We keep our trucks fully stocked, so we repipe your home right then and there—no need to schedule another appointment.
You’ll always know the price of your home repiping before any work begins.
We’re here ’til midnight and available on weekends, too.
Since replumbing your whole home might be one of the biggest projects you have to undertake with your home, you might be wondering if it’s better to just try to patch up those leaks and wait for another day to have it all replaced. This could be a good option, but it all depends on how many leaks there are and how much you’re willing to put into fixing old piping. Sometimes, it’s just best to replace it all.
If you have old piping that’s 50 years old and starting to corrode or develop leaks, we recommend getting rid of it. You don’t wanna end up with contaminants in the water that you and your family are drinking and you don’t wanna have to deal with the damage of a hidden leak.
When you have all new piping, you won’t have to worry about leaks for a long time and your system will be easier to maintain and repair. And with Morris-Jenkins, you can rest easy that your plumbing will be done the right way.
What Material Is Best for Whole Home Repipes?
When we install pipes, we use PEX piping. It can fit into tight places and it’s less likely to burst when it freezes because it’s more flexible than other pipes. It’s one of our favorite materials to work with because we trust it to last your family for years to come.