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Roth pert-X radiant tubing condition

Geode Member Posts: 7
First time posting here, have been lurking occasionally for a few years. Back in 2012 NRT radiant designed a slab radiant system for me and provided the pert tubing among other items. I suffered some major health problems which brought the project to a screeching halt. Now thankfully I'm back working on the project. Though Unfortunately NRT has apparently gone out of business. Sad, I really enjoyed working with Alan there.

I might as well start with a loaded question (sorry). I have 1000' of Roth pert-x that I bought from NRT back in 2012. It has been in my basement exposed to some incandescent light and possibly some indirect sunlight ever since. I've learned that exposing the tubing to light is a real no no. Although the tubing looks fine, and probably is I'm concerned about using it in my slab. Would it be prudent to just replace the tubing? Seems a shame to toss it, and yes I understand this question has no real answer. Just looking for any thoughts or comments.