St. Paul Pipe Plumbing
Our Eagan Plumbing Specialists Serve Clients throughout the Twin Cities
Your plumbing system is hidden between the walls of your home, under your floors, and in your ceilings. Most of the time, these pipes take on an out-of-sight, out-of-mind nature. However, when they cause problems, they quickly become a major source of frustration. At HomeWorks, we are fully trained in pipe replacement, repair, and installation. We go the extra mile to deliver service that stands out from the rest. It is our aim to provide long-term solutions that promote peak performance.
We are accredited by the Better Business Bureau and were named a “screened and approved,” “elite” service by Home Advisor. With 24/7 availability and same-day service, you can trust our St. Paul piping and repiping professionals to correct your issues quickly while maintaining a high-quality standard.
Reach out to HomeWorks at 651-273-2450 to learn more about how we can help. Located in Eagan, our St. Paul plumbers serve customers all throughout the Greater Minneapolis Area.
Do Your Pipes Need Repair?
Your pipes may need repair if:
- You hear odd noises coming from the pipes
- You hear the sound of running water even when all fixtures are turned off
- You notice an unexplainable rise in your water bill
- You detect moisture on your walls, carpets, or floors
- Your drinking water tastes strange
- You see dark, damp spots on your ceiling
- There is an obvious leak coming from one of your pipes
- Your water is cloudy, rusty, or smelly
- There is no water coming out of your pipes when fixtures are turned on
When to Consider Repiping
Sometimes, a quick repair may fix a problem temporarily, but will not accomplish a long-term solution. Our experienced plumbers know when repiping is the better choice.
We may suggest repiping if:
- You have experienced multiple leaks within the past few years in your home
- Your home is outfitted with very old pipes
- Your pipes contain lead
- Your pipes are corroded
- Your pipes were poorly installed
- Your pipes are made of polybutylene
With our upfront pricing, you can know the cost of your project before we begin work. We also offer financing options through GreenSky™ so you can resolve your plumbing issues right away and pay later.
The Benefits of a Whole House Repipe
Like any aspect of your plumbing system, your pipes are subject to corrosion over time and will eventually need to be replaced. If you are experiencing any issues with your pipes or suspect that your home’s pipes may be reaching the end of their lifespan, it is important to act now to solve the problem quickly and efficiently and avoid major damage to your property in the event of a leak.
Repiping your home can provide numerous benefits, including:
- Improved water flow and pressure
- Improved water quality
- Lowered monthly utility costs
- Lower plumbing maintenance expenses
- Peace of mind
- Increased value for your home
- High-quality plumbing for decades
Trust our caring and compassionate pipe plumbers in St. Paul. Call HomeWorks at 651-273-2450 to schedule expert service.
Minneapolis-St. Paul 24/7 Plumbing Service
With upfront pricing, it’s easy to see why HomeWorks is Minneapolis-St. Paul’s choice for plumbing projects! HomeWorks takes pride in our quality of work; we use only the most reliable, durable, eco-friendly materials. That’s why our licensed, insured pipe plumbing professionals can offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Some of the frequently asked questions we receive about Twin Cities pipe plumbing include:
Do plumbers fix pipes?
Yes. Your local professional plumber should be able to repair and replace broken, leaky pipes.
How much does it cost to reroute plumbing?
Rerouting plumbing involves rearranging the pipes to connect drains and the main sewer line.
These are national averages:
- If slab leak repair is involved, the cost may be about $2,000 or more.
- If your main water line needs to be repaired, that cost is about $450-$2,500.
- Repiping your entire house may cost between $3,900-$7,500.
- Rerouting one plumbing line is about $700.
What is a “service line” in plumbing?
A service line is an underground pipe that connects a home to the water main. In some communities, homeowners are responsible for the portion of the line from their yard’s curb (the shutoff valve location) into their homes.
The city requires property owners to maintain and keep service lines “in good operating condition.” Unfortunately, basic homeowners insurance may not cover the repair or replacement costs of a broken service line.
Service line repairs and replacements are difficult because:
- Older homes may have cast iron or galvanized steel service line pipes.
- Service lines are always buried deep to prevent accidental movement.
- To save money, some plumbers may try to cover or “plug” a service line leak. (Sometimes that works.) If that doesn’t work, property owners may face the additional cost of replacing the line later.
Most service line problems are caused by:
- Corrosion from cast iron/galvanized steel pipes
- Hard water buildup
- Property/earth settling
- Tree roots
What is a “water-service” pipe?
A “water-service” pipe runs from your drinking-water source to your home’s interior, where it then becomes a “water-distribution” pipe. Water service pipes are rated for pressure (psi = pounds per square inch).
Some of the materials used are:
- Cast iron
- PB (Polybutylene)
- PE (Polyethylene)
- PVC (Polyvinyl chloride)
Approved by seldom-used materials include:
- ABS (Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene)
- CPVC (Chlorinated polyvinyl chloride)
- Galvanized steel
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