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Question DetailsAsked on 5/13/2011

Replacing pipes that run from the street

I just moved into a home with low water pressure. The inspector told me that the pipes coming into the house from the street (about 40 ft.) are probably original and too narrow. How expensive is it to replace those pipes?

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You might try calling your local water utility and find out what is the water main pressure at the street and to see if your main shut off at the street is fully open they should come out for free and as for the water main itself ,if is made of galvanized or brass it may be clogged but if its copper don't touch it! Or have a plumber come from Angies list and investigate if a reducing valve, gate valves at meter, well they can tell you better yet show you!good luck

Answered 6 years ago by owen klaus




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