Our monthly series on the questions in the CON29DW looks at water meters.
Question 3.6 of the CON29DW reads “Please include details of the location of any water meter serving the property.”
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Our monthly series on the questions in the CON29DW looks at water classification.
A relatively new addition to the CON29DW is question 3.5, which deals with water hardness.
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Our series examining the CON29DW looks at water pressure.
Question 3.4 of the CON29DW asks “Is the property at risk of receiving low water pressure or flow?” While the question is unlikely to be one of those which can have costly ramifications, water pressure is something that can greatly impact an owner’s enjoyment of their home, and it is included for that reason.
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Our series on issues raised by the CON29DW looks at a one of the rarer situations raised by the search:
One of the more curious questions in the CON29DW is 3.3, which asks “Is any water main or service pipe serving, or which is proposed to serve the property, the subject of an existing adoption agreement or an application for such an agreement?”
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Our series on issues around the CON29DW looks at a rare but potentially serious situation.
Although public sewers within property boundaries are common, it is relatively unusual for a water main to pass through private land.
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