Polybutylene Pipe Replacement Cost
The price of replacing existing polybutylene piping in a house depends on a few factors:
- Size of the house and more specifically the size and complexity of the actual plumbing – all pipes going from the supply line (utility water intake) to all the different water appliances: faucets, showers, washer and drier closets, bathrooms, hot water tubs etc.
- The complexity of the walls behind which the current pipes are; not all current pipes get actually replaced many of the current pipes can simply be disconnected and then bypassed with the new plumbing (from a longer lasting material than polybutylene); this a great way to reduce repipe cost in many situations.
- The new piping material used. Some modern options are copper, PEX, PVC (or CPVC).
AMA Repiping can do a free estimate for your polybutylene repipe project. So Call us!