Comments:Broken pipes cause flood in Darwin D. Martin House in Buffalo, New York
Water Issues still plaguing FLW with busted pipes at D.D.Martin House in Buffalo, NY.
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Frank Lloyd Wright has always had water issues. His roofs have almost always leaked and his skylights too. This is merely another example in a long series of water problems that seem to have followed him beyond the grave. One might think that modern insulation and heat tape could have prevented this. It is, after all, standard construction procedure in places that get as cold as Chicago and Buffalo. Somebody wasn't paying attention yet again. Nic East www.niceastdesign.com firstname.lastname@example.org