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Should You Buy a House With Polybutylene Pipes?
Should You Buy a House With Polybutylene Pipes?

From about the late 1970s through the early 1990s, millions of homes across the country were constructed with polybutylene piping , one of many new building materials that were lighter, cheaper, and easier to produce than traditional metal materials. However, as these piping ...

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