Re: Iron pipe for water .... a mistake
- From: "ADC" <thecrimsNOSPAM@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 25 Jul 2005 19:00:31 -0500
Hmm..wondering if we will get to the point before we buy a house of
searching newsgroups like this for people who post about known problems
before the sale.
"wkearney99" <wkearney99@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> My son accidentally put a length of
>> black pipe in his bathtub. It is from
>> the faucet to the spigot. Now, when you
>> 1st turn it on, you get a small amount
>> of orange water. I know, in the old
>> days (very old days) they sometimes used
>> black iron for water. Is is worth
>> tearing down the now finished wall to
>> redo the pipe, or will it rust so far
>> and quit?
> Drywall's cheap, rip it out and do it right.
>> He probably will sell the
>> house in a year or so. Thanks.
> Oh now there's a fine lesson to teach, screw the next guy? Most states
> requirements on disclosing known problems. Don't compound the trouble,
> replace the pipe.
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