We re-pipe polybutylene for homeowners who don’t want to run the risk of water damage.
Most innovations in the plumbing industry turn out to be wonderful enhancements with lasting performance. Unfortunately, that didn’t turn out to be the case with polybutylene piping that was used in the Mooresville, North Carolina area prior to 1995. It came to an abrupt end with a class action settlement because it was found to be an unstable material that rarely lasted more than 15 years. Needless to say, if you have this type of pipe in your home, you are on borrowed time by more than a decade and it would be wise to have your home’s piping replaced.
At Top Notch Plumbing Services Inc., we re-pipe polybutylene for homeowners who don’t want to run the risk of water damage that, incidentally, might not be covered by your insurance company. In fact, if your insurance company learns that you have this type of pipe in the house, they’ll likely insist that you take care of the re-pipe polybutylene process as soon as possible.
We would much rather you called us to take care of the re-pipe polybutylene project before you need to take advantage of our 24-hour emergency services because of a burst pipe. As a locally-owned company, not a franchise, you can expect personalized attention, along with fast, reliable services. We take pride in making sure that you are 100% satisfied with any of our plumbing services, including both residential plumbing and commercial plumbing.
If you aren’t sure if you have polybutylene pipes, reach out today to schedule an appointment for an inspection and to get the answers you need about the re-pipe polybutylene process.