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I have a mobile home and want to replace plumbing, should I consider Pex as my best bet cost wise and performance wide?

Sarah Allen | Posted in Energy Efficiency and Durability on

I want to have a home that is as green as possible, but plumbing choices are few. Also will Pex be durable as long as it is out of sunlight? Is water pressure an issue?

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    Martin Holladay | | #1

    Either PEX or copper will work fine. Either type of tubing can easily handle typical residential water pressures.

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