Maybe it was a scam, perhaps not....I think anyone making a judgement whether the work was warranted or not with the information twice-removed and ...
Your welcome I guess....this is a good argument for hiring a professional to actually visit the job-site to handle the situation. Very often the pr...
The whole point of a regulator/reducer is that the unit keeps the pressure on the house side "constant" regardless of the pressure on the city side...
AGAIN... the pressure to your house should not be over 80 psi (that is the high limit)Personally I never leave a regulator set above 70 psi. Whatev...
Youve got cold water by-passing into the hot side. Typically its the shower cartridge that is worn and needs to be changed out although there are s...
There is no value in trying to clean such an old heater. Annual or bi-annual cleaning can extend the life of the unit but must be done from the tim...
Again, the maximum pressure to your house at any time (including spikes) should be no more than 80,,,this is the uniform plumbing code which most c...
Check your pressure where the water enters the building.......again, the backflow device has nothing to do with ambient pressure in the house its a...
A "Reduced Pressure" type backflow device has nothing to do with regulating pressure in the system....reduced pressure refers to the mechanism that...
One-piece toilets are typically more expensive and typically do not flush as well.........I personally would reconsider removing the flushometer, t...
i shut the ball-valve controlling the house off...i have seperate ball-valve controlling outside sprinklers which i leave on...simply turn your wat...
Put it in your local paper....these tubs are a dime a dozen unless its in exceptional condition...no rust or if its a 72" tub, (most are 4 or 5 ft)...
Sounds as though the water pressure going into the house is too high...pressure regulator should be installed if the pressure exceeds 80 psi (this ...
call an experienced repair-plumber, this is likely a localized restriction at the tub/shower valve. erik
your most likely referring to "aqua-pex" or simply "pex". just another plastic product. erik
Its foolish to use cheap materials...many buildings have guide-lines about plumbing supply tubing. Personally I would not use plastic in any single...