It is either the line going to the septic tank is clogged (inside or outside the house) or your drainfield has failed. You could have roots in the...
RayVinZantMember since 08/29/04
It is either a clogged pipe, or you have a pressure balancing or temperature balancing faucet that has gone bad. Temperature control faucets that...
Indeed you need to have at least 3/4 inch water lines to the water heater and away from the water heater to a bathroom group. No bathroom group sh...
Here's what I do. I start the teflon tape at the end furthest away from the front of the thread, wind towards the end that threads into the fittin...
Did they try unscrewing the cleanout cover on behind the lever and lifting out the linkage. I've never had one I couldn't get apart with a little ...
By the way, install it on the top of the outlet for the water heater. Good Luck Raymond VinZant Plumbing Prof.
You probably need to install an air water separator on your water line. Someplace along the system, it is picking up water from the well and sucki...
Here are the pros and cons. ABS is easier to work with due to its one step process. You cut it, glue it, and put it together and if you cut it sq...
If you have had chips of calcium in your water supply and you are experiencing low water pressure in your shower, but no place else in the home, yo...
Pressure gauges will have to be hooked up directly to a pipe. Going through a hose will not give you a good reading. You might need to connect wi...
You can either order one on the internet from Gerber, or you can go to a local plumbing wholesaler and purchase one direct. Raymond VinZant Plum...
You need to buy a 3/8 female iron pipe valve x 3/8 od compression supply tube. Then purchase a fluidmaster 3/8 od supply tube by 1/2 faucet. If y...
It could be possible that the shower drain is allowing sewer gas to come back into the house and the return air is drawing it back into the heating...
It really depends on your sub floor surface. If its concrete, you could probably get away with thinset to hold it in place. If its out of level, ...
I usually set tub and shower faucets to 40" (+-2" depending on the height of the family), which is just about the average persons extended hand dim...
It may be that there is a valve that is partially blocked going to the water filter and the faucet. Here's what I would do. I would remove the sh...
I have. I'm not real fond of them, but when installing plumbing there's always a situation where you need a specialty product. I prefer to use br...
It sounds to me like there is a temperature control valve someplace on either the riser or inside the faucet. You might have had some valve instal...