PEX is available in a variety of lengths, from short 10-foot pieces (for small repairs) to rolls over 500 feet long, which are used to install a home's entire water supply system.
PEX pipe is part of a water supply piping system that has several benefits over metal pipe or rigid plastic pipe systems. It is flexible, resistant to scale and chlorine. PEX pipe doesn't corrode or develop pinholes.
PEX piping is more durable than copper piping, and it is used in a number of applications for residential and commercial plumbing. The average life span of PEX for plumbing purposes goes well over 20 years.
Installing PEX does not require soldering like copper and galvanized steel. PEX does not corrode, which can happen with both copper and steel pipes, leading to leaks and contamination of the water supply. Water flows silently through PEX, eliminating the hammering noise associated with metal piping. PEX can be connected to existing metal supply lines with the correct fittings.
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