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Question DetailsAsked on 7/6/2017

how much for a plumber to repipe my 60 foot mobile home with plastic pipe

some one broke in and took all the pipes that was copper in my mobile home how much would it cost to repipe it, with plastic pipe

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Assuming you mean only water supply lines, not DWV (drain waste vents) too. The following does NOT include replacing any appliance like A/C or freezers or such which may have had copper piping pulled from them.

Depends of course on the layout of your piping (some trailers concentrate all the plumbing inside the trailer in one or two locations, others have it spread out throughout the length) and how much is underneath and how much in the walls or flooring. But very rough ballpark, ASSUMING the underside of the trailer is reasonably accessible and not real nasty with animal droppings, spilled sewage, mud or such - usually $1500-4000, and around $2000-3000 range seems to be a common number. However, the range can go from about $1500 - 10,000 in the extremes.

Plumbing is of course the Search the List category for well-rated and reviewed contractors to bid this job.

Don't forget, assuming you have homeowner's insurance, that this is almost certainly covered so generally you should end up paying only the deductible on your policy.

Answered 3 years ago by LCD

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