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Whole Home Copper and PEX Repiping Services

Hoffman Plumbing offers repiping services and comprehensive pipe repair all across Northern Nevada. Our team of experienced professionals is committed to providing you with reliable solutions to address any pipe-related issues you may encounter. Repiping might seem like a daunting task, but with our knowledge and expertise, we make the process seamless and stress-free.

We're here to ensure the longevity and efficiency of new pipes for your plumbing system, giving you peace of mind and saving you from potential costly repairs in the future. Whatever your plumbing system needs may be, trust in Hoffman Plumbing to deliver high-quality repiping and pipe repair services.

What is Repiping and Why is it Important?

A complete repipe and new system involves removing and replacing all the water lines in your home to ensure you have a reliable and efficient plumbing system. This process can significantly improve the pressure, reduce the risk of leaks, improve the quality and taste of your water, and ultimately, prolong the lifespan of your plumbing system. Repiping with all new pipes is critical for several reasons:

  • Health and Safety: As we previously mentioned, old pipes, especially those made from lead or galvanized steel, can pose serious health risks by leaching toxic substances into your drinking water.

  • Prevent Property Damage: Leaking pipes can cause water damage to your home, including mold growth and structural damage. Repiping can prevent such issues.

  • Increase Home Value: If you plan to sell your home, repiping can increase its value as potential buyers often prefer homes without potential plumbing issues.

  • Improve Water Pressure and Quality: Replacing old pipes can significantly improve your water flow and prevent discoloration or bad taste.

Remember, getting to install all new pipes in your home is a significant investment, and choosing the right plumber for the job is crucial. At Hoffman Plumbing, our team is experienced and well equipped to handle all your new system repiping needs.

  • Mound House, NV

  • Reno, NV

  • Sparks, NV

  • Stateline, NV

  • Topaz, NV

  • Virginia City, NV

  • Washoe Valley, NV

  • Zephyr Cove, NV

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How Can I Tell if My Home Needs Repiping?

Although the piping system in every home is unique, several common signs may indicate the need for repiping.

  • Age of the Pipes: Older homes that still have original plumbing, are likely ready for a repiping job. The average lifespan of most pipes is between 25 and 50 years, depending on the material used.

  • Frequent Leaks: If you're constantly dealing leaks, it could be a sign that your pipes are aging and becoming more vulnerable to leak damage.

  • Discolored Water: Rusty or brownish water is often a sign of corroded pipes.

  • Low Water Pressure: If you've noticed a significant drop in your home's water pressure, it might be due to a buildup of sediment and rust in your pipes.

  • Visible Corrosion: If you can see corrosion on exposed pipes, it's probably happening inside them as well.

  • Lead or Galvanized Pipes: Older homes that have lead or galvanized pipes pose serious health and safety concerns.


These signs don't always mean that a complete repiping or new piping system is necessary. Sometimes, a pipe repair could be sufficient. It's always best to consult with a professional plumber, like our team at Hoffman Plumbing, so we can identify issues and determine the best course of action for your home.

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What is The Issue with Lead or Galvanized Steel Pipes?

If you live in an older home with lead or galvanized steel pipes, it is important to have them replaced as soon as possible. There are government programs from the EPA, USDA, and HUD available to help homeowners with the cost of replacement.

  • Lead pipes can corrode and release lead into the water supply. Lead is a toxic metal that can cause serious health problems, including learning and developmental delays in children, reproductive problems, and even death.

  • Galvanized steel pipes can also corrode and release zinc into the water supply. Zinc is not as toxic as lead, but it can still cause health problems, such as headaches, nausea, and vomiting.


If your homes piping system has lead or galvanized steel pipes, you should seriously consider a complete repiping. The risks associated with these materials far outweigh the cost of replacing them with safer, modern alternatives like copper or PEX piping.

What is the Typical Cost of Repiping?

The cost of getting a new system in your home can vary significantly based on several factors. These include the size and layout of your property, the type of pipes used, the complexity of the repipe project, and your location.

At Hoffman Plumbing, we provide a detailed and transparent quote before beginning any repiping project, ensuring there are no surprise costs. We strive to offer competitively priced, high-quality repiping services. We also offer financing options to help make the process more affordable

Call Hoffman Plumbing for Repipe and New Piping System Installation

Keeping your home's water supply in optimal condition is essential for the safety and comfort of your family. Hoffman Plumbing is committed to providing top-quality repiping and pipe repair services tailored to your specific needs.

You can trust our skilled and experienced team to inspect your home's piping system, identify issues, and propose the best solutions, whether that involves installing a full repipe or simple repairs. Contact Hoffman Plumbing today and get your new piping system up and running in no time.

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