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Freshwater Plumbing Repipes

What is Involved?


Waterline repiping is the process of replacing the water supply plumbing system in your home. The process involves removing old pipes that are readily accessible and installing new piping that meets today’s plumbing standards. You’ll see this repiping running from both your hot and cold-water sources to all of the existing fixtures and faucets throughout your home.

What is the Timeline?

The amount of time it takes to complete your waterline repiping is going to depend on a number of factors. However, the average time is between one and three days. Larger homes are going to take longer to repipe. Remember that you won’t have running water during the repiping process, so planning is an absolute necessity.


Will Drywall be Affected?

When a plumbing professional repipes the waterlines throughout your home, there may be some cosmetic repairs that will need to be addressed afterward. It’s highly likely that some of your water lines run behind drywall and other building materials.


A plumber may need to cut into your drywall to expose the area where they will be laying the new piping. While the objective is to minimize any potential damage, you can expect to have some holes in your drywall after the repiping process is complete. These will need to be repaired once the repiping is done.


At Kraken Plumbing we endeavor to make the process as seamless and easy for you as possible. We coordinate with your schedule to help minimize disruption to your daily life, complete our work in an efficient pace and always clean up after ourselves at the end of each project.


We would be happy to estimate your repipe project in Ormond Beach, Palm Coast or Port Orange.


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