Pipe Repair, Pipe Replacement, Pipe Relocation Services

We can provide pipe repair and pipe replacement services in addition to our drain cleaning services. Our plumbers are experts in pipe repair, replacement and cleaning – and are prepared to correct a number of problems, including:

  • Broken, cracked, offset or collapsed pipe: Pipes have been damaged due to shifting soil, frozen ground, settling, etc.
  • Pipe Blockage: Grease buildup or a foreign object is restricting or prohibiting proper flow and/or cleaning of the line.
  • Pipe Corrosion: The pipe has deteriorated and/or broken, causing collapses in the line and restricting flow.
  • Bellied pipe: A section of the pipe has sunk due to ground or soil conditions, creating a valley that collects paper and waste.
  • Leaking joints: The seals between pipes have broken, allowing water to escape into the area surrounding the pipe.
  • Root in sewer pipe line: Tree or shrub roots have invaded the sewer line and/or have damaged the line, preventing normal cleaning.
  • Off-grade pipe: Existing pipes are constructed of substandard material that may have deteriorated or corroded.

You can trust the quality and professionalism of our work. Our plumbing technicians are experts in pipe repair and will diagnose and service your pipes to ensure your plumbing is working properly as quickly as possible. Whether you need pipe repair or pipe replacement services at midnight, on the weekend, or on Thanksgiving Day, we are ready to take your call and give you efficient and top-of-the-line service.

Pipe Services Offered:

Frozen Pipe Prevention & Repair Service

The extreme cold combined with wind chill creates a substantial risk for frozen or burst pipes. Freezing water turns to ice within the pipe, which in turn can expand and block the line. This blockage can create excessive pressure throughout the system and cause pipe failure in vulnerable places—no matter if the pipe is made of plastic, copper or steel. Even a tiny crack can unleash more than 250 gallons of water in a single day. The results of frozen water pipes can cause property damage and high repair costs.

Pipe Bursting Service

When you find out that your home or business has some problems with the pipes, you may start to panic. Pipes are an essential part of a plumbing structure, and their failure can result in large messes and water damage. We offer all the repairs you may need if you experience a pipe burst, and we offer water damage restoration services to help with water removal.

Having your pipes in tip-top shape is essential when it comes to a working plumbing system. However, many problems can arise. During colder months, the chances of your pipes freezing and bursting increase. Cracks in your pipes can happen regardless of whether they’re made of plastic, copper or steel. As a result, a pipe burst can release up to 200 gallons of water in a single day and cause severe damage to your property. Luckily, we offer the pipe repairs necessary to get your plumbing back in working order. When you’re faced with something as serious as a pipe burst, you’re going to want a plumber to have the most advanced equipment and experience to fix the problem. We’ll be able to get your home or business back to normal. Our plumbers have the abilities and knowledge necessary to address your pipe issues. We can repair damages, stop leaks or even install new pipes.

Pipe Lining and Pipe Restoration

No one wants to think about the condition of the pipes under their home. But this critical plumbing system has a limited lifespan and is prone to leaks, root growth, corrosion and deterioration. Older homes are especially good at hiding roots and corrosion. The clogs and sewage backups that follow a breach can only be fully resolved if they are repaired or the pipes are replaced. Save yourself the expense of traditional excavation and landscaping repair by opting for our zero dig Pipe Restoration option.

After recognizing a particularly persistent backup or clog, call us to have a plumbing expert not only clear your drain, but perform a high-resolution video inspection to accurately diagnose the problem and its location. Oftentimes, consistent backups and clogs are the result of a breach in your plumbing. Rather than committing to an expensive and never-ending routine of drain cleaning and water damage cleanup, we recommend that you fix the problem for good. Our Plumber Pipe Restoration Pros offers no-hassle pipe repair without the excavation.

The Pipe Restoration service begins with a high-speed drain cleaning and/or jetting using our industrial strength Picote system. This process clears pipes in preparation for relining. We do not have to remove any old pipes but can instead create a seamless, durable pipe within the confines of the damaged pipe(s). No digging, no mess, just perfectly functioning pipes again.

