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Why You Should Replace Polybutylene (Quest) Piping
Why You Should Replace Polybutylene (Quest) Piping

Over the years, the preferred material that pipes are constructed with has changed significantly. During the 1980s, a new plumbing material known as “polybutylene” was introduced and took the market by storm. Also known as Polybutylene or “Quest” piping, this type of plastic ...

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