Copper a soft metal, making it easy to install, while staying durable. it is also resistant to weather and bacteria, making it a safe option for water piping. Additionally, because it is generally thinner than other metals, while capable of carrying the same amount of water, contractors find it easier to install, thus likely lowering the cost of labor. Adding to the lowered installing cost is the fact that copper is malleable and uses less connectors and fasteners.
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