Originally Posted By: berby
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Hi guys, I have a question. I did a home inspection today, the water heater was in the laundry room. The room was just off of the kitchen. The house is on a slab. I thought if a water heater is installed in a living space that it had to have a pan under it with a drain line. The agent call someone and they told her if the floor is concrete and not wood, you don’t have to have one. The floor is tile. I told the buyer that I would check with you all on how I should write it up. But I told her I would want to have one because if it goes out when shes at work or out of town, she is going to have a mess.