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    Remember on these festive days that Mario was a plumber and he ended up saving the princess even though at first she was in another castle. Plumbers can do anything they set there mind to or AB AB ↑ ↓ ← →
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    Re: Dexter Regurgitated Rats Twice This Month

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    Remember on these festive days that Mario was a plumber and he ended up saving the princess even though at first she was in another castle. Plumbers can do anything they set there mind to or AB AB ↑ ↓ ← →
    Thatís right! Haha, and now, back to our regularly scheduled programming... regurgitated rats!


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    Re: Dexter Regurgitated Rats Twice This Month

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    I donít recommend plumbing DIY on major jobs. Minor jobs, sure. But underground utilities, no.
    I have seen hundreds of homes destroyed by water damage because of DIY cheapskate work! Lol. Sewage in homes, water floods, bursting water heaters, you name it!
    If you know all the health and safety plumbing codes regarding the job, and the proper materials and installation methods, then by all means.
    I know you are mechanically inclines Pit, and probably would do research first, so I can see you pulling it off... maybe, half-assed.
    Always to code. Being a mechanic I always have other trades people to contact. I never half anything, if you cant do it right the first time you wont have time or money to do it right a second time.

    Either way I am just as guilty of a.d.d. on this thread. We need to get it back on the tracks of the OP.

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    Spent over $1000 running an entire new water line from the meter to under the house. There was now way I was going to do something like this. It was worth every penny. It was also about 300 feet of pipe so I feel we got a deal.
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    Re: Dexter Regurgitated Rats Twice This Month

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    Always to code. Being a mechanic I always have other trades people to contact. I never half anything, if you cant do it right the first time you wont have time or money to do it right a second time.

    Either way I am just as guilty of a.d.d. on this thread. We need to get it back on the tracks of the OP.
    I know you are mechanic, my post was in jest! Respect.


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    Re: Dexter Regurgitated Rats Twice This Month

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    Actually you are wrong. The line on your property, leading to your house was installed privately, by a private plumbing contractor on your private property, and is YOURS. Iíve been a plumber for 20 years, if you canít afford plumbing repairs, donít own a home. If you can afford it, then just hire a plumber and get it done for your health and the health of your animals.
    I lost my home in the recession, it bothers me when people act entitled and donít want to take responsibility for their home maintenance.


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    Actually, you don't have a clue what you're talking about... And, what bothers me is rude people...
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    Dexter Regurgitated Rats Twice This Month

    Quote Originally Posted by Aedryan Methyus View Post
    Actually, you don't have a clue what you're talking about... And, what bothers me is rude people...
    Ok. Been plumbing 20 years, and replaced dozens of underground water service lines. But I have no clue, sorry. I am terrible at sounding rude. My apologies

    Seriously, my communication can be overtly blunt, I will try to be more polite in the forum. Apologies to all.

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    No he does. I can guarantee you that in every state in the Union the water line into your house from the meter is 100% your responsibility. the only utilities where that is an exception is power and gas due to safety reasons. Private companies like cable and fiber are exceptions if you have a contract but water is never that way.
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    What I meant by not having a clue is, there are a lot of other factors involved in this particular situation regarding the purchase of my house and the laws. You don't have enough information to possibly know anything about it. Long story short, I was the victim of a real estate predator 12 years ago when I bought my house. But, none of that has anything to do with snakes regurgitating rats...
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    Re: Dexter Regurgitated Rats Twice This Month

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    What I meant by not having a clue is, there are a lot of other factors involved in this particular situation regarding the purchase of my house and the laws. You don't have enough information to possibly know anything about it. Long story short, I was the victim of a real estate predator 12 years ago when I bought my house. But, none of that has anything to do with snakes regurgitating rats...
    I just over-reacted to the part about, ďclass-action lawsuitĒ, itís nobodies fault you have lead in your pipes, they are just outdated and need replacing. I have no idea what happened when you bought your home, so in that regard I have no clue, and I apologize, I didnít understand your view properly and typed in hasty reaction.


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