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Can you mipipe a house without removing drywall?


Henry Johnson, Plumbing Expert

Yes, it is possible to repipe a house without removing drywall. This process is known as “in-wall repiping” or “replumbing.” In-wall repiping involves accessing the pipes through small holes in the drywall, rather than tearing down entire sections of it. This method is less invasive and can save time and money compared to traditional repiping methods. However, it is important to note that in-wall repiping may not be suitable for all homes or plumbing systems. It is best to consult with a professional plumber to determine the best course of action for your specific situation. At 5 Star Best Plumbing, our specialists are experienced in all types of plumbing services, including in-wall repiping and water heater repair. Contact us today for all your plumbing needs.

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