|Posted by Wayne on January 06, 2002 at 19:40:28:|
I have my house on the market and my real estate agent says that having polybuteline plumbing in my house will effect the saleability of my home.
I cannot afford to pay a profession plumber to replace it. I am considering replacing it myself.
My question is, without owning my own professional set of plumbing tools and equipment (except for wrenches and a pipe cutter) what type of pipes (material), fittings and tools "should" I buy to replace the plumbing in my house for the lowest possible cost? I want quality materials that will not cause problems or be really difficult to work with but keep my expenses as low as possible.