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56 year old copper pipe radiant floor heat. Leaks.
Hi, I am in spokane wah. My dad built the family home in mid 50's Copper in concrete in basement floor and also floor (concrete) between main floor and basement. For the past 8 years, about every 2 years another leak develops in main floor tubing. Leaking into basement. No serious damage yet, But< main floor has sculptured wool carpeting that is still like new, and eventually, one of the leaks is going to be over the pool table, or ????. Is there a stop leak type product ? Or, a very flexible pipe that could be somehow inserted into the copper pipe. I HATE to pull up the hardwood and wool carpet to repair/replace system. Any help would be GREATLY appreciated. Or, am I in deep trouble? Thanks for any and all ideas. john in Spokane :)