The Kitchen hose allows water to run down it and allows mold to grow that normally cannot be seem. Best bet is to pull the hose out as far as pos...
SylvanMember since 01/24/06
What project are you working on now?
Started doing new construction again,. 150 family homes for middle income. Started a new company fire suppression piping
What is your favorite tool?
Sewer and drain cleaning equpment
What's your favorite Bob Vila memory?
Seeing Bob in Connecticut in Sears.
I use chrome plated copper supplied with brass ferrule compression as even the stainless steel burst proof relies on runner for intergrity
Whoever stated the installer should have used an epoxy should be tied by a long rope attached to their neck and dragged 100 yards behind a gallopin...
I am 3rd generation roofer and also a master plumber and the BEST material for roofing should be installed by a plumber or qualified tinsmith ...
I would be very concerned about water infiltration as it could be from ground water which you may not be able to control and have a chronic condi...
Whenever a water heater is installed the connections should have been tested by the installer I would say 50% of the time there is a leak normal...
1- Back flush the H/W supply using C/W to the basin with the aerator removed 2- Disassemble the shower faucet (After shutting off the water s...
Very hard to install as the roughing has to be on the mark. Even professionals have a hard time installing pedistal sinks
I would also consider running a full 1" main and branch off to 3/4 copper to each bathroom The problem with undersizing the supply lines esp...
This looks like it could be an expensive repair . When you had your closing did you have any money left in an escrow account? Also did a home in...
Your insurance company normally does pay a claim for this type of clean up. Bleach is not a chemical one should just say "use"
If your on the Island of long and have the sewer line installed properly and NOT Orangeburg piping or clay then roots should not be a problem ...
Clevis Hangers behind every hub or every 8 feet is the normal requirement
Brass being softer then cast iron but not as brittle care has to bew taken when using a cold chisel. You maybe better off heating the CO agaion bu...
Call a licensed plumber and have her do a smoke or oil or peppermint test to make sure your venting is working properly