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Pipe and Fittings for Every Project at Lowe’s

Whether you’re redoing your bathroom’s plumbing or working on a copper pipe DIY project, we’ve got all of the pipe and pipe fittings needed to get the job done.

Popular Piping Types
Looking for PEX pipe for plumbing? PEX is strong, flexible and designed for both hot and cold plumbing applications. We sell a variety of PEX options in different sizes and lengths, whether you need a short 5-foot piece or a 500-foot roll. Need sewer pipe? PVC pipe is the most common option used for sewage applications as it’s highly resistant to chemicals commonly found in sewage and industrial waste. CPVC pipe, which is made from PVC resin, is even more flexible than standard PVC and can withstand higher temperatures. It’s used for both hot and cold water transfer as well as industrial liquid handling.

Copper pipe is commonly used for a variety of jobs including general plumbing and heating. There are two types of copper pipes, M and L. M is used for most home uses while L is a heavier-duty option used for underground applications. We sell both copper pipe and copper fittings in a variety of sizes, angle degrees and more.

Galvanized pipe was once the most popular option for indoor plumbing applications. Today, it’s used for large construction projects and for outdoor plumbing. Galvanized pipe is more affordable than copper and more durable than plastic. The biggest drawback of galvanized piping is the corrosion that can build up within the interior.

Piping Problem: Frozen Pipes
Frozen pipes are both inconvenient and costly. Pipes that run through exterior walls are particularly at risk, as well as ones in uninsulated attics and crawlspaces. Looking for pipe insulation solutions to minimize your risk? Pipe sleeves are a good option as well as caulking, to seal cracks and openings in walls, attics, crawlspaces and more.

Pipe DIY Projects
Piping is a surprisingly versatile material for building a variety of home objects including shelves, picture frames, bookends, wall hooks and more. Need some inspiration? Check out our how-tos for instructions on how to use pipe to add function and style to your space.

No matter what kind of pipe or fittings you need for any project, we’re here to help you find it quickly so you can get the job done. Plus we’ve got all of the necessary tools for piping projects including pipe cutters, insulation, heat pumps and more.