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If a flange is supported on only one half (no screws) to a

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if a flange is supported on only one half (no screws) to a wood base and no wood base support on the opposite side (no screws either) and I can actually raise it 2 inches with my fingers (PVC piping attached) i've been having a slow leak (damaged wood and wallboard) . To repair would require cutting holes in living room wall and part of ceiling. Lastly the waste pipe which serves my unit is in a wall between units and was ammended to be my responsibility to repair leaky pipes. Allstate who covers my unit on a sepetate policy says they only cover bursts. My HOA has a policy which reads that it will cover problems all the way to the original builder. The builder has a 10 year statute of limitations. It seems to me the original intallation of the waste flange was not up to code . If I'm right maybe I can get the homeowners policy, up the $8 million with a $5000.00 deductible. Your thoughts.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Plumbing
Expert:  WCohn replied 1 year ago.

Hello my name is ***** ***** I look forward to helping you!

Expert:  WCohn replied 1 year ago.

Please give me a moment to read all your information

Expert:  WCohn replied 1 year ago.

What kind of flange are we talking bout? A toilet flange?

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