Locally owned and operated, Southern Plumbing is Houston’s premier repiping company. We have been providing exceptional quality service and superior craftsmanship to Houston and the surrounding areas since 2004. Our dedicated team of honest, certified licensed professionals are specialists in repipe work. The combination of using quality american made products, our dedication to a great customer experience and prompt, excellent service has earned us the reputation of being Houston’s Most Trusted repiping company. We offer efficient, affordable and successful warranty backed solutions to all of your repiping needs. Contact our office at 281-247-0144 to speak to one of our experts today.
Repiping Service in Houston
We fix leaking pipes behind walls and in your ceiling
Southern Plumbing is consistently ranked as the number one repiping service in Houston. As specialists in repipe, our main focus is to ensure you receive the greatest quality service at an affordable fair market price. Our knowledgeable staff are the leading experts for repiping in the Houston area. Do not just take our word for it, please listen to our owner in the following videos as he explains the complexities of repipe. His honesty, knowledgeable leadership and expertise has made us the most prominent repiping company in Houston.
What is Repiping?
We fix corroded plumbing
The process of replacing all the outdated, damaged or leaking pipes. These pipes are located in the ceiling, the walls, and areas that run to a fixture within the home. We have gotten our process down to a science, so you don’t have to worry about us ripping down all of your walls to expose your pipes. We first run the main pipes from the ceiling and then we drop them down through the small holes that we cut in the selected locations for the necessary connection points. Then after the pipes are installed we repair the small holes and leave you with your new system.
What are the most common reasons to repipe my home?
Do you have leaking pipes?
A repipe job would be ideal for individuals that are tired of repairing leaks in their home. The constant water damage and repairs for the holes in the ceiling eventually cost more than having the house repiped. Low water pressure is another reason people elect to have their homes repiped. After years of wear and tear, the pipes begin to clog and look similar to a corroded artery. This build up causes a major reduction in the pressure of the water causing it to trickle out rather than work properly.
What is PEX and why is it used to repipe?
Pex Piping Solutions
PEX stands for cross-linked polyethylene. It is a poly plastic. PEX is a plastic tubing designed for potable (drinkable) systems that has been in the USA for several years. There are several brands of PEX on the market. For example – one brand has an one hundred year warranty, whereas another has a twenty five year warranty. Whatever the brand may be, PEX is a durable and solid material that is effective and efficient in the plumbing industry.
What is the average cost of repiping my home?
How much to fix my plumbing
Using a 2500 – 3000 square foot house as an example, the pricing for repiping would vary from 5k – 15k for a house that size. Due to our precision installation process we have developed over the years, we can repipe the home with minimum invasive damage to replace the pipes. The minute access points that we cut into the walls to install the pipes can be repaired by a third party contractor that we use for our repiping jobs. We will be happy to provide you with his contact information upon completion of the project.
Will my homeowner’s insurance or warranty cover the cost of repiping?
It depends on your coverage
Typically your homeowners insurance will pay for the cost of a repair for a pipe. Home warranties could possibly cover some plumbing repairs as well. This is going to depend upon your policies and your deductible. They will not cover a repiping job, that is something the homeowner will have to pay an out of pocket expense for. In our experience in the industry we have seen some homeowners insurance agencies mandate the entire house has to be repiped prior to them insuring the home.