|Posted by hj on July 26, 1999 at 23:48:37:|
|In response to Re: Copper vs CPVC (flowguard gold)|
In 95% of the cases it is strictly cost. Some areas have an active water problem that deteriorates copper, but in most cases the decision is based on the cheaper material cost, and the fact that inexperienced workers can assemble it. Longevity is an unknown, and the resale will depend on the bias of the buyer.
: Why some reputable builders use CPVC vs copper? Is it because of cost? How effective is CPVC interms of longivity, sciece and resale of a home?
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