Buying a Home with Poly B™ Piping
Many homebuyers feel discouraged when the homes they want to buy have a Polybutylene system. It is noteworthy that many houses constructed from 1980 to the late 90s with Poly B™ are of great quality and located in high-profile areas with amazing amenities. With small renovation and remediation, it is possible to transform these homes into Poly B™-less ones. Eliminating the threat or risk of water damage from Poly B™ pipe failure.
It should be noted that sellers do not usually replace the pipes in the homes before listing for sale. Consequently, you must instruct your real estate agent to notify the seller of the steps below prior to completing the purchasing contract:
Selling a Home with Poly B™ Piping
If you are selling a home with Poly B™ piping, it may be difficult to do so to educated buyers. Educated buyers understand the problem with Poly B™ piping and its sub-par longevity. They are also very aware of not being eligible for home insurance after purchasing the home with Poly B™..
Here are some options if you are selling a home with Poly B™ piping: