Georgia Polybutylene Pipe Repair
As Georgia's #1 polybutylene service, we offer the best professional and affordable polybutylene repair services to homeowners and business throughout the Atlanta metro area.
Who Has Polybutylene Pipes?
If your metro Atlanta home was built between 1978 and 1995, chances are that polybutylene pipes are present. Sudden leaks are one of the primary signs that you have “poly pipes” and should have the plumbing system inspected.
How to Check
Look at your plumbing system pipes, especially in the basement or underneath bathroom sinks or near toilets. If the pipe is gray, blue or black with a dull finish and is installed near the water heater with a shutoff valve connected to the outside water main, you likely have polybutylene plumbing.
Another indication is if the pipe is 1/2" to 1" in diameter. Some poly pipes connect to copper piping as well.
Polybutylene Repair Services
Polybutylene has been found to deteriorate due to cholrine and other chemicals found in public water. Additionally, polybutylene piping has a relatively low bursting pressure compared to an equal sized copper pipe. Some polybutylene piping can be managed with a correctly installed pressure reducing valve, a service offered by Atlantis Plumbing as well.
Atlantis Plumbing can accomodate home owners with interior Georgia Polybutylene removal as well as exterior Georgia Polybutylene removal.
Atlantis specializes in Georgia Polybutylene services, from GA polybutylene replacement to polybutylene repair.
We offer polybutylene pipe repair services 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.