Building and Plumbing

Build Plumb Plastics stock a range of ancillary building products to compliment our above-ground and below-ground construction plastics.

These include woven and non-woven geotextiles for ground separation, weed control and filtration, Insulated cavity closers to prevent thermal bridging around window & door reveals, sealants, adhesives and cleaning products, fixings for masonry, timber, drywall and general purpose as well as damp proof membranes.

Whether you're working on a residential, commercial, or industrial project, we have a wide range of plastic drain pipes to choose from.

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  • What are Building and Plumbing Supplies ?
    Building and plumbing supplies refer to the materials and equipment used in the construction and maintenance of buildings and plumbing systems. This can include items such as pipes, fittings, valves, faucets, toilets, sinks, showerheads, insulation, lumber, drywall, roofing materials, and more. These supplies are essential for ensuring that buildings are safe, functional, and comfortable for their occupants.
  • Where to Find the Best Building and Plumbing Supplies Near You?
    BP Plastics is a local building and plumbing supply store. We have a wide selection of supplies to fit your needs, ranging from materials for DIY projects to professional-grade tools. Visit one of our convenient locations today and let our knowledgeable staff help you find the best solution for your building or plumbing project needs!
  • What types of building products Available?
    In addition to their selection of above-ground and below-ground construction plastics, Build Plumb Plastics also offers a variety of complementary building products. These include geotextiles, both woven and non-woven, which are useful for ground separation, weed control, and filtration. They also carry insulated cavity closers to prevent thermal bridging around window and door reveals, as well as sealants, adhesives, and cleaning products. For those in need of fixings, they offer options for masonry, timber, drywall, and general purposes, as well as damp proof membranes.
  • What is the difference between PVC and CPVC plastic pipe?
    The main difference between PVC and CPVC plastic pipes is the temperature range in which they can be used. PVC is suitable for temperatures up to 140°F, while CPVC can handle temperatures up to 200°F. CPVC is also more resistant to chemical corrosion and has a higher pressure rating than PVC.