Polybutylene Pipe Replacement

Do you have Polybutylene pipe in your home? The Polybutylene Class Action settlement is closed. No further claims will be paid.  However, it can be nearly impossible to sell a home with Polybutylene piping so homeowners pay for the replacement piping out of their own pocket.

Call Eric Evans Plumbing about Polybutylene Pipe Replacement. Call 770-294-4842.

If you have Polybutylene pipes in your home, it is a matter of when, not if you will have leaks. The only real solution to the Polybutylene plumbing problem is to completely replace the potable water piping in your home. Unlike some home maintenance issues, a delay in replacing Polybutylene piping could have a devastating result.  Replacing the Polybutylene piping replacement, it will also increase your home value. It can be difficult to sell a home with Polybutylene pipes.

Perhaps the largest lawsuit in U.S. history was about Polybutylene pipe failure.  Cox vs. Shell, et al. was settled in 1995 for over 1 Billion dollars. The Polybutylene Class Action settlement applied to homes with Polybutylene installed from January 1, 1978 to July 31, 1995.  On May 1, 2009, the settlement payout from Shell v. Cox, managed by the Consumer Plumbing Recovery Center, was shut down and no more claims will be paid.

If you have experienced a leak in your blue poly water line from the curb to your home, give us a call. We can replace your water line to ensure years of reliable service.

Call Eric Evans Plumbing to replace your Polybutylene pipes so you never have to worry about plumbing leaks again.Call 770-294-4842.

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