You may have Polybutylene or Poly B pipe in your home. This grey pipe was manufactured for water supply in residential homes from 1978 to 1998. Unfortunately Poly B is known for splitting, fracturing and causing major water damage. The molecular bond in the pipe is known to fail. Poly B is no longer used in new construction and in some cases insurance companies may refuse coverage for water damage if the home has Poly B piping. This is causing many to have to replace the water supply lines in their homes if they have Poly B.
The pipe readily used now is called Pex. This pipe is cost effective, flexible and most importantly durable. Pex is environmentally friendly, easy to install, flexible, strong and has proven long-term reliability. It is also chemical resistant and has a greater tolerance to high pressure and temperature.
We can provide you with a free, on-site quote to replace all the Poly B pipe in your home. Our work will cause the least amount of drywall damage possible. Typically the pipe replacement can be complete in a few days.
If you have Poly B piping in your home and you are considering replacing it call Paul at PMC Plumbing for a free, no obligation quote!
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