Georgia's Premier Plumbing & Copper Pipe Specialists
Our proven method of pipe replacement is why we are recommended by home inspector and realty professionals.
There is no better plumbing company to use for corroded copper leaks, copper pipe pinhole leaks, or a copper pipe leak at a join, in the wall, or in the slab of your home. We travel all over the state of Georgia to replace or repair copper pipes in homes.
Our team has been together for over 15 years and consists of highly skilled w2 employees. Together we’ve replaced the copper pipes in thousands of homes across Georgia. Our company mission is to treat our vendors, employees, and customers in a fair way that builds long-term relationships and adds value to all sides.
Our Plumbing Team
Copper pipe replacement is something we do very well. We are one of the few Georgia-based companies specializing in turn-key copper pipe replacement. Call us today for a free quote (678) 439-9540
We are a stong team here to serve clients across Georgia with high quality services. Our team has been together for over 15 years and consists of highly skilled w2 employees who live locally in Atlanta, GA & the surrounding community.
In 2012 we became a locally owned Georgia based corporation. Working with us means you are served by a locally owned company and by a knowledgeable, dedicated staff whom are passionate about plumbing.
Top 5 Things To Know About Copper Pipes
Why are my copper pipes leaking?
There are a few main reasons your copper pipes are leaking. 1) chemicals in the water are corroding the metal 2) pipe fittings are too close together 3) velocity within the pipes is too high
How much does it cost to fix a pinhole leak in a copper pipe?
Here’s the important thing you need to understand about pinhole leaks: it’s a sign of a systemic failure. You can buy yourself time and delay a complete replacement job, but you will eventually have to replace all of the copper pipes.
To do a temporary repair for a single copper pinhole leak, you’re going to spend between $150 and $240. Of course, it depends on the situation and the price of materials at the time of the repair.
How do you stop a copper pipe from leaking?
It depends on the cause and source of the leak. If the leaks are located at the joints, elbows or tees, then an isolated repair of those areas can be done. If there are leaks along a single pipe, then you can replace that section of pipe, rather than repipe the entire house; however, you will likely need to consider your long term plan for a complete repipe job.
Defective Copper Pipe Class Action Lawsuit
There have been multiple national and state specific lawsuits. If you’ve experienced an issue with copper pipes in the last 15 years, then you should research lawsuits in your area. In general, the common denominator – in these lawsuits – are defective plumbing pipes made in China. The Construction Defect Center suggests using only US made copper plumbing pipes.
How much does it cost to replace all of the copper pipes in my house?
The first thing you have to decide is if you want to replace copper with copper. You don’t have to. There are alternatives which are less expensive than copper, which we are happy to discuss with you.
However, if you want to replace copper with copper, then you’re looking between $2,000 and $15,000 for the entire house. Of course, it depends on the value of copper at the time of the construction & the amount of square footage of your home. On average, the cost is about $4,000.
What people have to say
“Overall, our interactions with Plumbing Express were professional, courteous and timely. Will definitely use again!”
I had all of the old pipes in my 18-year-old home removed and replaced. Plumbing Express did an exceptional job on the interior work. They matched all of the tile and grout, cleaned the site, and made it impossible to tell they had even been there…
We had just moved here and needed all of our piping changed to PVC, so we took their advice and recommendations. After hearing from our neighbors, we figured they would do a good job. They ended up doing an excellent job!
Plumbing Express was punctual, got the work done in a very tight time frame, and the quality was good. The employees were very courteous, on time, and very professional.
This team is professional, thorough, and friendly. The interior of our home looks great. There is no trace of work being done… I actually think it looks better than it did before the job! The patching and paint work are impeccable.