Ottawa, Canada, April 08, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- According to research conducted by North Vancouver lawyer Jim Poyne, “Polybutylene piping was installed in more than 700,000 houses across Canada … between 1976 and 1997.” Homeowners who believe their pipes may be made from polybutylene but haven’t noticed any issues are encouraged to maintain the condition of their pipes.
To make the best of polybutylene pipes, ensure that:
- There are no cracks or leaks in joints
- Water pressure is between 40-60 psi
- No polybutylene pipes are connected to a hot water heater
- If living in a high chlorine level area, a water filter is installed
- They are used in a circulating hot water loop
- If using hot and cold water, the hot water tank is set to 51 -55 degrees Celsius
To learn more about polybutylene piping, contact experts at Barrhaven plumbing company, John the Plumber, by visiting their website at http://www.johntheplumber.ca/.
About John the Plumber
For over 10 years, Barrhaven plumbing company John the Plumber has been proudly serving Ottawa and surrounding area residents in Kingston, Barrhaven, Orleans, and Kanata. Fully licensed and insured plumbers from John the Plumber strive to go above and beyond what is required of them and build strong customer relationships with every job. Expert workmanship at affordable prices is why customers keep coming back to John the Plumber; contact them today to experience the difference first hand.