Essentials of Home Inspection: Plumbing

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Dearborn Real Estate, Mar 29, 2003 - Business & Economics - 576 pages
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This volume provides students with the knowledge and skills they need to inspect plumbing systems like an experienced, professional home inspector. The text examines supply plumbing, water heaters, fixtures and faucets, as well as drain, waste, and vent plumbing. In addition, the Plumbing module reviews private water supplies and septic systems for inspectors who wish to branch out into these areas.
 

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Contents

SIUDY SESSIUNI 2 0 SCOPE AND INTRODUCTION
6
SIlIIlY SESSIIJNZ 4 0 PRIVATE WATER SOURCES
37
SIUIIY SESSIONS 5 0 PUBLIC WATER SERVICE
74
STUDY SESSIUNI 5 3 Water pressure regulators
93
SIUIIY SESSIIIN 5 6 1 5 Poor support
113
SIIIIIY SESSIIIII I 2 0 SCOPE AND INTRODUCTION 6
6
STUDY SESSIIINZ 3 0 FUEL SUPPLY AND VENTING SYSTEMS 26
26
SIIIDY SESSIIIN 3 3 1 3 Combustion air 42
42
STUDY SESSION 2 3 0 DRAIN PIPING MATERIALS 28
28
STUDY SESSIUN 3 3 1 Conditions 37
37
SIUDY SESSION 4 3 1 12 Exposed to mechanical damage 49
49
SllIIJY SESSION 5 4 0 TRAPS
60
SIIIIIY SESSIIIIII 2 0 SCOPE AND INTRODUCTION 7
7
STUDY SESSION 2 4 0 FAUCETS 26
26
SIUIIY SESSlllN 3 5 0 TOILETS 42
42
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Alan Carson and Robert Dunlop, co-owners of the home inspection firm Carson Dunlop & Associates Ltd., have practiced building inspection for the last 25 years. Carson Dunlop creates training materials and inspection reports to assist homebuyers in making informed and intelligent decisions about their investments.

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