ePIPE Protects California Heritage Home

Discolored water, low flow and health concerns. Imagine, owning one of the finest historic homes in the country and you are faced with brown water, low flow and are concerned with the health of the water coming from rusted galvanized pipes. The Chateau des Fleur was completed in 1932 and was originally built for the heiress of the Saltine cracker fortune. Built by Master European craftsmen, this 8,000 square foot home has been a favorite of Hollywood and has been featured in numerous movies and TV series such as The Dirty Dozen, Barnaby Jones and the Six Million Dollar Man. The recent owners concerned about preserving this historic home sought out to seek a solution to their problem of rusty galvanized pipes. Repiping was not an option. The design of the home and the architectural features made it a virtually impossible to cut into stone walls or the hand crafted matched grain hardwood paneling to replace the piping system.

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