|Posted by Tony on August 17, 19100 at 11:52:18:|
Recently purchased a ground-floor condominium in a building built in 1961 as apartments
and converted to condos in 1983. While not home the sewer backed up, the toilet overflowed,
and sewer water flooded the bathroom, hallway and one bedroom. Carpet ruined. I called the
property management company. People put stuff down the sink, etc. that they
shouldn't...therefore I (and other ground-floor condos) have this problem. The plumber told me
there is NOTHING I can do to avoid a repeat of this. Is he correct?
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