Among the hundreds of wonderful things copper is used for in and around our homes, it is probably recognized first as a plumbing material. For the past 75 years, copper tubing has been the most reliable and cost-effective option for distributing water to and through our homes for various applications. For natural gas, its history goes back more than 35 years.
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- Copper Plumbing Featured In Showcase /Custom Home” At IBS “ShowVillage2006”
- A House Isn't A Home Without Copper
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- New NFPA Code May Increase Installation Of Residential Fire Sprinklers
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Home Planning Series
Home Planning Series features a set of articles specifically developed to provide useful information on various applications and use areas within a home. Selected articles related to plumbing, heating and cooling are presented here:
- Copper Quality for Residential Fuel Gas Systems
- Saving the Planet - One House at a Time
- A Home Powered by the Sun and Earth: Heating And Cooling System Relies On Copper Tubing Buried In The Yard
- The "Green" Metal Is Made to Last
- Search for Nation's Oldest Copper Plumbing Continues
- Home Fire Sprinklers Save Lives