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Well if my insurance was not going to pay enough to replace a flooded house I would at least thouroughly flush all the lines for about an hour then drain them. Then I would shut off the water stops and pump the lines with chlorine and let them sit for a couple of days to kill all bacteria. Then I would flush the lines very thouroughly again and have the water tested. I would also replace all the faucets.
thank,s plumber, i was thinking, i,d disconnect my side of the meter and pump clorine in and flush. but maybe, after you do a clean job,you,d get re -contaminated by the water district in a few days! What an awful MESS
I feel blessed and guilty at the same time!
maybe Bill G is rightabout the D-9
I can build anything You want , if you draw a picture of it , on the back of a big enough check .