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If your home, non-residential property, or the common area of your home or property contains Uponor brand fittings and plumbing 
components made of high zinc content brass, you may be eligible for benefits from Class Action Settlements. PEX PROBLEMS 
One way to identify if your building qualifies is to look inside the electrical panel and see if you have a a yellow sticker that say “Uponor,” “Wirsbo” or “Aquapex.” 
Alternatively, you may hire a plumber to identify your plumbing (though you will be responsible for payment of these costs). If you do hire a plumber, make sure you 
keep a copy of all documentation (such as color photos) to confirm the products are present. BRASS FITTING PROBLEMS

 Homeowners and landlords claiming that Uponor Corp. high-zinc “yellow brass” fittings they had installed were prone to corrosion 
and leaks urged a Minnesota federal judge on Monday to grant final approval to a settlement worth up to $21 million. 
Uponor attorney John R. Schleiter told Law360 on Tuesday that the “evergreen” agreement would require Uponor to pay a minimum
of $3 million into a common benefit fund. That fund would provide individual class members with up to $60,000 for residential property damage claims and up to $100,000 for owners of nonresidential buildings. PEX  Brass Failures  

With the sudden increase in the use of PEX in recent years, failures in PEX plumbing systems have been observed. Failures can be linked to two areas; 
the pipe and the fitting. The pipe can fail when exposed to chlorine within the water, or over exposure to sunlight before installation. In addition, PEX pipe 
has also been found to be permeable when exposed to some solutions, including oxygen and some petroleum products, and can leach toxic chemicals 
from the pipe material. As far as the fitting, the leading cause of failure in a brass fitting used with PEX is caused by dezincification. This causes the fitting
to corrode and eventually create leaks. Brass PEX Failures

How Safe is PEX Piping?
As with any type of piping that will be used to transport drinking water, the safety of the pipes must be evaluated. We’ve already explored the chemical leaching downfalls of traditional piping, but what about PEX pipes? Does chemical leaching exist here as well?  PEX Chemicals 

As a result of this advocacy, the state has adopted an unprecedented set of restrictions on the use of PEX. The new regulations provide measures to 
address: (1) the vulnerability of PEX pipe to permeation by outside contaminants such as gasoline or solvents; (2) the vulnerability of PEX to premature failure when exposed to sunlight; (3) the failure of PEX brass fittings due to dezincification and stress crack corrosion; (4) the potential for traditional 
PEX pipe to fail when installed in continuously recirculating hot water systems; and (5) the potential health impacts from the leaching of chemicals 
such as methyl tertiary-butyl ether (MTBE) from PEX pipe. MTBE PEX


 After the engineering design for a plumbing system is done, the contractors are only liable for workmanship, and the manufacturer is only liable for materials. The insurer
is liable for everything else. The insurer must be aware of the pitfalls of a water system installation to both write the exclusions and investigate for liable cause in the 
event of a failure. This article discusses a very popular plumbing material commonly referred to as PEX and addresses issues that may not be found in the actuarial 
tables. PEX RISK

Uponor has previously admitted its brass fittings were defective and could cause property damage; however, the
distributor allegedly failed to provide adequate compensation to property owners whose homes, businesses, or
other residential properties were damaged by the defective brass fittings.If you believe your property has been
damaged by 
faulty plumbing parts from Uponor, you may be entitled to compensation. Attorneys are currently
reviewing legal claims against the distributor and would like to hear from anyone who believes they may have
Uponor’s allegedly defective 
fittings installed in their homes.  

PEX is NOT Green -  PEX is Currently Non-Recyclable
One of the most significant problems with PEX pipes is that it is non-recyclable. That means, there is no way of getting
discarded PEX materials back in use. Research is on to figure out ways of effectively recycling this material, which is also
used in radiant floor heating installation. 
Read more at Buzzle

PEX (E.P.)  EP  Engineered Polymer Fitting are being phased out and discontinued.
Uponor Pex is Reverting to Brass Fittings, the new Brass Fittings are a new Lead Free
LF formula. 

Here are some outdated Videos  

EP  Engineered Polymer Fittings

Published on Jun 14, 2010

Uponor engineered polymer (EP) fittings are a strong, durable and cost-effective solution for commercial plumbing and residential PEX 


Solutions For Slab Leaks - Soft Copper Leaks  -  

Repipe  Repiping  PEX "a"   USA "L" Hard Copper Re-piping -   
Solutions For Slab Leaks -     
Soft Copper Leaks?

