Originally Posted by isola96
I didn't have to swet off 2 of the joints, I twisted them off with channel locks by braking the crappy solder that was caked on. Those joists wasn't leaking which is amazing.
It was a apartment building on well water.
I wanted to install the new shower body by solder but landloard insisted I use pex line and adapters.
The hold bathroom was done completely wrong from tile to plumbing.
If those bad joints were seeping water at first, maybe small particles in the water clogged the leaks over time.
The well water pressure may only go up to 40 PSI and supposedly less than 20 PSI is a health hazard.
I don't get the impression that electricians check their work by putting heavy loads on the wiring and maybe nobody checks their plumbing work by putting 80 PSI on the lines. They'd need a booster pump.