TURNKEY PIPE REPLACEMENT INCLUDING PERMITTING, REPLUMB, DRYWALL, TEXTURE, PAINT, TILE REPAIRS

Family Owned and Operated Turnkey Pipe Replacement

In Colorado & Utah

Since 1992, Replumb Specialties Inc. has been repiping / replumbing homes, apartment and multi family buildings and complexes, HOA’s and hotels all over the midwest.

Based in Colorado & Utah, we specialize in turnkey replacement of polybutylene, Kitec, Entran II, pitted copper, galvanized, cast iron, waste and vent, replumbs and repipes covering all of Colorado and Utah. Our turnkey repipe process includes residential replumbs, apartment replumbs, HOA and multi-family replumbs, including both potable, waste and hydronic heating replacement.

RSI is the original pipe replacement full-service contractor for the Polybutylene Class Action Settlement (www.pbpipe.com) which closed in 2009. We developed and perfected the ‘containment process’ copied by most replumb contractors today:
Work areas are masked and protected, furniture is covered and drywall penetrations are not cut professionally with dust containment procedures and equipment.

All penetrations in drywall and tile are professionally repaired in house and painted to match.
Water is restored each of the first few evenings, our techs are punctual, professional and licensed. We do not use subcontractors. We own and use vaccums.

Replumbs and repipes are all we do, we do not engage in new construction or plumbing installations for big box stores. We are not a ‘national’ company running ad campaigns and subcontracting work to local plumbers. We believe replumbers and repipers are a special breed and perform a craft all its own. The same tech that cuts the drywall open and performs the Replumb, in most cases is the same person that will perform the drywall repair. We are a tight knit group of family men that have been doing this type of work for nearly 30 years. Realtors and home inspectors regularly refer us and account for 70% of our business.

Our
Turnkey
process

The same crew takes
care of everything!
  1. Permitting
  2. Containment
  3. Penetration
  4. Plumbing
  5. Drywall Repairs
  6. Drywall Texture
  7. Tile Repairs
  8. Paint
  9. FINISHED PRODUCT!

WE WILL MEET OR BEAT

ANY COMPARABLE REPLUMB OR HOME
REPIPING BID IN COLORADO OR UTAH!

EXPERIENCE THAT COUNTS

7500
Units
Replumbed
0
Years
Experience
0 m
FEET OF PIPE
REPLACED IN
COLORADO & Utah

PROFESSIONAL HOME REPIPING IN COLORADO AND UTAH

Replumb Specialties Inc. has been repiping homes across the US since 1992. We specialize in the replacement of Polybutylene, Kitec, Entran II, and Galvanized water systems.

Problematic Piping

Replumb specializes in replacing the following types of pipes:

Kitec

Problematic Pipes: REPLACING galvanized KITEC was used in the early 2000’s as both a potable (drinking, lavs showers…etc)  AND HYDRONIC HEAT PIPING as baseboard register heating, in floor radiant heating and staple up in floor radiant heating. The trade term for

POLYBUTYLENE PIPE

Problematic Pipes: REPLACING POLYBUTYLENE PIPES As polybutylene replacement specialists serving greater Colorado and Utah  areas since 1992, we’ve helped thousands of Colorado property owners replace polybutylene pipes. We were the primary replacement contractor for the Polybutylene Class Action Lawsuit

Galvanized Pipes

Problematic Pipes: REPLACING galvanized Galvanized pipe was manufactured and installed between 1880 and 1960. It was dipped in a naturally occurring molten zinc. Naturally occurring zinc is impure, containing substances such as lead. The coating extends the lifespan of the

Pitted Copper

Problematic Pipes: REPLACING galvanized Pitting copper replumbs are becoming more and more common in our coverage area. Copper is a conductive material, it does react with the mineral and adverse alkalinity in our water. As this pic (below or above) illustrates,

HYDRONIC HEAT / HVAC PIPING

Problematic Pipes: REPLACING POLYBUTYLENE PIPES We find failing Polybutylene, Kitec and even Pitting Copper Piping needing replacement in hydronic heating systems: Polybutylene was used extensively as a hydronic heat delivery piping despite the fact that it does not have