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Why re-pipe your home with AquaFi?
• A re-pipe can add thousands to your home value
• Re-pipe is recommended maintenance for older homes
Old, outdated pipes will corrode and burst
Small leaks and high water bills are common in older homes
• The AquaFi team has performed 2,000+ re-pipe in Central Florida
50+ years of combined plumbing experience
• Can complete a re-pipe for a 3 bed 2 bath home in 1 day

A whole house re-pipe is when you replace all of the water lines in the house from the point of entry to every fixture in the house that requires water.   Whole house re-pipes require an inspection from the local municipality.  The plumbing inspector will check all water lines to ensure everything is in correct working order.  The Plumbing inspector will also look at the workmanship of the job to ensure the homeowner is getting a quality job done.

There are several reasons to perform a whole house re-pipe, in the south where homes have no basements the  plumbing water lines are run below the concrete slab of the home.  When these plumbing lines develop a plumbing leak below the concrete it is called a slab leak.  Slab leaks are a common problem that is not easily solvable.  The first issue is finding the plumbing leak, there are several ways to find the plumbing leak the most common is by using leak detection equipment to listen through the concrete slab to pinpoint its location.  Once the plumbing leak is located you must break open the concrete using a jack hammer to expose the leaking plumbing line.  At which time the plumber will repair the leak and re-pour the concrete.  While this is an effective method for quickly stopping the plumbing leak it is not a long term solution.  The collateral costs associated with this method depending on the location can be quite high. If the leak is below a hardwood floor, under the bathroom or the kitchen cabinets.  Many times a whole house re-pipe is not only more cost effective but a true long-term solution to an aging plumbing system.

24 Hours a Day, 7 days a week
2 Hour Response Time, Maximum
No Hidden Service Fees
Transparent Rates & Fees

What we work on

  • Airlocks
  • Ball valves
  • Bathroom refurbishment
  • Bidets
  • Blocked toilets, sinks pipes & drains
  • Burst pipes
  • Floods
  • Gutters & downpipes
  • Hot cylinder installations
  • Hot water problems
  • Immersion heaters
  • Kitchen refurbishment
  • Leaks
  • Overflows
  • Pipework replacement
  • Plumbing installations
  • Pumps
  • Radiator & values
  • Repairs
  • Saniflo repairs & installs
  • Showers & pressure adjustments
  • Stopcocks
  • Tap repairs & installations
  • Thermostat problems
  • Toilet repairs & installs
  • Unvented water cylinders
  • Waste disposals
  • Water heater repairs & installs
  • Water tank installs
  • Wet room refurbishment

Rates & Fees

Monday – Friday (8:00AM – 7:00PM) – $90/hr

Monday – Friday (7:01PM – 7:59AM) – $115/hr

Saturday & Sunday (All day) – $115/hr

All Federal Holidays (All day) – $115/hr

All rates and fees are billed at time plus material. This means if a pipe needs replaced, and that pipe costs $20, and it takes 1 hour to repair, the total fee will be:

Cost of the pipe + time x hourly rate = total fee

For our example, the breakdown is $20 for the pipe and $90*1 hour. So, $20+$90 = $110. The total fee is $110.