How Much Does it Cost to Repipe a House with PEX?

Replacing the pipes in your home is an excellent way to extend the life of your hard-to-reach water pipes and reduce repainting costs. The exact cost of replacing a pipe or “pipe” will depend on the total number of accessories in your home, the size of your house, the accessibility of the pipes, and whether it's a one- or two-story house. The key to a successful refinishing of any home is to detect faulty pipes first and replace them as soon as possible. Depending on the length of the pipe and the materials used, the cost of replacing the pipes can range from a few thousand dollars to tens of thousands of dollars.

When considering how much it will cost to repipe a house with PEX, there are several factors to consider. The size of the house, the number of accessories, and the accessibility of the pipes all play a role in determining the cost. Additionally, whether it is a one- or two-story house will also affect the price. The length of the pipe is also an important factor when calculating the cost.

If you are replacing the entire house or just the connection between the meter and the residence, this will affect how much you pay for materials and labor. The materials used will also have an impact on how much you pay for repiping. PEX is a popular choice for repiping because it is durable and cost-effective. The cost of replacing pipes can range from a few thousand dollars to tens of thousands of dollars depending on all these factors.

It is important to get an accurate estimate from a professional plumber before beginning any repiping project. They can assess your home and provide you with an accurate estimate for how much it will cost to repipe your house with PEX.

Ted Bell
Ted Bell

Ted is a nationally recognized home repiping expert. He's been repiping homes in San Diego since 1993 and has been a frequent Angi's Super Service Award winner.