Repipe Specialists in Mesa/Gilbert, Arizona
Phend Plumbing is your local repiping specialist in the Phoenix Valley area. With offices in Mesa and Gilbert, Arizona, our family-owned business has years of experience helping homeowners and businesses with their plumbing problems. We offer up-front pricing and fast, professional work. What’s more, Phend Plumbing offers the following:
- The latest technology.
- American-made products.
- Over 10 years of experience serving the Mesa-Phoenix area.
Having issues with your piping? While a simple repair may cost less in the short-run, repiping can save you stress, time, and money on future issues. Call us now to schedule your Repipe Plumbing Service.
How much does it cost to Repipe a house?
The cost to repipe a house depends on a variety of factors, such as:
- The size of your house.
- The number of sinks and toilets you have.
- The material for your new pipes.
- The number of stories your house has.
Given these different factors, it’s difficult to give a concrete estimate for the cost of repiping your home. That being said, this number can vary greatly, and we recommend starting with a free estimate.
Do Plumbers do Repiping?
Some plumbers can do repiping, but not all plumbers specialize in it. We suggest looking for a plumber who specializes in repiping jobs to ensure that the work is done correctly. At Phend Plumbing, we have a team of plumbers who are expert repipers.
What is included in a Repipe?
A repipe includes different things depending on the plumbing company that you work with. However, the majority of repiping services include the following:
- Completely replacing all water lines in the building.
- New hose connections.
- Brand-new valves under sinks and toilets.
- New supply lines.
Does Repiping a house add value?
Potential buyers might be hesitant to buy an older home with pipelines that are outdated. That’s why repiping your house won’t just fix problems for you now, but it can also make it easier for you to sell your home in the future.
What is the best material to Repipe a house? Should I use PEX or copper?
While copper piping is the most commonly used material, more and more people are opting for PEX, which stands for cross-linked polyethylene, piping when repiping or constructing their homes. Because it’s made of plastic instead of metal, PEX is more cost-effective than copper piping. It is also more lightweight, which makes it cheaper to ship.
We’re sure you have more questions after reading this post, and that’s a good thing! Here are some more questions you should be asking before you go with a repiping specialist:
- How long will the project take?
- Will you clean up afterward?
- When is payment due?
- Are you licensed?
These are all excellent questions, and if they’re ones that you want some answers to, you just might need a professional plumber for your Repipe Service. Give us a call at 480-388-6093 to see how we can help.
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