|Posted by hj on January 25, 19100 at 23:47:35:|
|In response to Re: Polybutylene|
I think you will find that the inspection report has several caveats that say that he is not responsible for any non-visible problems and usually they cover themselves so even visible things like the faucets are not their responsibility.
: We bought a home built in 1983, on Aug 27th 1998. the CPRC has just finished re-plumbing my home. (we had a flood the day after my son's 2nd b-day) I want to know if there is anyway you think I could be successful in going after the inspector. 1. he is a licensed plumber. 2. he is the owner of the inspection company. 3. he never even told us or home to be contained polybutylene. 4. faucets all were in poor condition, but he passed the home. 5. he did not make us aware that the polybutylene pipes were not the original piping in the home. PLEASE LET ME KNOW WHAT YOU THINK!!
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