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How Much Does it Cost to Repair a Leaky Pipe in Florida?

Tired of hearing a dripping noise coming from your pipes?

We don’t blame you. Beyond the noise being annoying, leaking pipes waste water and can lead to water damage in your home. You’ll want to repair your leaky pipes immediately, but first, you should determine how much it will cost.

On average, a leaky pipe repair in Florida can cost anywhere from $200 to $400.

A variety of factors impact this price range, including:

  • The location of the leak
  • The age of the pipes
  • The plumber you hire

In this blog, we’ll break down the cost factors so you’ll have a better understanding of how much a pipe repair costs.

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Cost Factor #1: Location of the leak

The more difficult your leaky pipe is to access, the more expensive your leak repair will be. This is because leaks that are hard to access take time to find, repair and may require the use of expensive tools (e.g. the plumber must cut into a wall to repair the pipe). The additional labor and materials needed will be factored into your repair cost.

Cost Factor #2: Age of the pipes

Older pipes are more likely to decay, wear out, and need replacement—especially if they haven’t been well-maintained. Even small leaks can cause significant damage to aging pipes.

The materials your pipes are made of will determine their average lifespan. For example, brass, galvanized steel, copper or cast iron pipes will survive for 70+ years. On the other hand, polyvinyl chloride (also known as “PVC”) pipes tend to last for only 25-40 years.

If your pipes are made of brass, galvanized steel, copper or cast iron, we recommend contacting a plumber to inspect them for wear-and-tear.

Cost Factor #3: Plumber you hire

The more experienced the plumber, the more you may have to pay for the repair.

But, don’t let the added cost be a deterrent. Highly-experienced plumbers have all the skills to get the job done right the first time. You don’t want to be on the hook for paying more for additional repairs to fix sloppy work.

To find a high-quality plumber, look for one with:

  • Great customer reviews: Fellow Florida homeowners probably have opinions about the plumber you are looking into. Look for a plumber with great reviews on Google, Better Business Bureau or Facebook.
  • Proof of insurance, licensing and guarantees: You want to make sure you’re covered in the event of a problem.

Need a reliable leaky pipe repair? Contact Climate Design

With availability all week long, extended service hours and an average pipe repair time of an hour, we’ll make the pipe repair process as smooth as possible for you.

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