I have had 2 quotes for them to be professionally replaced Ã‚Â£100 & Ã‚Â£120, the Ã‚Â£120 definitely using Kunifer piping and fully replaced from front to back. The other was suggesting leaving some of the old in place and just splicing new pipe in.
I could buy the tools for around Ã‚Â£20 and the piping for around Ã‚Â£10 for a 25m roll. So do I do it myself?
Has anyone else had a go at this and how easy is it to do on your drive?
Also where is best to get the pipe from as would prefer to do this this weekend, as I'm free? Wouldn't arrive in time from eBay.
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