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Who We Are &
Why Experience Matters

We are professional repipe & plumbing specialists based in Southern California and have over 15 years of experience repiping home, apartments and industrial buildings. If you are suffering from low water pressure or discolorization, let us repipe your whole place within one day or so to get back that clean fresh water flowing again! Contact us to get free estimate today.

Why Choose Us?

  • Years of Experience
  • Fully Insured
  • Cost Control Experts
  • 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
  • Free Consultation
  • Satisfied Customers
  • Project Management
  • Affordable Pricing

Residental and Commercial

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Low Water Pressure

We have repiped countless homes, apartments, condos, and many other types of buildings.

Fast Installation

Fast Installation

It's our area of expertise! Our Technicians specialize in PEX/Copper re-piping. You will get the best possible quality plumbing.

Clean Work

Clean Work

Our certified state licensed plumbers will get the job done right without compromises and show up on time

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High Quality

We use all ISO materials and high quality pipes for long lasting and durable for tough weather.

Copper & PEX Tubing For Repipe

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Copper Tubing (Metal)

Copper pipe and fittings are in millions of homes and are still used today. About 66 percent more expensive than PEX, copper is readily available at all home improvement and hardware stores. Copper's higher cost is mainly due to the price of bulk copper.

  • Not prone to leaks
  • Durability: Fitting stay tight and sturdy
  • Will not pollute your drinking water
  • Long life span
  • Heat Tolerant
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 PEX tubing

PEX Tubing (Plastic)

PEX is the shortened name for cross-linked polyethylene, a super-strong, semi-rigid plastic tubing. For convenience, it comes in red for hot, blue for cold, and white for any temperature. These colors are only in place to aid in installing the product and in subsequent repairs; they do not confer any temperature-related qualities on the pipe.

  • Can be used for both hot and cold water
  • Requires less joints, which makes it faster to install
  • Very flexible for tight corners
  • Highly burst resistant
  • Much less likely to freeze in cold weather
  • Lower cost than copper installation
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