Its foolish to use cheap materials...many buildings have guide-lines about plumbing supply tubing. Personally I would not use plastic in any single...
there is supposed to be a restrictor built into the supply side of the unit....this again is "case in point" against this type of unit. the tub val...
matte finishes typically last longer than shiney....your faucet is most likely made by a small company that buys parts from another faucet manufact...
Purchase price pfister "corner" shower-valves, this shower valve comes in three seperate pieces allowing you to modify the size according to your n...
Hire a reputable "repair-plumber" to diagnose your problem...if not the shower heads it could easily be the type of "shower-valve" each with a loca...
install the circ-system controlled by a timer which powers the unit in the hours of use. not only less expensive to install but less maint. and a t...
size of water pipe has no bearing on pressure...size of water pipe increases or decreases the volume of water flow. also for the 2nd poster, "unifo...
Simply remove the "flow-restrictors" from each shower head, very common for restrictors to partially clog with debris giving the appearence of low...
"re-glazing" is simply a coat of paint. have the tub re-painted, the new paints are much better than the first generation applications...costs arou...
Be very careful before disturbing the original lead if this bathroom is upstairs (between floors) Often lead was used when clearances are at a mini...
Mixet is owned by "Alsons" they have a web-site...you have either installed the cartridge in-correctly or you have installed the wrong cartridge. V...
Not really interested in anything "structured" prefer to drop in when I have the time...but thanks. erik
What you have is called a "top-fill" ballcock...replace your existing with a new replacement unit. Usually top-fills are piped in 3/8" galvanized a...
Be aware there is minimum size for showers, usually comprised of square inches (check your local building authority). Can be any configuration as l...
If the air-gap is installed correctly it should not expel any water at all onto your counter-top. erik
Ive no experience with this type of pipe. Personally I wouldnt install plastic inside a structure, including even the ice-maker line. I suggest cal...