Your pressure will only increase if the city chooses to increase the line pressure (sometimes kept low to safe-guard old pipes)If nothing changes y...
Check to see if the sound occurs when running only cold water. If the sound does not happen with the cold only then try the hot only...I think what...
When installing a "drip-pan" under a water heater its necessary to have a drain for it usually installed at the time of construction..If you instal...
Shutting the angle-stop a bit will not impact the pressure at all (common misconception) what it does is restrict the flow making the toilet quiete...
The first thing I would check is the power source, clearly this was a problem before the heater was changed and continued after the new heater was ...
Your pressure is most likely the same...what has changed is the volume of water able to pass throught the softener (super-common problem) In my opi...
I use both the primer and the self-priming glue together for a better bond. I also allow the pipe to set up for a long time. If its a cold day use ...
Set the toilet with wax-seal. Make sure the seal is good by flushing several times. Grout around the toilet with the same grout used for the tile f...
Cast-iron is the best material....so many are getting away from installing these because they are heavy and difficult to handle....remodels (with a...
The "ticking" noise you are hearing is simply expansion as the hot water heats up the cold lines....really common and sometimes quite loud. Can be ...
a t and p valve stands for temperature and pressure relief valve they can be activated by either high-pressure or high-temperature. erik
Those are most likely "integral-stops" which are designed for shutting off the water to the valve without shutting all the water to the house off.....
A "backflow" valve is designed for a pressure water line....I think you mean a "backwater" valve for the sewer...typically these are used in hilly ...
Consider installing the soft-water apparatus on the hot side only (at the water-heater) this is the "old-timers way"....The house will have soft wa...
Draining the water-heater to get rid of the sediment should be done every six months from the time the heater was installed, Once the sediment has ...
drip tee is installed on the gas-line just before it enters the gas-valve for the water-heater...if there is condensation inside the gas-pipe it fa...
Simply unscrew the shower head from the shower arm (extending from wall) to ascertain if this is a shower-head problem or something else. Turn on w...