Re: Polybutelene Re-plumb
Posted by PolyExpert on August 10, 1999 at 11:03:39:
In response to Re: Polybutelene Re-plumb
RESPONSE: We are the largest polybutylene remediator in the country. If you would like a free consultation, call me, Mike Morgan at 800-501-7703.


Here are some excellent sources of information on polybutylene . . .

Consumer Plumbing Recovery Center - 800-356-3496 - http://www.kinsella.com/polybutylene/

Spencer Class Facility - 800-490-6997 - http://www.spencerclass.com/

Poly Info Central - http://www.polybutylene.com

Site that reference Class Action Lawsuit filed by the insurance industry against the poly resin manufacturers -http://www.businessinsurance.com/mktplace/ad0308.html

Site with confidential documents from Shell!!! - http://tv.cbc.ca/market/files/home/pipes/memo1.html

Poly Information Source - http://homepages.infoseek.com/~precise5/index.html

Ask the Experts - Bulletin Board Forum - http://www.egroups.com/group/polybutylene/

Ask the Experts - Bulletin Board Forum - http://comm.excite.com/comm/area/pw/welcome/main.asp?cid=.P371j56AowL&auth=

Canadian Homeowners - http://www.siskind.com/classpipe.html

Canadian Homeowners - http://www.poynerbaxter.com/

: I've been informed that my plumbing system qualifies for a no-cost re-plumb. I've also been told that I have the
: choice of copper or CPVC in the overhead. (My house is on slab foundation). Which type of pipe would
: be best? I know that CPCV would be cheaper and easier to work with in overhead, but would copper,
: although more difficult to install be better? What are the advantages of one over the other from an owner's
: point of view?




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