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Have you had more than one slab leak?

Do you have polybutylene plumbing?
Do it Proper with Copper

Slab Leaks

Some customers have had as many as 4 or 5 slab leaks. If you were to add up the cost of the slab leak repairs, plus the cost of possible flood damage, they could have repiped their entire home twice! Homeowners that decide to repipe their home are assuring themselves that they will never have a slab leak again.

Polybutylene Plumbing

Polybutylene (PB) is a plastic material, or co-polymer. Also known as Quest plumbing, it was widely used from the mid-1970s to the mid-1990s across the nation. At the time, it was touted as the "pipe of the future", but it has not lived up to that title. PB pipes are easily identified by the gray color and copper rings around the fittings where there are joints or directional changes in the pipe.


PB failures can range in severity, but once you find a leak, you can be assured you will soon have more. The average PB pipe starts to leak after nine years. The older the pipes, the more likely they are to fail. With PB, it is not a question of IF the pipes will fail, but WHEN they will fail.

So, if you find yourself throwing your hands in the air in frustration over multiple slab leaks or know that you have PB pipes and would like to eliminate the fears of leaks, then contact us for a free estimate.