Polybutylene can cause many problems for Georgia homeowners and Atlantis Plumber is here to help solve your polybutylene pipe problems with polybutylene repair and replacement services.

Polybutylene Pipe Problems

If you have polybutylene plumbing, you probably already know that polybutylene pipes are prone to leaking. Made out of plastic resin, polybutylene plumbing was used widely between 1978 and 1995, mostly in the Pacific Northwest, the South (including the metro Atlanta area) and the Mid-Atlantic states.

At first, many people thought that polybutylene was great because the pipes were cheap and easy to install. However, home and business owners quickly found that the pipes often leaked and could have major plumbing problems with chemicals getting into the water supply and/or the pipes falling apart.

Polybutylene Problems

While not every polybutylene pipe leaks, many polybutylene plumbing systems seem to disintegrate suddenly and beging to leak.The presence of chlorine can eventually disintegrate the fittings and the pipe itself because the chlorine causes the inside of the pipe to dry out, flake and even cause tiny little fractures, creating a structural integrity issue.

We fix polybutylene pipe problems throughout:

Fulton County, Bartow County, Cobb County, Dekalb County, Cherokee County, Gwinnett County, and Douglas County.

Acworth GA, Atlanta GA, Austell GA, Cartersville GA, Doraville GA, Douglasville GA, Hiram GA, Kennesaw GA, Lawrenceville GA, Lithia Springs GA, Loganville GA, Mableton GA, Marietta GA, Powder Springs GA, Rockmart GA, Roswell GA, Smyrna GA, Tucker GA, Villa Rica GA, Vinings GA, and Woodstock GA.