Repiping is a process of installing a new  Copper repipe system. This process usually includes removing old readily accessible pipe and then installing the new plumbing system. Included in the process is the installation of new  USA type "L" hard copper, properly strapped and secured, install kwik 1/4 turn ball type water stops, install new stainless steel water supply lines. After the new piping system is installed the water is turned back on, the system is pressure tested and then flushed out. The repiping process takes 1-3 days to install the new piping system. After the actual plumbing replacement, there will be some required wall and/or ceiling patching. 
A professional plumbing site survey is  part of our  repiping process. Standard repiping projects include installation of all new hot and cold domestic water piping from the water source to all existing faucets and fixtures. Unless specifically included in the proposal, drain replacement and fixtures are not included. 

Repipe or re-piping is a process of replacing the supply pipes in a dwelling or business. It is  a complete replacement of your supply plumbing system. There are several reasons you may need to repipe your home or business. Corrosion of pipes may cause low water pressure, rusty colored water, reduced water flow, or Slab or Pin hole leaks. If you are going to remodel it is a good time to repipe before you paint or finish your walls. It is important to understand the scope of the project before work is started. If you notice an isolated leak or a small portion of your existing piping leaking, or valves that are corroded or cracked, it is quite possibly an indication of a larger problem.

Solutions For Slab Leaks -    
Soft Copper Leaks? 
   A repipe is the
 solution for leaking  water pipes under your slab. Slab leaks are very serious, because all of that leaking water under your slab can cause your foundation and slab to sink. 
Slab leaks  can create sink holes under your house. Any slab leak can result in thousands of dollars in damage. That damage can be direct water damage to floor coverings like carpet, wood floors, walls, and indirect damage like mold growth.  Do not delay - Henrik Plumbing is the solution for your slab leaks. We provide free estimates .

We are true repiping experts. We have repiped homes, apartments, and commercial buildings. This means that when we come to your job site you have a highly experienced crew working on your project. We provide the highest quality re-pipe job in the industry, and this with a double the difference price guarantee (see details). We offer the highest quality for the best price - guaranteed!

What is Repiping? As the pipes of a plumbing system age, the pipes will need to be replaced because of rust, corrosion, leaks, slab leaks, pin hole leaks, low water pressure, and rusty water. This replacement process is referred to as re-piping or a repipe. The re-piping process is also known as a repipe job (or re-pipe, re-piping, repiping, and new piping, re-plumbing, re plumbing and piping replacement). Re-piping and repipe is part of the plumbing license classification. We are licensed repiping experts, we are experienced repipe plumbers.

Henrik Plumbing specializes in USA Type "L" Hard Copper re-piping. Our crews have more experience on how to install, lay out the job, order parts, and inspect the re-piping process. We are repiping experts. We have expert patching crews in house.

We at Henrik Plumbing Inc. are true Copper Repiping Experts. Call us today and let one of our plumbers give you a free in home estimate, and show you how we can repipe your home or investment property, better, and for less money - guaranteed!

Take a moment to review our PLUMBERS COMPARISON CHECKLIST and you will be confident that we are the best in the industry.

Copper repiping is a process of installing a new copper repipe system. This process usually includes removing old readily accessible pipe and then installing the new copper repipe plumbing system. Included in the process is the installation of new USA type "L" hard copper, properly strapped 
and secured, install kwik 1/4 turn ball type water stops, install new stainless steel water supply lines. After the new copper piping system is 
installed the water is turned back on, the system is pressure tested and then flushed out. The repiping process takes 1-3 days to install the 
new piping system. After the actual plumbing replacement, there will be some required wall patching. 

A professional site inspection is critical to a successful repiping process. Standard copper repiping projects include installation of all new hot and 
cold domestic water piping from the water source to all existing faucets and fixtures. Unless specifically included in the proposal, drain 
replacement and fixtures are not included. 

There are various materials used in re-piping, in water supply re-piping some of the materials are metal and perhaps some plastic pipes. The metal pipes are galvanized steel or iron, brass, and copper. The plastic pipes are Poly Vinyl Chloride PVC, Chlorine Poly Vinyl Chloride CPVC, Poly Ethylene PE, Polybutylene PB, and Kitec. Most of these plastic pipe systems will end in lawsuits. Part of the problem is with the fittings that are often cheaply made with little quality control by a variety of overseas companies. Plastic pipes also have questionable joining methods. Plastic pipes are glued, crimped, and banded. When plastic pipes blow a joint they blow apart and result in water damage. Plastics become brittle with age and heat. There are also issues about the molecular structure of plastics and the resins from which they are made. In rare instances a CPVC repipe maybe recommended where the water PH levels are a problem. 

A new trend in re-piping is sandblasting the inside of worn thin pipe and the painting the inside of the worn pipe with epoxy paint. Sometimes 
during the sandblasting the sandblasting will wear thin and blow through the wall of joints and pipes. Some of those thin spots leak right away 
and sometimes those leaks come days or weeks later. Leaking pipes that are epoxy-coated end up needing to be properly re-piped by installing 
a CDA copper re-pipe. 

