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perchinonlakeerie
Re: Home Inspection...What do I actually need to fix?

Black pipe is used for gas

pvc can be used for COLD water but never for HOT water should all be CPVC or better yet COPPER

have your mainline replaced with k copper find a contractor that can burst the old galvinised and insert copper so that the only excavating will be at the road and at the foundation of the house

Leonmann
Re: Home Inspection...What do I actually need to fix?

Hello,
As a home inspector in Chicago, I am limited to Illinois for specific answers to your questions. I would ask you to contact your inspector with these questions. Home purchase is a process that doesn't end after the inspection and sometimes clients have questions that need detailing. He/she should be willing to answer these questions and supply next steps on the process, in some cases the seller may be asked to correct deficiencies at their cost. Hope it helps

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