jesseps Posted October 7, 2021 Share Posted October 7, 2021 I know that certain areas around the island are prone to have pyrite, but is it 100% sure, that homes built between certain years will have that issue, or only way to know is spending $600+ for the test? I do understand if the pyrite comes in contact with oxygen, moisture or something else, it will react. If it laying under a sheet of concrete for 60+ years wouldn't it have reacted by now? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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