Plumbfix copper pipe

Discussion in 'Plumbers' Talk' started by balchy, Jan 8, 2019.

  1. balchy

    balchy Member

    I spotted that copper pipe has been reduced in my local store today does anyone know how long this discount is on?
     
  2. WillyEckerslike

    WillyEckerslike Well-Known Member

    5% off until Jan 20th.
     
  3. dinkydo

    dinkydo Active Member


    Willy have you ever considered taking a lengthy holiday from around here, every time you post it causes nothing but you know what trouble,

    I’ll watch this thread with interest in how it turns into a you know what debate :p:p
     
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  4. WillyEckerslike

    WillyEckerslike Well-Known Member

    Do you mean as in 'time for a sharp exit'?
     
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  5. balchy

    balchy Member

    Thanks I have a bit of time to stock up
     
  6. balchy

    balchy Member


    WTF is this about???
     
  7. ramseyman

    ramseyman Active Member

    Brrrrr it's cold, no wonder you're making a sharp exit Willy!
     
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  8. Heat

    Heat Well-Known Member

    Watch out for dents and other damage to new copper pipe!
    I don’t want new pipe to install that is flawed.

    No use bending a pipe where a slight dent happens to be - as the dent can cause the pipe to crease.

    A lot of Screwfix staff have no clue how to handle copper pipes.
    And to be completely fair, some of the staff in plumbing merchants are as bad.
     
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  9. balchy

    balchy Member

    I always check my pipe before using it ;)
     
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  10. Heat

    Heat Well-Known Member

    Remember to play safely!
    ;)
     
  11. The Teach

    The Teach Well-Known Member

    copper is a commodity,my well known traditional heat/plumb merchant purchases their copper pipe in mainland europe and its shipped monthly in an artic to their London warehouse.

    Every delivery has the exact same amount of copper pipe but the sales invoice varies due to the commodity price,often varies by £3k per delivery. so when the price is low they have daily deliveries :)

    screwfix and their associated sales outlets have the cash to support buying at commodity prices but maybe their buyers dont have the ballcocks to do that :rolleyes:
     
  12. PLUMBERTOOTING

    PLUMBERTOOTING New Member

    Thanks for the information.
     
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  13. chippie244

    chippie244 Well-Known Member

    Not really Willys fault is it.
     

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