My house was built in the 1950's and it has galvanized steel pipe
inside the walls and foundation and the past year i have noticed VERY
BAD AND SLOW draining the worst its ever been and i was wondering what
is the way to go about trying to fix the problem
On Jan 21, 11:06 am, email@example.com wrote:
Galvanised pipe is not normally used for drain lines. Cast iron or
plastic is all I have seen in my long years. Cast does not corrode
over a normal lifetime of a house but may build up blockages. If they
are are cast iron, a rotorooter may be able to clear them. If they
indeed are galvanised, your only choice is replacement as they do
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