|Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on December 21, 1999 at 16:08:48:|
|In response to Re: Polybutelene Plumbing|
As Kathy mentioned you should contact the Consumer Plumbing Recovery Center. An additional contact number that you can use is 800-356-3496. You can also have a look at their web site at http://www.pbpipe.com. Another great source of polybutylene information can be found at http://www.polybutylene.com. Follow the link listed below.
: About a year ago we purchased a home built between 1990 and 1991. I had some plumbing work done and discovered a leak in my shower. The plumber who did the repair work informed me the house had this type of plumbing. Currently, I'm in the process of remodeling a different bathroom and have again been informed by the new plumber that I have polybutelene piping. This plumber told me about a class action suit and suggested I research it as he was told I might be able to get the house replumbed. Also, I think I have additional leakage in the first bathroom although it has not yet been verified by a plumber.
: What can I do? Is it too late to get anything done legally (as part of a class action suit). Please let me know.
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