Due to problems with the product, we recommend you re-pipe Dura-Pex systems as soon as possible.
At Top Notch Plumbing Services Inc., we have more than 20 years of experience in the plumbing industry, so we tend to be on top of changes and situations that come along that sometimes the public is not aware of. One instance that we are alerting our customers about is the situation regarding Dura-Pex. A class action lawsuit was filed alleging the tubing is prone to oxidation, the clamps experience stress corrosion cracking, and the fittings are prone to dezincification, which means the zinc can leach out of the fittings. If you are noticing leaking problems at your Lake Norman, North Carolina home, we recommend calling us to re-pipe Dura-Pex plumbing systems.
We would be happy to provide you with a quote to re-pipe Dura-Pex if you are entitled to benefits from the class action settlement. See more information on the settlement website. Time is of the essence to seek funds from the settlement fund to cover part of your re-pipe Dura-Pex costs, so don’t delay in getting us to your home to assess the condition of your plumbing and do the work within the window of opportunity.
Regardless of whether you can take part in the class action settlement, we highly recommend having your home inspected if you suspect you have this material in your home. In addition, there are also problems associated with polybutylene pipes and fittings installed between 1978 and 1996 in roughly 10 million homes. We also provide re-piping for this material. Call today to schedule an appointment.