Repiping Services in Lexington

Interested in Repiping Your House? Our Licensed Plumbers Can Help.

Do galvanized steel, CPVC, or PVC pipes plague your house? Or have you needed several leaky pipes fixed recently? If so - it might be time to consider repiping your home. Don’t let that worry you, however. You’ll receive a host of benefits from repiping your home and it’s one of the best ways to upgrade your home. At Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Lexington, KY, we’re pleased to offer quality repiping services. We’ll go above and beyond to ensure your job is done right the first time.

Searching for plumbing repiping services in Lexington? Call us today or simply request your job estimate online.

What Is Repiping & Why is it Beneficial?

Repiping is the process of replacing your old water supply lines throughout your home. It's a crucial undertaking for maintaining a healthy and efficient plumbing system. Old pipes eventually deteriorate, corrode, or develop leaks. This can lead to a host of plumbing problems.

Repiping your home is beneficial for many reasons, including:

  • Prevent Water Damage. Old or damaged pipes can develop leaks, which may go unnoticed until they cause significant water damage to your property. Repiping can prevent these costly and disruptive incidents.

  • Improve Your Water Quality. Aging pipes can release contaminants into your water supply, affecting its quality and safety. Repiping with modern materials ensures clean and safe water for your household.

  • Enhance Water Pressure. Corroded or clogged pipes can restrict water flow, leading to low water pressure in your faucets and showerheads. Repiping restores optimal water pressure for your daily activities.

  • Increase Property Value. Repiping your home can add value to your property. If you're selling, upgrading your pipes will likely make your home more attractive to potential buyers or renters.

Repiping is a proactive and essential measure to maintain the functionality and safety of your plumbing system. Are you experiencing plumbing issues, or do you have concerns about the state of your pipes? Call our licensed plumbers to schedule your job estimate.

To request your Lexington, KY repiping service, call us today or request your service online. We proudly serve the greater Lexington area.

PEX or Copper: Which Should I Choose for Repining My Home?

When we repipe a customer’s home, we recommend two pipes - copper and PEX (cross-linked polyethylene). Both pipes have their pros and cons. Furthermore, our recommendation will be dependent on your needs and water quality.

Below are a few things to consider when choosing between copper and PEX.

PEX - Pros & Cons

  • Pro: More cost-effective to install.
  • Pro: Flexible and easy to install in tight spaces.
  • Pro: Resistant to corrosion.
  • Con: Doesn’t last as long as copper.
  • Con: Flow restriction rate (dependent on fittings).
  • Con: Isn’t ideal for usage outside.

Copper - Pros & Cons

  • Pro: Can last longer than PEX pipes (under ideal conditions).
  • Pro: More environmentally friendly.
  • Con: More expensive to install (material and labor).
  • Con: Subject to corrosion from hard water.
  • Con: Prone to freeze.

The decision between PEX and copper depends on your specific requirements, budget, and long-term goals. Either way, we'll back your repiping service with a reliable warranty.

We Offer Quality Repiping Options and Honest Pricing

At Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Lexington, KY, we’ll take the time to evaluate your home, water quality, and needs. We’ll then offer repiping options tailored to your needs and budget.

Our upfront, honest pricing ensures you know exactly what you're getting, with no surprises. We believe in letting you choose the solution that's right for you, ensuring peace of mind and satisfaction every step of the way.

As licensed and local plumbers, we’re familiar with the area. This means we understand the unique challenges and codes throughout the greater Lexington area. With us, you can have confidence in the safety and longevity of your plumbing system.

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