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I have a 1" water service line that is "Cemented lined pipe" per my town's records from 1934. Whole house has new PEX plumbing from the water meter. I have really good pressure 85+ PSI but low flow around 3GPM. The town says I need to replace my service line with copper...what's the life expectancy of a cement lined pipe?
I'm assuming it needs to be replaced but just wanted to get some other input. Would a new copper pipe help increase my flow rate?