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At Cooper, our plumbers adhere to the highest plumbing standards when they replace your home’s old pipes. And, we have one of the lowest call-back rates in the area, which means when you hire us, you can expect the job to be done right the first time.
How Much Does it Cost to Repipe a Home?
Our plumbers use high-quality replacement pipes and go the extra mile to make sure your home is repiped properly. Other companies may offer lower prices, but they may also cut corners when they repipe your home, leading to an expensive mess. When you hire Cooper, you can rest assured that your home’s new piping system will last for decades, and that the repiping work will be done neatly and with no lasting damage to your home.
The size of your home. If you have a large or multi-story home, the repipe job will require more materials and labor from the plumber, which raises the cost of the project.
The number of plumbing fixtures in your home. The more plumbing fixtures (sinks, tubs, water heaters, etc.) in your home, the higher the cost of the repiping project. This is because the plumber will need more materials and time to do the job. We make sure to incorporate every plumbing fixture you own into our upfront price estimate—so there are no surprises or hidden fees when you get the bill.
The type of replacement pipe used. Not all pipe materials cost the same. Some cost more than others. Keep in mind, though, that the type of pipe material is dictated primarily by your local codes. Our plumbers will walk you through your options and explain the cost differences before starting any work.
Our whole-home repiping process
Your plumber will show up on time and start by inspecting your home’s pipes with a camera. After assessing the overall condition of the pipes, the plumber will determine which pipes need to be replaced vs repaired, and how much the job will cost. Once the initial diagnosis is complete, the plumber will give you upfront and honest pricing on the cost to repipe your home.
After you sign off on the project, we’ll get right to work. An average whole-home replacement job takes about 2 days to complete, depending on the size of your home. During the project, we may need to shut off your home’s water supply for a time, but we’ll try and keep disruptions to a minimum.
We use high-quality replacement pipes that will last for years. Plus, we offer a 1-year labor guarantee, which means in the rare event something was done incorrectly, we’ll fix the problem for free.
Signs your pipes need to be replaced
Since repiping your home is a big investment, you want to make sure you really need the service.
The best way to know whether your pipes should be replaced is to have a trusted plumber visit your home and perform a camera inspection. The inspection allows the plumber to easily assess the condition of your home’s pipes.
The following situations also indicate that it may be time to repipe your home:
This was the first time we hired a plumber from Cooper. We were very happy with the two gentlemen that came out here. They were knowledgeable and very customer service-oriented.
- Ellie A. | Denver homeowner