Our patented epoxy lining begins as a liquid that is used to coat the inside of your pipes. After setting and hardening, the lining acts as an independently strong new pipe that does not rely on the old pipe for structural integrity. The new pipe is nearly impenetrable to root intrusion, corrosion, or any other common problems that could cause problems in your plumbing.

Save yourself the hassle of landscape repairs, broken concrete or high excavation costs. Renew, re-line, and restore your pipes. No digging required. Call our Pipe Restoration experts today!

Pipe Relocation

Moving a Plumbing Pipe?
Behind the walls, your home’s plumbing lines carry water from your water supply to the water main and to all water-using fixtures and appliances.

Each fixture with a drain pipe sends used water to the sewer line. Depending on the sort of heating system you have, your water heater or boiler may also use copper pipes to move hot water around your home as needed.

Water lines are copper, drain lines are PVC. These materials are inflexible, so any fixture that needs to be moved, even a few inches, usually requires the piping to be moved too.

Moving a pipe involves a plumber exposing the old piping, eliminating any extraneous materials, and plumbing the line to the correct location using new pipe material.

When remodeling or adding, most homeowners need their pipes moved.

Bathroom and kitchen remodels may necessitate moving the sink, faucet, fridge, washing machine, shower, or toilet. If so, water and drain lines must be redirected behind walls.

During renovations or home additions, you may need to move heating lines. If you have baseboard heat, the heating lines travel around your house in the baseboards.

In an extension, they must be cut and routed around the new border or new lines must be installed and connected to existing heating pipes.

What Pipes Are Moveable? Plumbing lines in your home can be relocated. The types of pipes are:

Your home’s domestic water lines deliver water from the main to all water-using fixtures and appliances.

These are usually copper or PEX material for health and safety, and a professional plumber can easily move them to most parts of your home.

These lines feed supply lines, simplifying fixture connection.

Copper heating lines link water heater or boiler to fixtures. They convey hot water via baseboards and return cooled water to your boiler if you have baseboard heat.

A plumber can move heating lines as easily as a domestic water line. However, baseboard heat systems are sealed and must be drained and refilled before and after pipe relocation.

Most indoor fixtures that use water need a way to dispose of it after washing. PVC drainpipes dispose of gray water.

To prevent sewer gases from entering your home, drainpipes must eventually be routed to your sewer line and fitted with the proper plumbing traps. Moving drain lines is safe and easy with the right tools and materials.

Gray water and black water from toilets are carried out of your home by your sewer line and out to your toilet, septic tank, or cesspool. These lines are made of steel or iron, so they’re hard to move.

They should only be moved by a professional plumber because they can be very dangerous to relocate.

Gas Lines connect your gas appliances, including your boiler and water heater, to the natural gas supply outside your home or to propane tanks if you use stored gas for your heating needs.

Never move gas lines yourself—mistakes can cost you your home or life.

Cost of Pipe moving
The type of pipe and distance you wish to move will determine the cost of moving a plumbing line.

We’ll cover moving different lines below, but remember that a further line of piping will boost your project cost dramatically, since each line ar foot of relocation adds labor and material expense. Here are some national averages for how much it costs to move different types of plumbing lines.


$700 Average Cost
*Typical Range: $600–$900

*Estimate based on moving one water line. Adding lines or moving them far increases costs.

Heat lines
$700 Average Cost
Typical Range: $500–$1,000

Drain pipes

Average Cost: $400
Typical Range: $150–$800


$3,250 Average Cost
Typical Range: $2,500–$4,500


$900 Average Cost
Typical Range: $750-$1,100

Additional cost factors

A fixture installation will increase the cost of your plumbing job. Sink installation costs $400 more than moving lines. After pipes are plumbed, installing a toilet costs $250 more.

Since your plumbing contractor will have limited access to the piping, your bathroom or kitchen may cost more.

Remember that none of these plumbing costs include replacing building material like drywall or studs that need to be removed during the relocation, so add that to your total.

How to Move Pipes?
Understanding how to move pipes will help you decide where to move fixtures during a kitchen, laundry room, or bathroom remodel and whether to DIY the pipe moving.

