Not really interested in writing a dissertation on the tankless units, way too much time. I will say in my opinion these units have value as a "poi...
Im assuming if the floor has movement that it is a "raised-floor" home...youre house was not designed to carry the weight of ceramic tile (mud,back...
Sorry mixed this question with another forum...they asked: should I buy fixtures through my contractor or through the discount retailer? erik
The big difference is that the "contractor" installing the fixtures will warranty both the fixture and the labor....If you buy your fixtures at a d...
Sounds as though your shower valve needs to be serviced, rebuilt or replaced. Ive never heard/seen p.v.c. "bang", expansion/contraction of lines (w...
Thanks...Im very cognizant of not disturbing what is existing, with that being said Id like to change the "look". The most obvious consideration is...
Two years ago the previous owner of my house had a new roof installed by a very reputable company locally....composition roofing material. As I liv...
This valve is designed to shut off water-pressure to the hot and cold hoses supplying the washing-machine. The timer allows the washing machine to ...
Apparently some people watch too many "home" shows and dont have practical experience.....Most of these shows are helpful BUT they are also "market...
numbers aside.....most people are un-amused when they install these units (at greater cost) and find that the volume on the hot side is noticebly l...
Common complaint is the lack of volume that the units put out...most of these tankless units have a "restrictor" that slows the water down as it pa...
That price is right on for L.A. Make sure your plumber pulls a permit and also uses "type L" copper or better. erik
check out the pre-formed concrete or terrazo bases....they work well and come pre-formed with the drains installed. only draw back is that one is l...
Remove the retaining clip...and use a "moen cartridge puller" if necessary. Moen has manufactured the "puller" for their products to prevent damagi...
dont "tap" on the pipes...this will only dislodge more debris further clogging your system....sounds like your house needs to be re-piped. erik
change the toilet...kohler "wellworth" is a good value and works well for a "water-saver". erik
your water heater has a pressure regulator built into the control valve...this may have failed. other possibilities are poor venting or poor supply...
80# is the maximum pressure allowed by the uniform plumbing code, by all means have the regulator installed to protect your house system. pressure ...