I would go with Sylvan's advice.
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I would rather use a cordless especially when I'm up high on a ladder. Corded for heavy hammer drilling. I like the Dewalt mostly because of the se...
I think your guy was referring to supply line static pressure while Sylvan was referring to a pressure test of the waste line.
I would have the drain line inspected for leaks with a camera not necessarily by the same people that checked it the first time.
The difference is a stop and waste valve shuts off water supply and allows you to drain the line at that point. A sewage backwater valve is basical...
Well you should be able to flush it one time with what's in the tank but if you have a couple of buckets fill with water and flush with that. If it...
If we had the complete model number we could look it up and see the type of door locking mechanism your oven employs.
Somewhere it has a pan where the condensate that drips off the evaporator is channeled to the drain or the catch bucket. My anticipation is that th...
"Are there cooktops that will use a 110 outlet?" There sure are. Another option would be a gas cooktop. Also I think your electrician's full of cr...
It looks like it has only one and from the symptoms you described chances are that's whats wrong. Easy to change I've done zillions of them.
Those chrome plated tubes with the toilet fitting end are better because the flexible type rely on a rubber tube within that could burst at any tim...
I don't know exactly what kind of unit you have so I can't say for sure but it seems to me it could be set up to work like an evaporative cooler.
An a/c does 2 things. It lowers the temp and also removes humidity. Moist air feels warmer than dry air at the same temperature. As far as your ori...
I like Delta. They give a great value without spending megabucks for the unit. The seats and springs are readily available, cheap enough to keep a ...