Kitec water piping was widely used between 1995 and 2007 as an alternative to copper and other water piping. It was recalled around 2005 due to it's tendency to deteriorate around the joints and leak. Follow our link to find out more.
Kitec piping can burst at a moments notice. If you have it in your home, you need to have it replaced as soon as possible.
Kitec can be usually be identified by it's colour. Hot lines are a bright orange or red, and cold lines are a bright blue. If you are unsure about you piping, give us a call or e-mail. We can help you identify your piping and replace your Kitec before it become a major problem.