Hi guys -
I’m in the process of closing (my inspection period just started) on a foreclosure. 1969, one story, three bed/bath, 1700 sqft home in Florida. Had the water turned on yesterday and noted modest (sufficient) flow from all of the faucets - with the exception of one bathroom sink. This faucet (cold side - hot water heater is turned off…) started out with good flow but shortly became a rather weak flow (almost a trickle but not that bad…).
So, I’m hoping that this doesn’t indicate major costly repairs down the road…
The second picture I believe is of that sink’s supply. The first picture I recall to be another bathroom, and the third picture yet another bathroom sink (to my best recollection as I took the pics a while ago). It appears as that particular sink is galvanized piping supply (as does another sink - with the third maybe copper?)
I am aware that internal corrosion might be a cause if it is galvanized.
My question/s is/are:
**What might be causing this?
If it is internal pipe corrosion - what are the remedies and associated ball-park costs to fix?
Should I call a plumber to evaluate this with some type of specialized equipment?**
I’m on a tight budget and don’t want to lose my shirt.
Thank you so much for your time and any ideas you may have -