I must have noted at least a dozen repairs& safety concerns at the laundry & sump.
The sump wasnt supported. No check valve, I dont no where it was discharging.
The client was a nice young man. I think his is in over his head.
I wouldnt say that to him. I just say: You need to take what you are paying the amountfor repairs & what the market value. He may of gotten the house at a low price.
I noted: Have a plumber evaluate and kinda left it at that.
I did obsereve:
Gas pipes that are not capped. Glad the gas was off.
Improper copper used to supply gas to the dryer. Now I know why the gas was off. The 46 yera old GE furnace with the birds living in it was a sight.
Improperly supported pump.
No check valve.
Crock was full of stagnent water.
Improper supported water lines. (Shoe string)
Improperly sloped drain line from sink upstairs. (Un handyman strikes again)
Improper vent & support under the laundry sink.
Improper electrical with the extension outlet.
Imroper piping used at the sump.