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Hi there! So, when it comes to water piping, one popular choice is chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (CPVC). CPVC can withstand hotter temperatures (usually around 200 degrees F, but it varies by brand). It is a bit more expensive than standard PVC piping but a much better choice for hot water applications. However, plastic does have a tendency to crack in freezing temperatures. Copper pipes can also withstand quite a bit of heat and have a tendency to crack less than CPVC. They are widely used for all kinds of plumbing but just happen to be a more expensive option. Hope this was helpful!