Kitec plumbing lawsuit impacts homes and condos built after 1997

Homes built between 1995 and 2007 often used a then-new type of plumbing commonly known as Kitec. Marketed as a corrosion-resistant alternative to copper pipes and fittings, Kitec took the residential building industry by storm, until in 2005 the product was recalled. It had a tendency to corrode at an accelerated rate. These days it’s no longer manufactured.   Read the article…………..


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