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Copper piping has been around for at least 60 years and the only time you get pinholes in copper is because you probably used the wrong thickness of copper. If a solder joint is properly soldered then it will never leak. Ive been working on domestic hot water systems of every size for over 40 years and have never had any build up of any kind on the inside of ...


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Yes, you can. In fact, this is exactly how anchor bolts are placed into concrete and stone for posts. A hole is drilled, filled with epoxy, then the bolt is inserted. Keep in mind that slate is fragile, however. Go easy on the drill so as to not crack the slate.



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