Do my pipes need to be retrofitted when putting in a HWHP?

Do my pipes need to be retrofitted when putting in a HWHP?

Existing pipes connecting to a new HWHP will need to match the plumbing regulations of the day. A qualified plumber can give you this advice on location or when giving you a quote. 
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