Repiping your Entire House in Singapore

Updated on Wednesday 01st February 2017

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Everyone depends on the pipes in their home to be in good order because without them there would be trouble with everyday activities like: washing dishes and clothes, showering and of course using the bathroom.

With many years of experience working in homes, our plumbers in Singapore have the knowledge and professionalism needed to repipe your home rapidly and securely. Our team can provide you all the options and help you identify the type of pipe that’s right for your house. There are three different types of pipe presently in use for delivering water to fixtures: 

•    Copper;
•    CPVC; 
•    PEX.
 

What repiping the whole house means? 


Repiping or replumbing a home is just what it sounds like, meaning you take out all the old water pipes and put brand new ones back in their place. Firmly speaking, it isn’t something home and business owners are ever meant to have to do and it happens because something breaks down. In this situation, the plumbers in Singapore can and will offer the best plumbing services, with fixed prices according to market.
 

How to choose the best pipe material for your home in Singapore?


Copper is the original plumbing pipe and it is still in wide-ranging use nowadays and there is reason for that. When all it is carrying is water copper will last for many years and we can say decades or centuries, without needing to be replaced. However, copper is becoming progressively expensive and chemical enterprises are always trying to come up with new ways to use plastics.

Many years ago, a foreign chemical company invented a plastic pipe for supplying water to fittings in houses and it was made from polybutylene and grey colored branded as Quest pipe. Initially it seemed to be a sustainable alternative to copper, it was low-priced and more flexible, thus easier to install. However, it started to break in the presence of chlorine, a substance present in all municipal water supplies

In these days the most common reason owners want to repipe their entire houses are to replace polybutylene pipe, the plastic pipes.

Our plumbers in Singapore will always offer the proper materials in the field knowing the importance of a good and consistent water system, so cooper will be the excellent choice for supplying water to the fixtures in everyone’s home.
 

How much doest it cost to repipe the house water supply system in Singapore?


plumber in Singapore can offer an accurate valuation of work required and prices for your plan, before taking any decisions or making any promises. The cost approximation contains:

•    costs to prepare the worksite for House Repiping, including costs to protect current structure, surfaces, materials and constituents;
•    work and mobilization time are normally included for small house repiping jobs;
•    costs for job cleanup and debris elimination;
•    costs for local material and equipment transportation.

If you want to repipe your entire house and need to know the exact costs involved, don’t hesitate to contact our plumbers in Singapore. Depending on the characteristics of your house and of your current plumbing system we will send you a customized offer. 

Comments

Adrianne

February 16, 2017

How much would it cost to repipe my house with you guys?

Hello Adrianne! This depends on the size of the project.Please send us your request with details about your house via e-mail at office@plumbers-singapore.com. We will respond as fast as possible with a personalized offer. Have a great day!

Christie

February 17, 2017

This is a big project to take on your own. Hiring a professional team is almost always a necessity.



Brian

February 21, 2017

This process must always be carried out by a professional, even if the owner of the house has some knowledge in this field, he or she should request assistance.



Gabriel

February 26, 2017

I'm thinking of repiping the entire house this year! I'll contact you soon!



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