looking for some advice...
I live in a 1930's CA bungalow, with the plumbing in the crawl space. Been in there about 6yrs now, for the first 5 I suffered with the original plumbing - very bad water pressure, took an eternity to get warm water etc.
I finally went copper a little over a year ago (CA only approved pex this year!). Water pressure is now great etc., couldn't be happier with that. One thing that is a step back, is I can now hear the plumbing! No rattles or squeaks or anything like that, but, no matter where you are in the house, if someone uses water somewhere, you can hear it flowing through the pipes in the background. Also, if it's a toilet flush, you hear the "thunk" when the water cuts off. This didn't happen before. Any ideas how I get rid of it??