You can rely on us for Poly B replacements in older Calgary homes. The new plumbing that we’ll put in is perfect for conventional or advanced water systems, helping you avoid a pipe replacement. Improper pressure can lead to a lot more damage than you might think, and many homeowners struggle with the impact that the presence of polybutylene plumbing has on their home value.
Whether you’re buying or selling a home, you may opt for a home inspection. Home inspectors are always on the lookout for Poly B pipes and you could be stuck with a hefty plumbing bill to get the pipes replaced. Inspectors test the structure of your home’s water lines; typically the older the home, the more damage and deterioration.
To avoid premature repairs; water damage to drywall, flooring, wood supports, or installation; and much more financial inconveniences; reach out for help. In addition to replacing outdated Poly B pipes, we can also upgrade your water heater. Call us today for a service you can trust for decades.
We can get your home or commercial property back on track, so you can enjoy a much lower risk of water damage in the coming years. With competitive pricing and expert know-how, we can keep your Poly B replacement cost down and give you the value you need for your home’s water lines.
PEX plumbing is the next generation of piping with great life expectancy, but the class you choose makes all the difference. Class C is lower grade, unable to withstand heat fluctuations or stronger water pressure. But Class A can take close to 500 psi, and even freezing conditions, where normal pipes of various kinds of material would burst.
There are a few ways to dientify Poly B pipes in your home:
Poly B was popular for years thanks to its flexibility and economical material cost, but its 10–25-year lifespan is overestimated more often than not. It easily corrodes, or cracks due to pressure, and there have reports that it can fail in as little as 3 years.