What is a single family home REPIPE?
A single family home repipe is a complete replacement and/or bypass of the existing water distribution system beginning at the transition point between the exterior and interior service pipe and terminating at the various fixtures within the residence. The major defective pipes are Polybutylene, Kitec, and Pex with yellow fittings which cause leaks and major floods that can result in costly damage to your home. Also, old Galvanized pipes and old Copper pipes develop pin hole leaks which can result in mold growth in your walls or under your slab. Our turn-key service includes replacement of all pipe fittings, stop valves and supply lines as well as the replacement of any drywall extractions necessary to access the current pipelines and/or used to install the new bypass pipelines. This non-invasive procedure also includes drywall refinishing, computer-aided paint matching, painting of the affected areas, and patching, texturing, and painting of ceiling areas that are used for access to the existing pipes and/or for the replacement pipes.
How much does Repiping a home cost?
The average price of a complete turn-key repipe for a 2.5 bath home will run about $5000. For a customized quote specific to your home click on the free online quote button now.
You need to repipe your plumbing system if…
- You have pipe in your home
- You have kitec pipe in your home.
- You have pex with yellow fittings in your home
- You have copper pipe in your home
- You have galvanized pipe in your home
A repipe is the only permanent solution for the defective piping system. polyutylene, kitec, and pex with yellow fittings are known to cause leaks and major floods which can result in costly damage to your home. Old copper pipes and galvanized pipes cause leaks due to corrosion. Low water pressure at a faucet, shower, or washing machine is caused by the buildup of rust and corrosion on the inside of galvanized pipes. As these pipes age, the rust and corrosion continues to build restricting the flow of water more and more. Rusty or discolored water is caused by the rust from the inside of the pipes combining with the water flowing through the pipes. This usually indicated an advanced stage of corrosion in the pipes. Leaks are most commonly caused by corrosion; the chemicals caused by the reaction of the water and the metal, in the form of rust which, over time, eats or wears away the pipes. Iron water pipes coated with zinc to prevent rusting and corroding are called galvanized iron. As galvanized pipes age, the zinc coating gradually wears away exposing the iron. The unprotected iron rusts rapidly in the presence of water. Most residences built pre-1970 were plumbed with this type of piping and will require repiping. Essentially, patching your defective piping system will lead to more leaks as the pipes that were not replaced will continue to fail. This will also result in additional cost, equaling or exceeding almost double the cost of having a complete repipe. With the surfacing of various legally driven problems such as black mold and chronic health concerns, the problems of having a defective piping system have gone from nuisance to a liability nightmare. A complete repipe is the solution that will prevent this nightmare and issues with your insurance company all while increasing your property value.
How is Repiping done?
A typical single family home repipe can be completed in as few as three (3) days or as many as five (5) days, with minimum interruption of water service to the residence (usually no more than 4 hours daily). This ensures that the residents are not without water for a substantial amount of time if they are present at the home during work hours. We will provide the highest quality service starting with floor covering and protection for furniture and other objects in the residence. This keeps the personal property of each resident protected from debris and/or water and makes cleanup quick and easy. The location and routing for the pipes in each residence will be determined using small surgical cuts in the drywall. We utilize the industry’s highest quality of Flowguard Gold CPVC, Copper, or Aquapex (please call for availability) for all repipes. Once the pipes have been replaced, all access points in the drywall and/or ceiling will be patched, re-textured and painted. All work will be completed by our trained specialists; none of the work will be subcontracted.
Single Home Repipe
A single family home repipe is a complete replacement and/or bypass of the existing water distribution system beginning at the transition point between the exterior and interior service pipe and terminating at various fixtures within the residence. The major defective pipes needing repipe are Polybutylene pipe, Kitec pipe, and Pex pipe with yellow fittings which cause leaks and major floods that can result in costly damage to your home. Also, old Galvanized pipes and old Copper pipes develop pin hole leaks which can result in mold growth in your walls or under your slab. Delta Mechanical’s turnkey re-pipe service includes replacement of all pipe fittings, stop valves and supply lines as well as the repair of any access in the drywall created during the repipe process.
Delta Mechanical has the repipe solution to the faulty Polybutylene, Kitec, and Galvanized problems in multifamily structures. Patching your defective piping system will lead to more leaks as the pipes that were not replaced will eventually fail. A complete repipe is the solution that will prevent this nightmare and issues with your insurance company all while increasing the property value.
Boiler Conversion Repipe
Eliminating the domestic hot water boiler system and installing individual water heaters into each unit, turns your plumbing problems into your profit! Eliminating slab leaks, water shut downs, annual boiler repair and maintenance can drastically reduce your annual expenses to heat water for your residents; ROI may be as much as 100% or more.
Laundry Conversion Repipe
Adding washer and dryer connections to each unit provides the owner the opportunity to increase rent, increase and maintain occupancy and add resale value to their investment. Additionally, operating costs are now in the hands of the resident; ROI for this type project is generally seen within five years.
Chilled Water Repipe
Replacing the leaking chilled water pipe system with Delta Mechanical’s design-built CPVC/CORZAN chilled water system, featuring a lifetime warranty, ensures that the piping system will never be touched again. Eliminating water leaks and water shut downs increase efficiency and control operating cost, making this the right solution to your chilled water nightmare.
Sewer Tunneling Repipe
We utilize today’s most innovative and advanced equipment and techniques proven most effective in tunneling and sewer line repair. Delta Mechanical can also provide photo documentation of the issues detected as well as any visible symptoms or damage that has resulted from the problem and recommend necessary corrective action.
Asbestos Abatement Repipe
Delta Mechanical follows strict federal and state regulated laws and procedures to control fiber release from asbestos-containing materials in commercial and residential remediation. This includes removal, encapsulation, repair, enclosure, encasement, and operations and maintenance programs. We are licensed, insured and bonded to remove, store and transport asbestos waste materials.
Why choose Delta?
We are your single source of responsibility! Delta has developed the turn-key solution to the faulty polybutylene, KITEC, copper and galvanized pipe problem. Our technicians are masters in mapping out the best and most creative routes to replace your leaking pipe. Making small surgical cuts in the drywall for plumbing access, keeping the number of access panels for referenced replacement to a minimum, utilizing plastic protection for carpet and furniture, filtering drywall dust from air conditioning systems, using photo quality controls and returning the water supply daily are all part of the process we have developed and perfected for the repiping industry. The repiping process we have developed has become the standard for the industry and is being used for apartments, condos, duplexes, hotels, hospitals and high rise buildings throughout the nation.