Cold Water Will Burn Your Hand
You folks were really helpful with my tub spout now here is a crazy one. I'm in south Florida and this only happens during the summer months. When we turn on the cold water faucet in the kitchen sink you cannot put your hand under it for about 30 seconds or you will get scalded, I mean really hot. It's only the kitchen, not either of the two bathrooms, the sink in the garage or the three outside hose connections. I have asked three professional plumbers that have been here for other work and none of them could figure it out. Outside of my kitchen wall is a walkway around the pool that is painted a rust color and is also extremly hot to the touch and one of the plumbers suggested my water line might be under it but the water line comes in from the other side of the house and I don't believe they would have run any from the hot water heater which is in the garage back outside of the confines of the building. All of my piping seems to be in the attic unless I'm missing something.