My landlord fixed a leak from the baseboard heating system using a plumber who decided to run the red [guessing PEX pipes] from the water heater/boiler to the baseboards along the ceiling. The pipes are exposed on the inside [hall, closet, and 2 bedrooms]. There is no insulation around the pipes and they are held in place by plastic nails/fastener.
To save money, she did not want to cut the gyprock and place the pipes inside the wall.
Now, I can see some reddish hue along the ceiling above the pipes.
Question: Is this safe? What dangers lurk by running exposed hot water pipes along the ceiling?