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Home Quiet Plumbing Pipes
How often do you hear the toilet flush…when you're not in the bathroom? If your home has PVC plumbing, chances are you hear it every time. In this quick video, Master Builder Matt Risinger explains why your PVC plumbing is so noisy.If your building a new house or remodeling an old one and you're concerned about noisy pipes, talk to your plumber about a quieter alternative. Risinger will tell you that it's really hard to insulate PVC pipes to reduce noise. Instead, opt for a Charlotte Quiet Pipe, which is essentially a cast-iron pipe," just like you find in older homes.Curious? Check out this video to learn more.

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