New Water Service
We've done the fun parts of our old house; painting, refinishing floors, new kitchen. Now it's time to install new water service from the street to the house. We still have the old galvanized steel from 1922 running into the basement and if we had less water volume we'd be hauling it from the creek in buckets. If I'm watering the garden, the toilets don't refill.
Soooo, time to do it. My question: the house has had its supply pipes (piping from the basement through the walls to the kitchen and bathrooms) replaced with copper sometime in the past. The waste pipes are still original. Are we going to have any problem with the old waste pipes when we finally have not only water pressure (which we have now) but some volume as well?