An algae smell prompted me to go under the house. Just east of where Biggs Plumbing replaced a copper end cap (#1 in photo one) I saw the wet place shown as #5 in the 2nd picture. Above it is a rather steady drip from the T-intersection shown as #3.

While I was there I saw a glisten that turned out to be #2 which is obscured in photos one and two.

I seek to have #2 and #3 fixed.

Lastly, in photo one there is a #4 which is a pipe that is touching the repair Biggs Plumbing did. If I "thump" the repaired copper pipe, it noisely bounced against #4. I am concerned that regular water starts and stops will cause wear of the piping along there. The old, lower pipe, #4, is loose. I bumped into it with my head. I believe that it is a left over relic that is disconnected everywhere, but was left laying there by whoever made that disconnect. I have no idea when or who that might of been. Can I have the plumber determine if it is utterly unused? And if so, propose to me whatever it would take to get it out from under the house?

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