This is for an in-ground pool cover application. Tired of dealing with the water bags and messy cover every spring. Wife doesn't want the snap-lo...
The 1/2" subfloor is over 2"x8"s 16" oc, below that is my basement with a 7 1/2" ceiling height. The subfloor is standard/typical throughout the h...
Site conditions are 1/2" cement board over 1/2" plywood subfloor. Application is ceramic floor tile. I bought pre-mixed thinset at HD - again...
Site conditions are 26 year old house with drywall walls. Appear to have only two prior coats of paint, both coats appeared to be "flat" paint. ...
Hello, Can anyone advise on this usage of Monoflow Tees? I am making a change in my existing baseboard series loop hot water system. I hav...
Thanks everyone for your advice. The problem was in the attic. There were 3 high-hat lights all on this switch. And when I checked the attic, ...
Thanks for the info. The circuit was working correctly when I started. When I started, the circuit had two 3-way switches, I am adding the 4-wa...
I am trying to connect a 4-way switch to control a stairway light, but am having no luck. Here's the situation. Three switch boxes: Switch box...
Not sure if this belongs in this bb, but here goes. I have an in-ground pool. Over the past four days, the lining has started to sag. The pool...
I currently have a multi zone baseboard heating system in my house. My front entrance hallway (5'x10') is the only part of the house on slab, and ...
I'm in a NYC suburb. A freeze/thaw climate. All sidewalks and driveways are poured with 3000psi or 3500 psi concrete. Given a close friend is an...
Anyone have experience with Stampcrete. I am about to have my driveway done in it, and the contractor told me the specs are 7,000psi and 5" thick.I...
Anyone have experience with Stampcrete. I am about to have my driveway done in it, and the contractor told me the specs are 7,000psi and 5" thick....
I am helping my father deal with a water problem in his backyard. He is land locked, and his yard fills with water. He can't regrade. He lives i...
What is the name of the self leveling concrete...and where did you buy it? I have a similar problem I am dealing wiht.Thanks,Phil
I installed the Taco relay and flow check valves this weekend and it went well. Thanks for all your help.After I swapped the zone valves with the ...
Let me clarify my prior post - do the flow valves install on the input side, or output side, of the circulators?Phil
Regarding the flow check valves you recommend, do they get installed before or after the circulator pumps?Phil
I picked up the Taco circulator relay last night. Seems pretty straight forward.Just one more question....the relay shows two terminals that are m...
Thanks, the Taco circulator relay is "the goods".Just to verify the wiring, I presume it should go like this.1) Regular 110V house current to the W...