Polybutylene Pipe Replacement
From 1978 until 1995, polybutylene pipes were viewed as the “pipe of the future” due to the low cost of the material and ease of installation. Polybutylene was installed throughout much of the Mid-Atlantic region as a substitute for copper pipes. Unfortunately, polybutylene pipes were extremely susceptible to chemicals in the water, and after 10 years many pipe systems started to fail spectacularly, costing homeowners thousands of dollars in repairs.
Polybutylene pipes are no longer in production, and have not been for decades. But if you live in a home built between 1978 and 1995, you could still be at risk!
Count on Peninsula: Your Pipe Replacement Company
We care about our neighbors and each and every one of our customers. And we believe this commitment to quality customer service sets us apart from the rest.
Dependability. Service. Quality. Value. That’s what you’ll hear when you ask our customers about us. And our commitment to your satisfaction is built on this foundation!
Reputation is everything. That’s especially true in the close-knit communities along the Maryland and Delaware peninsula. Here, Peninsula has built a long-standing reputation of respect and trust, home by home, family by family. And we’re proud of that!
You can count on Peninsula for:
- An unequaled commitment to your needs and personal satisfaction
- Reliable, around-the-clock emergency service, 365 days a year
- Expert installation and upgrades, maximizing system performance
- Worry-free payment plans that respect your budget
So relax. You’ve come to the right place. You can count on our family to keep your family snug and secure. It’s what we do!
To find out more about our pipe replacement services, contact us today!
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