We recently had water in our finished basement that, long story short, was caused by a slow leak from the line that feeds our refrigerator water dispenser and ice maker. Nothing on the tile floor in the kitchen...all flowing downstairs through the drywall and onto the carpet. Three weeks later we had yet another leak, this one more severe, where a PVC pipe (that had never been glued!) came apart and luckily soaked the same room and part of the rest of our basement. We were blessed that someone was home at the time, heard the noise of rushing water, and knew where the water shut-off valve was for our house. When the plumber came to fix the leak, he quickly recommended that we replace some things in our home that are now 16+ years old: 1) the pressure relief valve on the main line into the home (lifespan 8-10 years), which could be contributing to the 2 events above; 2) our sump pump (same lifespan), and 3) our 75 gallon water heater (life expectancy 10-12 years), which would soak the same area when it decides to go. The first event might have been avoided if we had replaced that line going to the fridge. The 2nd was likely caused by Van Metre's shoddy construction. So do yourself a favor...know where your master water shut-off valve is located...go buy a replacement for that 8+ year old line between the wall and your fridge / washing machine. It will be money well spent.