A pipe replacement (or repipe) project can feel like an enormous undertaking, both in planning and execution. When soliciting bids for a job, it’s a common practice to get proposals from multiple contractors including general contractors, local plumbers and specialists in pipe replacement.  As part of that process, picking the right contractor to perform the work is the most critical component to the project’s overall success. 

To that end, below are the top five benefits you can expect from hiring a dedicated pipe replacement specialist:


Proven Track Record

Companies focused exclusively on occupied pipe replacement understand the details, intricacies and best practices required to ensure the project is a success; and have the experience to price it right the first time – minimizing change orders, and ensuring your project is delivered on time and on budget.


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Experts Across All Trades

Dedicated in-house project managers oversee crews, meet inspectors, and communicate with residents, ensuring stakeholder satisfaction and minimizing added burdens on property management and maintenance staff.


Required trades (plumbing, drywall, paint, etc.) are all housed within one company, providing a reliable, efficient, turnkey and scalable solution to the project.


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Reliable & Trustworthy

Increased reliability and trustworthiness. All employees are e-verified, background checked, and drug tested so you can rest assured knowing who is working in your home.


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In-House Project Management Staff

Dedicated in-house project managers oversee crews, meet inspectors, and communicate with residents, ensuring stakeholder satisfaction and minimizing added burdens on property management and maintenance staff.


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Greater ROI

Streamlined processes and project continuity increase your return on investment.

 

If you are considering a repipe, make sure you include a dedicated, top quality and experienced pipe replacement company on your bidders list, and contact us for a free consultation

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