Will DRF correct pre-existing conditions when doing plumbing work in my home?

Pre-existing conditions are the responsibility of the property owner and often must be corrected before new work is performed.


Often when a plumber comes to a residence a pre-existing condition is discovered.  These conditions being present before a DRF professional arrives are the responsibility of the customer.

Some pre-existing conditions include:

Many conditions including old, out of code or otherwise insufficient plumbing may require additional work prior to other work being performed.  Any additional expense beyond the scope of the new need (such as a water heater or toilet installation) will be the sole responsibility of the property owner.    DRF is concerned with your safety and will not complete work without correcting any code violations directly related to the new work being performed.  Remember,  code improvements are required by applicable state and local codes and ordinances and are performed to protect you.