Your Brass or Copper Pipes Could Contain Lead—Here’s What to Know

This article was written by Becca Stokes and published by Angi


If you have an older home, checking for lead is an important safety measure, even if you have copper and brass pipes

Few things are more important in our homes than the water flowing through the pipes. This water is what we drink, bathe with, and cook with, so if there’s a risk of lead, it’s important to find out and tackle the problem immediately. As it turns out, copper and lead pipes can contain lead, especially if your home is more than a few decades old.

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