If you’re not a plumbing expert, then it’s likely you don’t know how to recognize polybutylene piping in your home. Here are some of the easiest ways to recognize "big blue" to keep your family and home safe!
When you move into a new home, one of the very first things you'll want to do is locate the main water shut-off valve.
It’s important to conduct a lead water test if you’re unsure whether or not you have lead pipes. John C. Flood can repair or replace interior and exterior pipes and install water purification systems to keep your family safe from lead in water. Consuming lead in water has been linked to cardiovascular disease, constipation, nausea, and depression. Read about the importance of lead pipe replacement.
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