home, they may last, but at a significant cost to your health and the health of your loved ones. CPVC piping was all the rage in the last few decades, but the material is brittle and prone to burst.
How Do I Know if My House is Due for a Repipe?
The most significant predictor or worn or damaged pipes is widespread plumbing problems in a given area of the house. If the pipes are very old or seriously damaged, you may experience plumbing problems all over your home.
Some of the most common problems that indicate your need for a plumbing overhaul are:
- Drains that clog frequently or drain slowly, even after they’ve been cleaned
- Water leaks and damage in walls, ceilings, or under floorboards
- Poor water pressure
- Sewage smell coming from pipes or walls
If you’ve had to deal with any of these problems more than once over the last two years, it’s about time you had a professional plumber come in to examine your home’s plumbing architecture. By performing a full leak detection audit, our trained and licensed technicians can determine if you have weak spots in your home’s plumbing. It’s possible that your pipe damage is limited to one area of the home, but if your water is very hard or very acidic, you may have eroding pipes all over.
How Much Does Repiping a House Cost?
This all depends on the condition of your home’s existing plumbing, the size of your home, and which material you will choose to replace your pipes with. For example, new copper pipes are very expensive compared to cheaper PEX pipes, but will last for up to 100 years!
It’s true that the repipe cost will be one of the more expensive home renovation projects you undertake as a homeowner. But you’ll likely recoup much of that cost if you sell your home. To find out more about how new plumbing technologies can keep your water flowing smoothly, give Pipe Doctors a call for a free no-obligation estimate.