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Old 19-12-2014, 02:50 PM   #5068
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Each home has different configurations so it's pretty hard to say.

I suggest that you can try approaching coolserve. You need to pay for them to view. They will assess the number of holes they need to hack and patch back and calculate a pricing from there. Their cost calculations are usually pretty standard thru out.

You can ask gain city to assess as well.

From there you can have a few options/configurations to repipe or even bypass old pipings
Thanks for the advice, MightyPigeon
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