What are Polybutylene Pipes?
If you're asking yourself, "What are Polybutylene Pipes?," you may be worried that your home or business was built with them. If your building was built between the late 70's and mid 90's, polybutylene pipes may have been and may still be there.
So, what's wrong with polybutylene pipes? To put it simply, they deteriorate.
Atlantis Plumbing specializes in replacing Polybutylene Pipes in the metro Atlanta area.
- Polybutylene pipe is grey, black or blue. Interior polybutylene is mostly grey and exterior polybutylene is mostly blue or black.
- Polybutylene pipe was installed and manufactured from the late 1970s till the mid-1990s, however, stockpiles of polybutylene pipe at supply vendors, such as supply risers were still known to be available up to 1999.
- The most common sizes for polybutylene pipe are 3/8", 1/2", 3/4" and 1".
- Polybutylene piping was used for both residential and commercial water distribution piping.
- Polybutylene pipe connectors can be copper, brass, or plastic. The connector types are barbed with a crimp ring or compression with a plastic or metal ferrule.
We Offer Polybutylene Pipe Services in Metro Atlanta and Surrounding Areas
Fulton County, Bartow County, Cobb County, Paulding County, Cherokee County, Gwinnett County, and Douglas County.
Acworth GA, Atlanta GA, Austell GA, Cartersville GA, Doraville GA, Douglasville GA, Hiram GA, Kennesaw GA, Lawrenceville GA, Lithia Springs GA, Loganville GA, Mableton GA, Marietta GA, Powder Springs GA, Rockmart GA, Roswell GA, Smyrna GA, Tucker GA, Villa Rica GA, Vinings GA, Woodstock GA, and Surrounding Communities.