In 1948 James M. Chrones built a building on McCully Street in Honolulu. The sewer pipes were originally installed in cast iron. Sixty Six years later, the pipes on the second floor needed replacement. When retrofitting old with new, it is best to keep the same standards going. The building is now owned by Butch Bukes, JMC Property Partners, a long time, trusted client of Point Plumbing.
At the end of 2014 Point Plumbing was selected to replace the old pipes with new. Since the job was 25 feet off the ground, Joe Knight launched the epic task by building a jungle of scaffolds from which we could work safely and securely with our tools and the heavy pipe. It was a team effort all the way and we today, are proud to say that this landmark building no longer has the cast iron blues!
Two images of newly installed cast iron pipe and fittings.
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