We Do Repipes and we do ‘em right!

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  • Fast reliable repipes

  • Budget-friendly financing

  • Affordable prices

  • Trust worthy technicians

  • Lifetime warranty

  • 5 Star Rating

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Professional Houston Repipe Service - Houston, TX

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Very professional and thorough from start to finish. The quote was right on the money, the scope of work was explained clearly, the process was outlined and the work completed well within schedule. The patching was quick and clean. A great experience provided by a top class business.
— Robert M (BBB Review)

Houston Repipe Services

Looking for reliable, cost-effective repiping solutions for your home? Call  832-819-8337 to learn how we can help you today! We Do Repipes serves all of Houston and its surrounding areas. Deferred interest and payments available to you.* We warranty all work. Call today.

Call us Today for Upfront Pricing & Unmatched Service - 832-819-8337

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  • Affordable whole house repipes in 1-2 days

  • Uponor (PEX) certified company

  • Family owned, locally operated in Houston, TX

  • Free quotes and price comparison on repipes

  • Licensed and fully insured

  • Interest free financing and in house financing available*

  • Satisfaction guarantee

  • Next day appointments available

  • Flexible scheduling

  • Repipe specialists perform all repipes



We provide turn-key Houston repiping services in the Houston Metroplex and surrounding areas. When you request a free quote, one of our experienced professionals will arrive to conduct a skilled analysis and assessment of your home plumbing needs.

WE DO REPIPES is a local family owned Houston plumbing company dedicated to providing the highest quality whole house repipes in the greater Houston Texas area. We stand behind all of our work. Read more about the company.

Our Houston repipe plumbers are repipe specialists. We use the best materials available and provide excellent service. You always get experienced plumbers and technicians for your Houston residential plumbing project. We strive to complete most whole house repipes in 1-2 days. And if your home takes more time, worry not, you will have water every evening.  


Signs you Need to Replace your Existing Pipes (Repipe)

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Early signs you may need a repipe is low water pressure and difficulty controlling the water temperature. More obvious signs its time to replace your plumbing is rusty colored water, corroded pipes, and/or water pipe leaks. Call us today at 832-819-8337 to have your home evaluated.

Temperature Issues Leaky Pipes Rusty Water Corroded Pipes Low Water Pressure

Should I Repipe My Houston Home?

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There are a number of reasons for replacing your home’s plumbing or repiping. Leaks may not demand a total repipe, but this becomes an important consideration if they’re combined with other factors like an aging system and/or inferior pipe materials. Aged and worn pipes in your home's plumbing system can contaminate your water supply with debris from their corroded interiors, while also introducing water into the walls and floors of your home. Depending on the extent of wear your plumbing system has suffered, it may be more viable to replace your home's entire pipe system than to repair sections as they fail. Our experts at We Do Repipes can provide you with a thorough analysis of your home's plumbing system and help you decide whether you would be better served with a repair or a whole house repipe.  When it comes to reliable and affordable repipe specialists in and around Houston, We Do Repipes is the answer. Call us today 832-819-8337.


What material should I use to Repipe?

Repiping plumbing lines in your home is a big job – and it’s a job you want to get right. But the range of plumbing pipe materials to choose from can make it confusing. Here we look at some of the characteristics of the major pipe types to help you choose the right pipe for your plumbing.

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Uponor PEX - A

A common, cost effective repipe is PEX repiping. PEX (cross-linked polyethylene) is the newest pipe for residential use. Approved in many regions of the country, PEX is relatively easy for an plumber to install because it cuts easily, is flexible, and uses compression fittings. Permanent connections are created using a special crimping tool. We recommend PEX for Houston repipe work because its flexibility makes it easy to insert in existing water line pathways with less wall destruction. Our specialist only use high quality PEX for your repipe. PEX is the more affordable and contemporary option for repiping. We only use the best PEX materials, uponor's lead-free plumbing system from inlet to faucet, providing you and your family a safe, clean and healthy system for transporting water. Learn more about repipes and the repiping process.

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PVC piping

This white or cream-colored pipe is the most commonly used pipe for drain lines. PVC pipes are often used for the main water supply to your home as well as the home sinks, toilet, and bathtub drain lines or vent stacks. It’s strong, untouchable by chemicals, and seems to last forever! Drawbacks are it can’t be used for hot water as it warps when exposed to heat and the concerns over effects on drinking water and the environment.

CPVC piping

Similar to PVC but is heat resistant and eliminate the drinking water concerns. If this material is frozen, it splits requiring complete replacement.

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Copper Piping

Copper pipe resists corrosion, so it’s commonly used pipe in water supply lines. It costs more expensive than PVC but it lasts! There are two common types of copper pipe:

Rigid copper, which comes in three thicknesses. Type M is the thinnest but is strong enough for most homes. Types L and Type K are thicker and used in outdoor and drain applications. To cut rigid copper, you’ll need a wheel cutter, tube cutter, or a hacksaw. Pipes are usually connected with soldered (sweat) fittings and compression fittings can connect the pipe to shut-off valves.

Flexible copper, which is often used for dishwashers, refrigerator icemakers, and other appliances that need a water supply. It’s easy to bend, but if it kinks, you must cut the piece off and replace it. Sections of flexible copper pipe are joined using either soldered or compression fittings.

The primary drawbacks in using copper is the significantly higher price tag due to the material itself and the increased labored required for installation. Copper requires more wall destruction during a repipe.



We understand. This is a big decision. Read our reviews on BBB, Nextdoor, Yelp, and Google or visit our review page to see what our customers are saying about us. Then call us at 832-819-8337 to find our why we are a 5 star company.