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I have a rental in Escondido that need some help with

It has the 1 st  generation PEX pipe and over the years we had chase down a few pin holes

So I think it is time a re pipe 

Is it best to stick the newer generation PEX or switch over to copper?

 

Anyone  here on the site do this?

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I would go with Uponor Pex not copper. I will look for guys contact info for your area. 

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Thannks

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  Ask for Doug he is a River forum member . If you were closer to Torrance I have several plumbers I could refer. 

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Streamline Repipe

Ask for Izzy (855) REPIPES

streamlinerepipex@gmail.com

http://streamlinerepipe.com

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21 hours ago, indianjoe said:

I have a rental in Escondido that need some help with

It has the 1 st  generation PEX pipe and over the years we had chase down a few pin holes

So I think it is time a re pipe 

Is it best to stick the newer generation PEX or switch over to copper?

 

Anyone  here on the site do this?

Had this done last year for the same reason, kept chasing pin holes in the polybutylene .  Seemed like every time I was getting ready for a trip to G another pin hole.  Said eff it and had the whole house redone in copper as running the new PEX would require a sh*t ton of repair and drywall work.  I used Arthur Brown plumbing but would like to also recommend Hanna Plumbing in Vista

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