Where should pipes go?
Your kitchen, bathroom, and laundry room plumbing pipes may usually be relocated. If you’re planning a remodel, you won’t be constrained by the placement of your fixtures, but the cost of moving the pipes may be.

A plumber will charge more to move your home’s lines farther.

If you extend a kitchen and wish to relocate the sink several feet, the plumber will need to reach the water lines to the sink, cut them, and route new plumbing.

Displacement increases materials and labor expenses, raising the price.

The drainpipe from the sink, shower, or appliance must be routed to your new fixture, so evaluate its location relative to your main sewer line. Installing a sink over your sewage line simplifies drain connection.

A reliable plumber can assess your home and provide placement and pricing choices for all pipes you want to move.

A plumber can move water pipe lines, heating pipe lines, drain pipe lines, water mains, and gas pipe lines. If budget isn’t a concern, any part of your heating or plumbing system can be relocated anyplace in your home as long as the placement meets local construction regulations.

Your plumber should know building code, so you shouldn’t have to worry about compliance.

Can you move pipes yourself?
While some pipes are dangerous and difficult to move, many handy homeowners and DIYers can do minor pipe relocation. Professional plumbers should handle more difficult relocation projects.

You can probably handle moving the drain lines yourself if you’re installing a new sink and don’t need to relocate supply lines. PVC pipe, which is easy to cut and seal, is commonly used for sink drains. Most home improvement stores sell couplings and attachments, which are cheap enough to make mistakes.

Copper plumbing lines should be handled by a professional. Copper requires a “sweating” soldering process.

It’s pricey, therefore even little faults can increase your installation cost above a plumber’s.

Professional plumbers should move gas or sewage lines. Both pipe relocations can cause serious injury, death, and illness, as well as massive and expensive property damage.

Due of limited access, moving plumbing pipes is difficult.

Most domestic and heating lines are behind walls or in narrow spaces, so they need opening a wall and manipulating tools and materials. Professional plumbers can handle these conditions, but DIYers will struggle.

Because they are constantly full and under water pressure, relocating water lines for fixtures, appliances, or heating equipment is also difficult. Before you can complete the relocation procedure without damaging your home, you must learn how to drain the lines properly and replenish them after the work is finished.

Moving pipe might be difficult depending on the type. PVC pipe is simple to cut and reassemble.

However, copper lines that run through your walls are expensive and require skills and tools that most DIYers lack.

Gas and sewage lines are the hardest to move because of their risk. Before relocating a gas pipe, your gas supply must be completely shut off, and the job must be done carefully to prevent a gas leak in your home.

Gas leaks can cause explosions, bodily injury, death, and massive property damage, so they must be repaired by a licensed plumber.

Cast iron or steel sewage lines are hefty and hard to cut. They contain hazardous materials that must be handled carefully to avoid biohazards, foul odors, and explosive sewer gases in your home.

When Should You Hire a Pipe Relocation Specialist?
If you’re a handy DIYer, moving drain lines from appliances and fixtures should be no problem.

Moving these lines is safe and easy as long as you do your study and install a P-trap or S-trap correctly.

You could even move domestic lines or heating lines if you are an experienced DIYer who is comfortable dealing with copper and the right tools in tight quarters.

However, mistakes can cause severe water damage and furnace/water heater issues. Professional plumbers move water lines.

Never move a sewer line or gas line, which is unlawful for unlicensed contractors in most municipalities.

An skilled and well-trained plumber can safely relocate these pipes, but DIYers may make mistakes that cost thousands of dollars, expose you and your family to harmful gases, and cause property damage or death.

A plumber’s fee to move these lines is worth the peace of mind!

What Should a Pipe Relocation Specialist Have?
First, look for a qualified plumber who moves pipes.

A licensed plumber with years of experience is more likely to do good plumbing. Master plumbers pay extra, but their work is usually worth it.

Flat-rate plumbers are also worth considering. A flat charge following an inspection implies that the plumber understands the job, knows what to expect, and can offer satisfactory results.

Before hiring a plumbing service, it’s also nice to know how much it will cost.

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