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Repipe My Old House or Just a Small Area

If you are dealing with old copper pipe or cast iron drains we can help repipe the entire house.

What Does Repiping a House Mean?

The term "repipe" refers to the process of replacing the existing pipes in your home with new ones. This is generally necessary when the old pipes are damaged, corroded, or no longer able to properly meet the needs of your household.

Repiping a house is a big job, and it's important to choose a qualified and experienced contractor to handle the work.

What is Included in a Repipe?

Generally, the repipe process includes all water lines in the home and new hose connections to each fixture.

In some cases, replacement of new supply lines and a new main shut off to your home is necessary. All new valves in areas under sinks and toilets are often included.

What is Not Typically Included When Repiping a Home?

Repiping a home generally does not include replacement of any appliances, fixtures, or faucets. These can often be reused with the new piping. The water main from the city meter to the home isn't typically included, nor are any leaking faucets or toilets.

Additionally, the water heater and main sewer line from the house to the street is not part of the repiping process.

Why Would You Need to Repipe Your Home?

There are a number of reasons why you might need to repipe your home. One of the most common is that the existing pipes are simply too old and have reached the end of their lifespan.

Another common reason is that the pipes are damaged, either from corrosion or from a physical event like a earthquake or hurricane. In some cases, you might need to repipe your home to meet the demands of a growing family or to accommodate a new addition.

Finding a Contractor to Repipe Your Home

If you're thinking about repiping your home, it's important to find a qualified contractor to do the work. The contractor should be licensed, insured, and experienced in repiping homes.

They should also be able to provide you with a written estimate of the cost of the project. When you're comparing estimates, be sure to ask about any additional costs that might be associated with the project, such as permits or inspections.

If you're in need of a repipe specialist in Franklin, MA, look no further than G&C Plumbing and Heating. Our experienced and qualified team can handle all aspects of your repipe project, from start to finish. We'll work with you to ensure that the job is done right and that your home is left in better condition than when we started. Contact us today to get started.

- Jennifer M.

Both plumbers were polite, clear and friendly and completed thier work in a timely manner. They also pointed out rotting pipes serving the washer and replaced this as well. 


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