Class Action to Fix Pipes before they break

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    • #281783

      I heard there was a class action suit to require manufacturer to fix pipes before they break. Does anyone have any info about this? Thanks.

    • #304404

      : The class action suit pertains to polybutelyne pipe only (it is gray and flexible). The pipe had to be installed prior to July 31, 1995, and you have to document 1 leak, either one that has been repaired, or presently leaking. If it is leaking, get it repaired as the process takes 30 – 60 days to get the pipes replaced. Replacement is free, including wall, paint and wallpaper repairs where cut to replace all the poly pipe in your home or business.

    • #304405

      We purchased a property 6 weeks ago and have found that we have polybutelyne pipe-We have a substantial leak-usage of about 1000 gals a day. Plumber has installed temporary line and we are replacing the service with copper pipe. We called the 800# for the class action and were advised that they are only reimbursing for homes less than 10 years old.Our home is 11 years old. Any information you can provide will be appreciated. Thanks

    • #308501

      : : : The class action suit pertains to polybutelyne pipe only (it is gray and flexible). The pipe had to be installed prior to July 31, 1995, and you have to document 1 leak, either one that has been repaired, or presently leaking. If it is leaking, get it repaired as the process takes 30 – 60 days to get the pipes replaced. Replacement is free, including wall, paint and wallpaper repairs where cut to replace all the poly pipe in your home or business.

    • #303705

      If you have gray plastic inside or blue plastic outside, the settlement will pay, or pay some of the costs, for replacing it after it breaks. The agency usually wishes proof that it has had to be repaired at least 3 times before the replacement is made. : : I heard there was a class action suit to require manufacturer to fix pipes before they break. Does anyone have any info about this? Thanks.

    • #303709

      The class action suit pertains to polybutelyne pipe only (it is gray and flexible). The pipe had to be installed prior to July 31, 1995, and you have to document 1 leak, either one that has been repaired, or presently leaking. If it is leaking, get it repaired as the process takes 30 – 60 days to get the pipes replaced. Replacement is free, including wall, paint and wallpaper repairs where cut to replace all the poly pipe in your home or business.

    • #307589

      : : The class action suit pertains to polybutelyne pipe only (it is gray and flexible). The pipe had to be installed prior to July 31, 1995, and you have to document 1 leak, either one that has been repaired, or presently leaking. If it is leaking, get it repaired as the process takes 30 – 60 days to get the pipes replaced. Replacement is free, including wall, paint and wallpaper repairs where cut to replace all the poly pipe in your home or business.

    • #307956

      : : : The class action suit pertains to polybutelyne pipe only (it is gray and flexible). The pipe had to be installed prior to July 31, 1995, and you have to document 1 leak, either one that has been repaired, or presently leaking. If it is leaking, get it repaired as the process takes 30 – 60 days to get the pipes replaced. Replacement is free, including wall, paint and wallpaper repairs where cut to replace all the poly pipe in your home or business.

    • #307957

      I have a fifteen year old house in Atlanta, Georgia, and just recently had to pay $900.00 in repairs for replacing a polybutelyne connection in my front yard (main water line from the street). I am curious as to how to get information on any class action suits and how to get reimbursed for this repqir, if possible. Can anyone help with some info?

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