Cost To Replace Cast Iron Pipes

Most Common Searches

There are many reasons that a homeowner or property owner will try to determine the cost of replacing their cast iron pipes. The most common Google searches on this subject are:

  • cast iron sewer pipe replacement cost
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Each of these queries has the familiar ring of “replace cast iron pipes”.  However, are these even the right searches or questions? Before we determine what is the right question to ask, let’s see what it costs to replace your cast iron plumbing system. Fortunately we have a very convenient cost calculator that helps you determine that very thing.

If the results of the cost calculator makes you want to ask questions, please feel free to call us and we will walk you through all of your options so you can make a truly informed decision.

Cast Iron Pipe Replacement

Cast Iron Pipe Replacement Process

Pipe Repair Costs vs. Pipe Replacement Costs

One of the most common questions we are asked is how much does it cost? Since we offer both repair and replacement options, we feel it is best to help you figure out the cost difference.

Calculate the Cost for Your Home

  1. Select square footage of your home
  2. Press "Calculate"
  3. Review the 2 blue boxes

Cast Iron Pipe Repair Costs

The average cost to repair cast iron pipes in a home (using pipeliner) that is unkown SqFt is between $0 and an unknown maximum.

Cast Iron Pipe Replacement Costs

The average cost to replace cast iron pipes in a home (including cosmetic repair) that is unkown SqFt is between $0 and an unknown maximum.

The calculations above are based on averages from thousands of completed jobs. Click on the button below and find out how much you can save.

Replacement Vs Repair

Cast Iron Pipe Repair

Cast Iron Pipeliner Before & After

Pipe repair using cast iron pipe liner is by far a cheaper process than full cast iron pipe replacement. While the replacement process requires us, in most cases, to dig up the floor using chippers, sawzalls, and various other tools (see replacement process image above), the repair process is completely different. In fact we are able, in most cases, to complete the job without disrupting the family’s or other occupants’ daily schedules.

Most of our repairs are completed from inside the pipes using access from outside the home. You read that correctly. We can typically access your pipes from outside of your home and complete the entire repair process without disturbing those inside and save you a TON of money in the process.

If you are interested in finding out more about our Advanced Plumbing Technology and your options, schedule your free inspection.