The home inspection engineer will determine the type and condition of plumbing pipes in the house and whether there are any lead water supply pipes. The
home inspector will determine if the water pressure and water flow rate are satisfactory and will determine the condition of the plumbing fixtures, faucets, and vanities. The home inspector will
determine if the drainage, waste, and vent pipe system is proper. The home inspector will look for evidence of past sanitary waste backups. If there is gas service in the house, the gas supply pipes
and connections will be tested for gas leaks. The home inspector will show you where the main water and gas valves are located. If the house is served via a private well, the home inspector
will determine if the system is functioning properly. If the house is served via a private sanitary waste disposal system, the home inspector will conduct a functional flow test on the system to test
the proper operation.