The Story of Plumbing

Plumbing is the art and science of working with metals. Over time the quality of plumbing, and plumbing materials has evolved, changed, and improved. 
These improvements increase the quality of Life. Even though plumbing has a connection to metals, plumbing materials are not always metal. In the past plumbing was made of lead, copper, stone pipes (stones with holes), wooden pipes (red wood plank boxes, bricks, blocks of rock, and clay. 
They were used to form water way channels and pipes.

Plumbing can bless our lives in many ways, like saving us a trip to the river or lake for a drink or a bath, and save us from going to the out-house. 
We can take a hot shower, run the dishwasher, get ice from the ice maker, wash the clothes in the washing machine, and water our lawns and gardens.

In the past, and today in some parts of the world, unfit water can be a serious threat to people’s health. If clothes washing and bathing are taking place 
up-stream in a river everyone down stream can be affected by bitter taste, dirty water, disease, sickness, and bad health. The problem is worse today, 
there are a lot more people and a fixed amount of water. We have to properly dispose of our waste water, keeping it separated from our drinking water.

Sometimes the problem is what is inside the water, and sometimes the problem is the piping material that carries the water.
Plumbing materials can be dangerous.

The old but sage saying “buyer beware” is the best advise. There are links and information on this site to help you to become aware.

Some blame the downfall of the Roman Empire on plumbing, Lead (a heavy metal) can cause insanity and blindness. The Romans used lead pipes to 
supply their water, and the rest is history. Plumbers still have many problems to solve as populations increase.

The challenges and problems of plumbing are the same but more complex, how to keep the water "clean", and how to keep the waste water out of the 
clean drinking water, in a safe, effective, efficient manner, and at an economical price. Gold and silver would be the best of pipe materials, but they are 
very expensive. Copper pipe is becoming more expensive. Plastic and poly pipes cost less.

There are many pipe material choices. Some plumbing materials today can make you sick, insane, sterile, blind, and even bring on death. 
There are serious debates raging about the use of Plastic pipes (PEX Kitec PVC CPVC Polys Plastic Epoxy). Even the plastic bottles we use to store
water and other beverages have been shown to contribute to disease of the brain, heart and kidneys. Bottled water is often nothing more than city tap 
water that is stored and shipped in a plastic bottle. We all know not to drink out of a plastic garden hose. Now there are "improved hoses" being used to 
supply household water. When plastics burn they release a deadly poisonous gas called Dioxin.

Some of the arguments against the “plastic plumbing” are health concerns like "the molecular structure of the Plastic Resins are like pesticide and are carcinogens that leach into the water and water supply." Some of the quality concerns are that plastics become brittle with age. When a plastic pipe has 
a failure the pipe or joints usually blow apart and cause a costly flooding. Plastics do not stand up to sun light either.

It is recommended that a “water filtration” or “water purification” system be installed on every building or house. Aside from the fact that our water sources
 may have infiltration of pollution, is that the plumbing systems may contain lead and plastic. The problem is getting worse and growing. Most older water 
supply systems contain lead. If you have older plumbing pipes you should have it replaced even before your pipes leak or rust shut.

Waste water and sewer water can be a health hazard, and must be kept safely separated from rivers, lakes, streams, wells, the water table, and oceans. 
Waste water must be treated before it can be dumped in waterways. The sewer treatment process must meet minimal standards, but treated water is not 
safe to drink or to wash in. Reclaimed or treated water is used in various ways, there is a growing concern that reclaimed water is polluting most of our 
water tables and storage supplies with drugs and chemicals that are leaching in.

Some water districts reclaim sewer water and use that "treated" water, to irrigate parks, highways and golf courses. Never drink water from irrigation 
systems unless that water is "safe" and so labeled. Some water districts are "treating" us to reclaimed sewer water by introducing treated sewer water 
into our drinking water. This  "treated" water policy is not always made public. There are public assurances that this reclaimed sewer water is "safe" and 
will be properly treated with "safe” chemicals like fluoride and chlorine (two poisons). Plumbing is the most important service system in your home. 
Proper plumbing systems supply us with safe drinking water, water for preparing food, bathing, washing clothes, and washing other house hold items l
ike dishes, eating utensils, pots, and pans.

Plumbing water also provides proper disposal of the waste water that we use. There are two types of wastewater; 1.) Black Water is water that usually 
contains bio-organic matter that comes from toilets, and from sinks that are used in food preparation like kitchen sinks. 2.) Grey Water is water that comes 
from bathroom sinks, tubs, showers, and laundry that contains minimal bio-organic matter.

When it comes to  plumbing, there are  two basic systems; supply and sewer drainage. It is extremely important that the two systems never directly 
connect to each other. If the two systems connect, or potentially connect, it is considered a "cross connection". Cross connections are very dangerous 
and the consequence of a cross connection can result in sickness and death. It is important that the drinking systems be properly separated from the 
sewer drain system.

