Polybutelyne class action suit.

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      Avatar photoMasterPlumbers

        How can I get involved or information on polybutelyne class action suit. I have had several leaks, and the
        plumbing company told me to look into this issue. Is there a web site or # to call.

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        Avatar photoJerry Peck

          If this is working properly, click the link below for more information:

          http://www.masterplumbers.com/plumbing/wwwboard/Forum1/HTML/001376.html This should open a new window (so you will also still be here) which you will need to close.

          There is a lot of information there for you, just scroll down.
          [Edited by Jerry Peck on 13 October 2000]

        • #287940
          Avatar photoPoly Doctor

            RESPONSE: If you would like a referral to an expert repipe contractor in your area, we can provide you with several names. For comprehensive and FACTUAL information on polybutylene, Class Action Links and Contractor Opportunities visit http://www.polybutylene411.org.
            This site hides nothing and is here to HELP you. This is a not for profit site that is here for one reason . . . to help you deal with repipe issues.

            There are some sites that appear to be providing you with complete information about polybutylene. Some of these are commercial sites in the poly replacement business. They tell you what they want you to know. And some tell you different stories. We do NOT recommend you allowing a subcontractor to do repipe work in your home.

            If you do not qualify for the class action suits do NOT simply let a contractor tell you there are no alternatives. We can provide you with alternative solutions, as well as a list of top contractors to get estimates from. You certainly need more than one or two estimates and several referrals. We will also tell you the questions to ask your contractor to make sure they have crews that are qualified to do the work in your home. For example, make sure you ask any contractor if he has left a job and the house caught fire from hotspots they left in the walls. This is a very key question.

            Also be sure to ask all companies for a few phone numbers of the references or testimonials they show you. Don’t let them select which ones if they are featured on a website. Just ask them for the names and phone numbers of the ones you want to call. You may find some surprises.

            Here are some reliable websites with additional information :

            Polybutylene Information Help Site – 5 STAR SITE – http://www.polybutylene411.org

            Master Plumbers Bulletin Board – 5 STAR SITE – http://www.masterplumbers.com/wwwboard_index.html

            Terry Love Plumbing Bulletin Board – 5 STAR SITE – Info on Repipe – http://terrylove.com/pipe.htm

            Terry Love Plumbing Bulletin Board – 5 STAR SITE – Polybutylene Info and Pictures – http://terrylove.com/qest.htm

            CLASS ACTION – Consumer Plumbing Recovery Center – 800-356-3496 – http://www.pbpipe.com

            CLASS ACTION – Spencer Class Facility – 800-490-6997 – http://www.spencerclass.com/

            CLASS ACTION – Brasscraft Claims Facility – 3600 Orchard Hill Place, Novi, MI 48376

            CLASS ACTION – Canadian Homeowners – http://www.siskind.com/classpipe.html

            CLASS ACTION – Canadian Homeowners – http://www.poynerbaxter.com/
            Poly site that references Class Action Lawsuit filed by the insurance industry against the poly resin manufacturers -www.businessinsurance.com/mktplace/ad0308.html

            Site with Key Dates involved in the development and problems associated with polybutylene plumbing systems – http://cbc.ca/consumers/market/files/home/pipes/chronology.html

            Site with confidential documents from Shell!!! – http://tv.cbc.ca/market/files/home/pipes/memo1.html

            SPECIAL NOTE: If you would like referrals to reliable contractors in your area or you want to know more about your contractor, please visit . . . http://www.polybutylene411.org

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