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Poly B Piping is No Longer Covered by Home Insurance

Poly B Piping is No Longer Covered by Home Insurance

Poly B piping was once very popular because it was inexpensive and easy to work with. This made it a very common material for contractors and plumbers and was a great alternative to copper piping, which was more expensive. As time went on, problems began to surface,...

What Does Whole House Repiping Entail?

What Does Whole House Repiping Entail?

Certain plumbing problems will allow you to have just the faulty pipes replaced, but depending on the severity of the situation, some cases may require you to have all of the pipes in your home replaced. This is referred to as whole-house repiping and is an option...

Is the Uponor PEX Plumbing System Covered by a Warranty?

Is the Uponor PEX Plumbing System Covered by a Warranty?

PEX is a highly flexible pipe that is both durable and non-toxic and is used in plumbing, radiant heating and cooling, hydronic heating and cooling and in fire sprinkler systems. PEX is used worldwide and is installed for heating, cooling, plumbing and fire safety...

Top 5 Signs You May Need A Repipe

Top 5 Signs You May Need A Repipe

Repiping is the procedure of replacing an old or faulty pipe - potentially the piping in your whole house - with new pipes. Sometimes it is only one length of pipe, but in some cases, a repiping can be found to be beneficial if the pipes in the entire house are...

Poly B Replacement: Things You Should Know

Poly B Replacement: Things You Should Know

Most homeowners tend not to put much thought in their plumbing. After all, ‘if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.’ It’s only when you are experiencing problems that you take a closer look at things. Do you know what kind of plumbing...