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pex or copper in concrete?
I have a boiler with base board heat. There is a 4 ft. piece of copper pipe which is buried in the the concrete slab in the area under my front door. It has developed a leak and I was wondering if it is better to use Pex or stick with the copper. I will be recovering the pipe with concrete when the leak is repaired.
Also, if I use pex are Shark Bite fittings a good way to connect to the existing copper pipe.
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