Old 04-09-00, 01:31 PM
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I have a 1922 Bungalow that has galvanized & copper piping. I am looking to re run the plumbing. I was always taught that copper rules... why is there a stigma to using cpvc pipe? it's ease of use and cost savings make it an attractive alternative to copper.

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Old 04-10-00, 05:57 AM
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Check with your local bldg. dept. and see if CPVC is legal where you live. Copper will last longer. Do you want to replumb the house again?
Old 04-13-00, 08:55 PM
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Lefty is right. Unless you live in an area that has incredibly corrosive water ( good reason to move ) copper is really the only sure thing. Also make sure that they or you use L series, you get exactly what you pay for.

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