Polybutylene Piping

Was your home or business constructed between 1978 and 1995? Are the pipes in your home/business gray or white with a dull finish? Your home/business might be one of the 10 million residences nationwide that have polybutylene piping.

These pipes are created from plastic resin that was used as a cheap substitute for copper. Deterioration occurs when polybutylene reacts with acetyl fittings and oxidants. This process is subtle and may not be apparent immediately. The result is reduced structural integrity in the piping that may cause leaks that cause severe damage to the property.
Meeks Plumbing & Septic has years of experience identifying polybutylene-related problems and removing this problematic piping. Schedule a visit today with one of our professionals to avoid thousands of dollars in damage that might result from a systemic collapse due to polybutylene piping. One call today can help you identify, diagnose and deal with your problem immediately.