The Homeowners Consumer Center Initiates a National Investigation of Wirsbo Multicor and Weil-McLain AlumiPex Residential Plumbing Systems

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The Homeowners Consumer Center is launching a national investigation of Wirsbo Multicor and Weil-McLain AlumiPex plumbing systems. These pex plumbing systems were sold for use in US homes and businesses until approximately 2004. The group's investigation is focused on what major, or regional US homebuilders installed these plumbing systems for potable (drinking) water. The Homeowners Consumer Center would also like to talk with plumbing contractors, who have knowledge about use of the Multicor and AlumiPex pipe for drinking water systems. For more information please call the Homeowners Consumer Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its Web site at http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.com.

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A national class action has been filed against Uponor-Wirsbo's successor company.

The Homeowners Consumer Center is launching a national investigation involving Wirsbo Multicor and Weil-McLain AlumiPex plumbing systems. These pex plumbing systems were sold for use in US homes, and businesses until approximately 2004. These residential water pipes were used in new US residential and commercial construction until 2004. For more information please contact the Homeowners Consumer Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its Web site at http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.com.

The group is saying, "A national class action has been filed against Uponor-Wirsbo’s successor company."

The Case number of this class action is 09-1136 (ADM / JJK) and the case is pending in Federal District Court in Minneapolis.

The Homeowners Consumer Center is saying, "We want to hear from any US homeowner, or US plumbing contractor who has specific information about any defect issues, or locations of the Wirsbo Multicor and Weil-McLain AlumiPex plumbing pipe in any state, or city throughout the US." For more information please call the Homeowners Consumer Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.com

The Homeowners Consumer Center says, "We have heard that these plumbing products may have been widely used in Arizona & New Mexico."

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