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A spongy floor around the toilet is a strong indication that the subfloor has absorbed water. Peel back the flooring around the fixture and you will likely discover swollen, discolored wood -- a sure sign that the subfloor needs replacing. The job is
Thanks for the response Larry. As Larry noted, I would normally run a larger line for lateral runs and then downsize the fixtures runs. In a manifold system, I believe the downsizing occurs at the manifold
General things to do to increase amount of hot water: How to increase amount of water:Maintain water heater How to maintain water heaterClean sediment out of tank Clean sediment out of tankInstall two tanks. Two water heatersInstall tempering tank to
Do you know how to clean your washing machine? This might seem like an odd question, but it’s surprising how often people don’t bother or even forget how. Scrubbing out a washing appliance can often feel a little contradictory (“How can cleaning equi
During plumbing emergencies, such as a burst pipe or another plumbing catastrophe, it is important to know where your water shut-off valves are located and how to shut them off. When you have a sewage backup or an overflowing appliance, you don’t wan
I'm in the process of installing fixtures for a shower and realized yesterday that I had made a mistake and needed to expand the opening around the single control valve. It's a Moen with an insertable cartridge. I removed some tile with a reciprocati
I have a Grundfos hot water circulator. After turning off the main to the house and the hot water circulator the other day to change out a valve for our dishwasher, the hot water circulator hasn't been working properly (making horrible noises, not se
You could just run the water for as long as you think it would take. Probably would have to run the hot until the water runs cold, then a little longer. This would basically ensure the water heater is cleared and the piping before it
by TFK Last Updated March 05, 2016 01:09 AM I've had a couple questions above the sizing of a pipe, but I'm still a little confused and can't find an easy answer. I'll use this image to get a representation of what I'm looking to have answered. Sizes
Step 4: Mounting the Drain Saddle Valve1. The drain saddle valve will fit most 2" standard plastic drain pipes. It should be installed above the trap and on the vertical or horizontal pipe under the sink drain