Replacement of Kitec Pipes for Condos and Homes
If your high rise condo or house was built or extensively renovated between 1995 and 2007, there’s a possibility that Kitec plumbing was used. Initially marketed as a corrosion-resistant alternative to copper pipes, it was later recalled in 2005 due to its tendency to corrode at an accelerated rate. This means that if your building has Kitec plumbing, these pipes may not just leak — they could burst, causing extensive damage to your home and belongings.
Don’t Wait for a Kitec Plumbing Failure
Typically, Kitec Plumbing would be found around hot water tanks, under sinks, and in bathrooms. At CPL, our team of expert contractors will not only inspect these areas and help identify whether you have Kitec Plumbing installed, but we’ll also educate you on reliable, non-invasive solutions for replacement that we can offer. We pride ourselves in our ability to guide our customers to make informed decisions when it comes to plumbing, whether you’re a property manager, owner, or tenant.