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Old 03-13-2012, 09:37 PM   #1
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Replumb house from copper to pex


Hi again... This Post is related to my last one the other day regarding corroded copper pipes. I'm thinking of bringing a plumber in to have a look given the condition of the pipes ( or what i believe may not be great condition) but a little skeptical of what to expect. I'm wondering if anyone has a general idea of how long it would take and at what rough cost to replace the copper to pex? The plumbing is all located in the furnace room and serves 3 baths and the kitchen. Thanks for any thoughts you may have...

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IMpossible to answer over a forum. On site conditions and costs vary widely.

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Three estimates from local plumbers in your area, comparing apples to apples will give you the best idea of time/cost.
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