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If I have Polybutylene pipe what should I do?

Interior Polybutylene Pipe Replacements


  • People can live in the home while we work because we give them at least one working bathroom overnight.

  • The replacement of your entire interior Polybutylene water distribution system is commonly referred to as a repipe. This process begins with shutting off water to the entire house via the county/street shut-off valve. Protective floor and furniture coverings are then strategically placed throughout the house to protect the homeowner's property and to facilitate an expeditious and effective cleanup. Next, holes are cut into walls and ceilings (as required) to permit access to key sections of the existing interior PB piping system. We do our best to cut the holes in areas that are the easiest to restore. The existing PB pipe is replaced with the new (copper or CPVC) piping and fittings. Water to the house is restored followed by a thorough clean-up.

  • Completing the plumbing portion of a repipe requires 1 to 2 days depending upon the size and complexity of the existing in-house piping system. Once all plumbing has been completed there is normally 2 to 3 days of drywall repair and painting needed to return the dwelling to its original appearance. Please contact our office for detailed estimates for each individual component (plumbing, drywall repair, and painting) of the repipe process.

Top Areas / Zip Codes we service:

Ellicott City, MD: 21042, 21043
Columbia, MD: 21044, 21045, 21046
Clarksville, MD: 21029
Sykesville, MD: 21784
Dayton, MD: 21036
Fulton, MD: 20759
Olney, MD: 20830



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KEN GRIFFIN PLUMBING SERVICES, INC.
Office: 410-992-5875
Fax: 443-535-0032
Master Plumber 7378
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