I agree with the reply, if the problem is strictly with the water heater I would suggest going gas and installing a gas tankless instead. They run much better in ...
JournierMember since 08/07/15
Your going to have a hard time selling those heaters, especially in NY. Everyone over here either deals with a wholesaler, or a supply house, and is not willing t...
Realistically you dont need to know what company made it. take the faucet to your local supply house and get a replacement, im sure they will be more than happy t...
From my experience low flow and pressure mean pretty much the same thing. If your trying to raise the pressure you will need to purchase a pressure pump. If you'd...
I dont see a problem with going with a 1 1/2''pipe. Personally i would go a little bigger but worst case scenario there are plenty of affordable options to clean ...
Sounds like the problem here has to do with he sump pump you are using. you may have to replace the cartridge in the pump if it doesn't catch up and do its duty.
try using gorilla epoxy, that should dot he trick. You should be able to find it in any general repair or supply store,
Im considering using PEX on my home for radiant floor heating. What are some thoughts on the subject?
Try this method, it should work. Soak a cotton rag with hydrogen peroxide. Place the wet rag on the stain and allow it to soak in the wood to bleach out the sta...