|Posted by PW on July 04, 2004 at 10:44:10:|
|In response to Re: new home nightmare|
If you can prove that it was an undisclosed issue by the seller, you have a good source of money for your repairs. The penalties in most states is usually severe. The neighbors are always a good source of info.
We also live in a home, built in the late 60's, where the underground supply lines went due to high acidity in the well water. Our hot and cold lines were moved to the atic, installed as close as possible to the ceiling below and covered with insulation. Never a problem with freezing, our winter low temps are around zero and the heat loss from the house is more than enough to keep the pipes warm. To try and repair the underground supply lines will most likely only be a short term fix, as other leaks will appear.
|Replies to this post|
|There are none.|