Well I've read a lot of posts on the search section but just to double check here goes tho I think I know the answer.
What I think is the ground wire for the house built in 1981, California, is attached to a hose bib which used to have copper pipe running into the ground. That is no longer the case as it is now PVC running down into the ground. That is the only ground I have ever found in all these years. It is clamped on with a bolt type clamp. I know damn well the original construction electrician was beaned up. Supposedly he was a good man but beaned is beaned.
I also remember requesting the house be grounded to a copper stake. Never saw one. Lots to check when you have a house built and some stuff just gets away.
Will re-attaching that wire to a copper pipe drove into the ground do the job? Be legal? Should I call a pro?