Best Pipe Supports in 2020



ROOFTOP SLEEPER SUPPORT PVC Rooftop Support | Pipe Support | Can Be Cut to Desired Length | 100% Recycled PVC Review:


Lightweight is a big plus. I used 52 six inch sections as sleepers for 200' of 1" conduit. Very cost effective because I cut nine of the 3' sleepers into 6" lengths using a chopsaw. Plenty strong enough and blended well with the white rubber roof. Only drawback it anchoring conduit clips to them. Self drill screws stripped out easily so I had to use screws and nuts but difficult getting nut on bottom. Looking back, I would certainly use them again.



1/2-Inch Pex Tubing Combo - 100' Blue 100 Feet Red Flexible Tubing - 200 Feet of Water Polyethylene Tube Pipes - Non-Barrier Flexible Flow Coil Pipe - PEX-B 1/2" 100-Feet Hot & Cold Review:


I received my pex tubing a few weeks ago and I couldn't be happier with it. The quality is exactly what I was expecting, the packaging was adequate to keep the pex safe during shipping, and I was very happy to find that this item includes a pex cutter! I did not realize that the cutter was included with the tubing, so that was awesome. When you factor the cost of a pex cutter into the cost of this item, it really is an awesome bargain (and I already thought that the price was great)!



Everflow HC012 Half Clamp J-Hook with Nail For Pex Tubing Pipe Support (50 Pack), 1/2", Black Review:


I have no complaints so far. They support the PEX tubing as expected. If you're running PEX tubing horizontally be sure to mount the J-Hook with the nail on the bottom side to achieve proper support. I see a lot of pics and reviews stating that the hook doesn't hold that well. It's because you have the nail on the top side of the PEX tube.
If running PEX tubing overhead, I'd suggest doubling up the J-Hook mirroring each hook to maximize support.
The J-Hooks obviously have their limitation as to how much weight each can support, which is why it's important not to space them to far apart on longer runs of PEX.



Everflow HC034 Half Clamp J-Hook with Nail For Pex Tubing Pipe Support (50 Pack), 3/4", Black Review:


I have no complaints so far. They support the PEX tubing as expected. If you're running PEX tubing horizontally be sure to mount the J-Hook with the nail on the bottom side to achieve proper support. I see a lot of pics and reviews stating that the hook doesn't hold that well. It's because you have the nail on the top side of the PEX tube.
If running PEX tubing overhead, I'd suggest doubling up the J-Hook mirroring each hook to maximize support.
The J-Hooks obviously have their limitation as to how much weight each can support, which is why it's important not to space them to far apart on longer runs of PEX.



Everflow HC001 Half Clamp J-Hook with Nail For Pex Tubing Pipe Support (50 Pack), 1", Black Review:


I have no complaints so far. They support the PEX tubing as expected. If you're running PEX tubing horizontally be sure to mount the J-Hook with the nail on the bottom side to achieve proper support. I see a lot of pics and reviews stating that the hook doesn't hold that well. It's because you have the nail on the top side of the PEX tube.
If running PEX tubing overhead, I'd suggest doubling up the J-Hook mirroring each hook to maximize support.
The J-Hooks obviously have their limitation as to how much weight each can support, which is why it's important not to space them to far apart on longer runs of PEX.



Everflow HC012 Half Clamp J-Hook with Nail For Pex Tubing Pipe Support (50 Pack), 1/2", Black Review:


I have no complaints so far. They support the PEX tubing as expected. If you're running PEX tubing horizontally be sure to mount the J-Hook with the nail on the bottom side to achieve proper support. I see a lot of pics and reviews stating that the hook doesn't hold that well. It's because you have the nail on the top side of the PEX tube.
If running PEX tubing overhead, I'd suggest doubling up the J-Hook mirroring each hook to maximize support.
The J-Hooks obviously have their limitation as to how much weight each can support, which is why it's important not to space them to far apart on longer runs of PEX.



Everflow HC034 Half Clamp J-Hook with Nail For Pex Tubing Pipe Support (100 Pack), 3/4", Black Review:


I have no complaints so far. They support the PEX tubing as expected. If you're running PEX tubing horizontally be sure to mount the J-Hook with the nail on the bottom side to achieve proper support. I see a lot of pics and reviews stating that the hook doesn't hold that well. It's because you have the nail on the top side of the PEX tube.
If running PEX tubing overhead, I'd suggest doubling up the J-Hook mirroring each hook to maximize support.
The J-Hooks obviously have their limitation as to how much weight each can support, which is why it's important not to space them to far apart on longer runs of PEX.



Oatey 33927 Securing Straps, 3/4" x 100', 3/4-Inch by 100-Foot Review:


I have some steel pipes and some copper pipes and even some aluminum pipes. After many decades of usage there are some missing or broken hangers leading to some sagging plumbing pipes. Now of course I would have to use copper strapping for copper pipes, aluminum strapping for aluminum straps and steel strapping for the steel pipes! But instead I can use this plastic strapping to secure all of my pipes. And, so far, there is no problem using it for hot pipes at approximately 180F degrees. For even additional stability I line up two of the holes directly above the pipe and insert a machine screw and a nut through the holes and tighten. Works great! And, finally, I have found additional non-plumbing uses for this item, as a makeshift way to temporarily secure broken household items. Enjoy!