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These are the only waterlines I have ever used besides copper the company I work for has been using this product for over 15+years, I'm canadian and I can tell most americans are still into copper so if you have any questions about it like whats good/bad compared to copper/brass other waterlines just let me know.
 

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Not where I'm at. If a homeowner asked me who to call for a copper repipe I wouldn't even know who would do such a thing.

These are the only waterlines I have ever used besides copper the company I work for has been using this product for over 15+years, I'm canadian and I can tell most americans are still into copper so if you have any questions about it like whats good/bad compared to copper/brass other waterlines just let me know.
 

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i'd do it but most around here won't spend the $$$. if there's a reasonable amount of room to work, i love doing copper repipes. it just costs so damned much.









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since this site is for "Professional Plumbers", I really hope everyone here nows about plastic waterlines. HePex just has an oxygen barrier on the outside and I believe is not internally cleaned. Wirsbo has to be the biggest pex supplier in North America, right? if not the world.
 

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since this site is for "Professional Plumbers", I really hope everyone here nows about plastic waterlines. HePex just has an oxygen barrier on the outside and I believe is not internally cleaned. Wirsbo has to be the biggest pex supplier in North America, right? if not the world.

Nope , never heard of plastic water lines, :no::laughing:
 
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