KITEC PLUMBING POSES A RISK TO YOUR ENTIRE BUILDING
Was your Toronto-area condominium building built between 1995 and 2007? There may be a ticking time bomb behind your walls: Kitec plumbing.
Kitec plumbing was recalled in 2005 after engineers found it was susceptible to accelerated corrosion and unable to withstand water at a high temperature. Industry experts have found that rather than simply leak, Kitec plumbing is likely to burst, causing costly flood damage.
Unlike copper piping, however, there is no band-aid solution to faulty Kitec plumbing—it must be replaced. Let Rikos defuse that ticking time bomb in your building. Our expert technicians will replace Kitec plumbing in your domestic high-rise with Uponor PEX piping and Type L copper.