There are strict plumbing rules and instructions for installing plumbing called "Codes." These plumbing codes protect us from unsafe plumbing situations 
and installations. Plumbing codes can be different from state to state, or from city to city, there can also be codes that are universal in application. 
Codes can also be multi-level based, on various issues; federal concerns, state issues, county requirement, city need, energy conservation, 
water table levels, streams, rivers, lakes, altitude, temperature, and soil conditions.

Plumbing systems include the following parts;

1. Water supply
2. Water drainage and sewer
3. Water heating and sometimes, home heating
4. Gas systems to supply gas for water heating, home heating, and cooking
5. Landscape water drainage around homes, decks, patios, and water areas

Plumbing water supply systems can also be considered public or private. A water well located on private property used by a person  that water supply 
would be considered a "private water" supply system. If the water were supplied by a local agency it would be considered a  "public water" supply system.

Water can come from various sources like rivers, lakes, streams, and wells. That water is held in storage until used, potable (drinkable) water is usually 
treated with filtration, ozone, or chlorine separately or in combination before it enters the house for use.

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It is important to understand the scope of the project before any work is started. If you notice an isolated leak or a small portion of your 
existing piping or valves that are corroded or cracked you may be able to repair the problem and not install a new system. If you are 
experiencing low water pressure throughout all faucets in your house or notice large corrosion or several leaks it may be time to repipe your 

With repiping your water will be cleaner and flow faster. Repiping allows your family to be able to take a comfortable shower, wash dishes, 
water the lawn, wash laundry, and in fact, use all faucets and fixtures at the same time. Repipe

RepipingExperts  Plumbing 

  • Damage caused by water is one of the largest sources of insurance claims, and if the repair job is not done correctly, more problems can occur. Water must be rapidly dried from 
  • all affected areas—otherwise, your wood could warp and swell, electrical parts could short and cause fires, metals could rust, and remaining moisture could lead to deadly mold infestations.
  • Jarvis has worked with all major insurance companies in our area to quickly return water-damaged homes to pre-loss condition.Our professionals understand the importance of quickly and efficiently drying and repairing all water causing damages. We are experts with years of experience in quickly evaluating the source and damage caused by water.
  • We utilize our state-of-the-art equipment to dry the wet areas, clean and sanitize all affected areas, and finally repair and restore your home to normal. Throughout the process
  • we measure the moisture and humidity levels so that we are sure your home is dry and mold-free.    Restoration    watersmokefirerestoration
Repiping Experts - Proper installation is the most important step to ensure a safe, reliable and efficient system. There are 7 major steps included in a repiping installation
 and we have summarized each step  - The re-piping process is also known as a repipe job (re-pipe, re-piping, repiping, new piping, re-plumbing, re plumbing. 
Piping and piping replacement). Re-piping and repipe is part of the plumbing C-36 license classification. We are licensed expert plumbers. We are re-pipers. We are experienced repipe specialists. Why repipe? As the pipes of a plumbing system age, these pipes will need to be replaced because of corrosion, rust, a leak, leaks, 
slab leaks, pin hole leaks, soft copper leaking, low water pressure, and rusty water. This replacement process is referred to as "re-piping" or getting your house or 
building repiped. Repipe

Air Conditioning - The decisions you make about heating, ventilation and air conditioning - or HVAC - in your home or business directly affect your monthly energy usage and utility bills, as well as your health. Throughout this site, you’ll learn more about the costs and benefits of a new 
home comfort system vs. an older system, find valuable information about air filters and air purifiers, gather tips on air conditioning 
maintenance and installation, and learn what to look for in choosing a company to install your home comfort system. 

From basic, energy-saving models to sophisticated, technology-based systems, there are a wide variety of home comfort systems to choose 
from. Heating and cooling system installation requirements differ depending on the type of your home or building. Some homes were designed 
for split systems, with the air conditioner or heat pump outside and the furnace or air handler with cooling coil inside. While other homes were 
built to accommodate a single package unit outside the house, with only the ductwork and supply/returns inside. More AirConditioning

When planning your home renovation, you may be working with a wide range of people.

  • Architect - The architect designs the plans and creates a list of material specifications. He or she can also provide references for contractors who can implement your home renovation.
  • General contractor - The general contractor oversees the entire and oversees the subcontractors, such as electrical, plumbing, painting, or roofing. Some contractors can help with planning and 
  • designing your renovation, while others do only the actual renovation work.
  • Interior designer - The interior designer can help plan your rooms to make them more functional and can solve space problems, as well as give your home a whole new look.
  • Design/build contractor - A design/build contractor sees the renovation job through start to finish. Design/build contractors usually work in conjunction with an architect or interior designer to help 
  • with the planning and designing phase.
With any potential craftsperson, it's important to thoroughly discuss your needs, review their portfolios and references so you can examine the quality of work, and make an informed 
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