PEX Repiping

Older homes with outdated plumbing pipes may experience worsening problems like leaks, discoloration, low water pressure and even flooding. PEX repiping is the solution, and Repipe Experts is The provider of affordable pricing and offers a lifetime guarantee.

Residential Repipe Services

Repipe Experts is your One-Stop Shop for Repiping

Homeowners gathered together smiling after a successful whole house repipe with PEX


Single family homes are our primary customers. From active to preventative, we can Repipe a single family home in 1-2 days, water on and ready for inspection.

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Property Managers

Large Home Owner Associations rely on their property management company to provide solutions for their residences. This is why we team up with Community Association Managers to deliver turn key solutions that can be trusted throughout a single community.

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When buying the most expensive asset in your life, you don't want to make the wrong decision. We work with builders and developers to provide and educate the correct potable water distribution systems.

What is PEX?

Cross-linked polyethylene (PEX), a type of flexible plastic, is currently replacing traditional copper and galvanized steel as water supply lines in both new construction and remodeling projects.

  • Red PEX tubing delivers hot water

  • Blue PEX tubing delivers cold water

  • White PEX tubing can deliver either hot or cold water

a close-up of a pex-a pipe connection after successful completion of a whole house repipe with pex.
a close-up of a pex-a pipe connection

What are the benefits of PEX?

PEX has a distinct advantage over other materials because of its flexibility and ability to wind through attics, walls and floors uninterrupted.

  • Installing PEX does not require soldering, glues or solvents as does copper, galvanized steel and CPVC.

  • PEX does not corrode as does copper and galvanized steel.

  • PEX expands making it resistant to freeze cracking.


PEX-A and PEX-B are the two most common variations of PEX piping available for homeowners and professional installers. Repipe Experts only uses high quality PEX piping for our whole house repipes owing to PEX's superior features, including but not limited to:

  • PEX is backed by a superior warranty

  • PEX is more flexible allowing for easier installs in tighter spaces

  • PEX allows for quieter flow compared to other materials

  • PEX is installed using cold expansion or crimping

A comparison graphic of PEX-A piping and PEX-B piping

Don't Delay. Repipe Today.

The professional repipe specialists at Repipe Experts can help assess what needs replacing, provide quality materials such as high quality PEX piping, and complete the project in a timely manner with minimal disruption.

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Repipe Expert's customers say it best

Happy customers from *here* to *there*

"Repipe Experts came out and performed a thorough inspection of our plumbing. They walked us through the entire process of what it takes and got us scheduled for a whole house repipe right away. They were very professional and kind and came right on time. Highly recommend!"
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Jeanne Z.

Home Owner, Apopka

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"If you are looking for repipe specialists to repipe your home, look no further than Repipe Experts. They took care of everything from the PEX install, cleanup and left the drywall repaired and ready to paint."
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Gregory B.

Home Owner, Orlando

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"The Repipe Experts team was wonderful. Very professional and personable. Answered all of our Questions and were genuinely concerned with being sure that we were satisfied with their service. It's nice to find a company willing to go the extra mile for their customers. 5 Stars!"
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Michael S.

Home Owner, Hiawassee

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"I recently had a whole house repipe installation and I am so impressed with the work that was done. The team was professional, efficient, and considerate. They took the time to explain each step of the process, and answered all of my questions. The installation was done in less than a day, with minimal disruption to my home. Overall I am extremely pleased with this experience and wholeheartedly recommend them!"
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Tom K.

Home Owner, Orlando

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Learn more about PEX Repiping

PEX vs CPVC: Which is Better for Whole House Repiping?

PEX is quickly becoming the go-to material due to its affordability, versatility, durability and ease of installation compared to traditional CPVC pipe.
PEX vs CPVC: Which is Better for Whole House Repiping?

Comparing PEX and Copper for Whole House Repiping

PEX pipe is an excellent choice for plumbing systems due to its superior installation process as well as advantages over traditional copper piping.
Comparing PEX and Copper for Whole House Repiping

Polybutylene Pipe Replacement: Homeowner's Essential Guide

Replacing the polybutylene plumbing in your home is a significant decision, yet it can be essential for preserving the wellbeing and solidness of your property. By replacing these aging pipes with more modern materials, you'll benefit from increased water pressure, better flow rates, improved durability and fewer potential problems down the road.
Polybutylene Pipe Replacement: Homeowner's Essential Guide

Why You Should Replace Polybutylene Plumbing with a PEX Repipe

Polybutylene is no longer used in plumbing due to its tendency to fail and has since been replaced with more reliable materials such as PEX piping. Polybutylene pipes are prone to cracking, splitting, leaking and bursting which can cause extensive damage to a home's plumbing system. Additionally, polybutylene is not compatible with many modern water treatment systems like chlorine-based disinfectants which can cause further damage if left untreated. For these reasons, polybutylene is no longer used in plumbing and should be replaced with more reliable materials.
Why You Should Replace Polybutylene Plumbing with a PEX Repipe

Frequently Asked Questions

Are you considering repiping your home? You're not alone! Check out these common questions and learn what you need to know about this important investment.

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