Deterioration of copper pipes

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    • #274394
      MasterPlumbers
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      I build my home in 1990 and plan to
      stay here 30 more years. Problem is I used hard copper pipes and have well water which is corroding the pipes and depositing green stains on my sinks. I have installed two phosphate feeders and this has greatly reduced the staining.
      My question is, am I doing all I reasonably can do to protect my pipes from deteroriation or should I plan to change the copper to plastic in the near future?

    • #289666
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      You may want to check out these sites. http://WWW.COPPERKNIGHT.COM and http://WWW.PLUMBINGWHEREHOUSE.COM. If your water has a low ph it may benefit from a acid neutralizer.

    • #289667
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      You may want to look at the following sites. http://WWW.COPPERKNIGHT.COM and http://WWW.PLUMBINGWHEREHOUSE.COM. If your water has a low ph it may benefit from installation of an acid neutralizer.

    • #289668
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      check out the following sites, http://www.copperknight.com http://www.plumbingwherehouse.com
      If your water has a low p.h. an acid neutralizer may help.

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