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Property sellers need to arrange for an inspection to be performed by a Licensed Plumber.
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All private properties - residential, commercial, and industrial - built on or before January 1, 1994, served by the City of Morgan Hill water utility must abide by the Plumbing Fixture Retrofit Regulations 13.04.335. All existing residential, commercial, and industrial buildings shall, at the time of sale, be inspected. The Utility Inspection Report Form is to be completed by the home seller and the Licensed Plumber. Any plumbing fixtures not in compliance will need to be updated exclusively with high efficiency plumbing fixtures.
Showerheads, toilets, and urinals that were manufactured in 1993 or earlier need to be replaced with the new high efficiency fixtures (USEPA WaterSense). The provisions of this chapter shall apply to showers, toilets, and urinals whenever the title to real property is conveyed from the seller to the buyer, for consideration, by means of a grant deed.
1. A USEPA WaterSense fixture
1. Any showerhead rated to use a maximum of 1.8 gallons of water per minute
2. Any high efficiency toilet rated to use a maximum of 1.28 gallons of water per flush (pre-existing toilets that use not more than 1.6 gallons per flush shall be considered to meet the requirements of this code)
3. Any urinal and associated flush valve rated to use a maximum of 0.125 gallons of water per flush
A Licensed Plumber meets these requirements:
A Certificate of Compliance is needed in the City of Morgan Hill to begin new water services.
Mobile homes are not exempt and are responsible for retrofitting plumbing fixtures.