Installing Z-Supply Insulated PEX Tubing in Vermont

Picture 1: Z-Supply Insulated PEX Tubing being feed out into the trench

Z-Supply Insulated PEX Tubing being feed out into the trench

Picture 2: Z-Supply Insulated PEX Tubing Install. Trench was dug to a depth of 4 feet and we used PVC to protect the Insulated PEX Tubing under the driveway. This is not a requirement, but a good idea. Under non-driveway - you do not have to add anything.

Z-Supply Insulated PEX Tubing Install. Trench was dug to a depth of 4 feet and we used PVC to protect the Insulated PEX Tubing under the driveway. This is not a requirement, but a good idea. Under non-driveway - you do not have to add anything

Picture 3: Z-Supply Insulated PEX Tubing in Trench.

Z-Supply Insulated PEX Tubing in Trench

Picture 4: Insulated PEX Tubing in Trench going through PVC for under a driveway or road.

Insulated PEX Tubing in Trench going through PVC for under a driveway or road

Picture 5: Gluing PVC to protect wires running from building to outside Wood Boiler.

Gluing PVC to protect wires running from building to outside Wood Boiler.

Picture 6: Local Excavator Calvin Blodgett of Vermont laying down the Pex Insulated Tubing in the Trench.

Local Excavator Calvin Blodgett laying down the Pex Insulated Tubing in the Trench.